Out of sight, Out of mind …Out of existence!

What if 1978’ world cup, held in Argentina, weren’t broadcasted on international televisions? What if the Madres de Plaza de Mayo didn’t carry signs with photos of their children, protested and cried in front of these TV cameras to ask help from the international community in order to stop the injustice and the oppression that they were enduring under the dictatorship of their government? Continue reading “Out of sight, Out of mind …Out of existence!”

Six ways to make your social media campaigns more accessible for people with disabilities

This blog post will help you think of ways you can make your social media campaigns more accessible for people with disabilities. Continue reading “Six ways to make your social media campaigns more accessible for people with disabilities”

The Gendered Gaze / Sight as Objectification

On the surface, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram can be seen as new ways to express oneself, engage in debate, share one’s views and to, in a certain sense, engage in democracy. Nevertheless, even technology comes imbedded with its cultural bias and social norms. It follows that minorities such as women, people of colour, LGBTQI+ and people living with disabilities are those most excluded out of the topic of debates and of the act of debating. Continue reading “The Gendered Gaze / Sight as Objectification”