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SAFETY REPORT: DATA ANALYSIS ON CORE ISSUES AFFECTING GIRLS

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INTRODUCTION
The SafetyReport: Data analysis on core issues affecting safety of girls, is based on data from six countries; Zambia, Tanzania, USA, South Sudan, Namibia and Egypt.
This data has been gathered specifically for the Research Paper by SAFIGI Outreach Foundation titled 'Safety Report: Core Issues affecting Safety of Girls in the DevelopingWorld'. This paper is a combination of seven scientific research papers on themes of general safety, sexual harassment, sexual policies, LGBT, cyber security, refugees, and machismo, respectively.
The data and research is focused on bringing to light core issues affecting girls in diverse regions of the world for the purpose of creating holistic solutions workable in multi-cultural settings given the worlds' rapidly evolving culture.
This study, therefore, is necessary to understand the multifaceted concept of safety and how it applies to the female gender in diverse settings. Furthermore, we explore how safety issues affects bot…

SAFETY REPORT: CORE ISSUES AFFECTING SAFETY OF GIRLS IN DEVELOPING WORLDS

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INTRODUCTION
The 'Safety Report: Core Issuesaffecting Girls in the Developing World' is a joint research featuring findings from diverse geographic locations and cultures. There are innumerable factors making the world unsafe especially for girls, and we found it necessary to search out the cause of these vices, so as to create solutions for the root from which these problems stem. Therefore, we aim to prove that multiple vices can arise from a core issue and to at least start to resolve these vices, the source has to be addressed.
Our paper takes a gendered approach on safety issues and with each subsequent paper, we want to prove why this is important in solving safety issues for girls, which in turn improves wellbeing and livelihood for both and all genders. We base our overall theme on the Data Analysis conducted by SAFIGI (Data Analysis on Core Issues affectingGirls. 2017) in Zambia, Egypt, USA, Namibia, South Sudan, and Tanzania.



SCOPE OF RESEARCH
In the 'Safety Report…

GENDER AND ACCESS AT INTERNET GOVERNANCE FORUM

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A brief overview of Gender and Access themes during the 12th Internet Governance Forum at the United Nations of Geneva, Switzerland from 18 to 21 December 2017.
“Inequality is culturally rooted and to solve it online, we have to solve it offline…” Hadassah Louis, Founder of SAFIGI Outreach Foundation and President of Digital Grassroots, said during the Day 0 conference at the CICG in Geneva during the session on Creating a World of Inclusion in Social and Economic Opportunities for Women from Developing Countries hosted by TechWomen.Asia.



The 12th Internet Governance Forum (IGF) took place at the United Nations of Geneva (UNOG) on December 18 to 21st, 2017. The IGF is an open and inclusive forum to promote multi-stakeholder dialogue in Internet Governance. 
IGF serves as an extra-budgetary project under the United Nations under the Secretary General and was conceptualized after the World Summit on Information Society (WSIS) 2005. The first IGF forum took place in 2006, Athens.

FEMALE PART…