Research From Our Allies
As our movement expands, #ShePersisted is building a global community of international and domestic organizations, parliamentarians, regulators, and civil society groups to better understand the extent of the abuse that women politicians face online and develop strategies to respond effectively. To learn more about the threat of gendered disinformation, read research from our key allies below.
Big Tech Accountability:
- Deplatforming misogyny: Report on platform liability for technology-facilitated gender-based violence
- Social listening analysis of online gender disinformation
- Engendering hate: The contours of state-aligned gendered disinformation online
- Maria Ressa: Fighting an onslaught of online violence
- Malign creativity: How gender, sex, and lies are weaponized against women online
- How is political violence gendered? Disentangling motives, forms, and impacts
- Violence against women in politics
- Online gendered hate speech targets women in civic spaces
- Facts and their discontents: A research agenda for disinformation, race, and gender
- Access to social media data for public interest research: Lessons learnt & recommendations for strengthening initiatives in the EU and beyond
Responding to Online Abuse
The research included below was conducted by university and postgraduate students, the next generation of researchers and leaders on gendered disinformation and online harms facing women in public life.