Global dialogue: online gendered disinformation

On 25 January 2023 on the occasion of the International Day of Women in Multilateralism, UNESCO is generating a global dialogue to advance effective responses to online gendered disinformation.

  • 25 January 2023 – 10:00 am – 25 January 2023 – 6:00 pm
  • Location: UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France
  • Rooms : Room I, Salle des Actes, Room V, Room I Foyer
  • Type: Cat VIII – Symposia
  • Arrangement type: In-Person
  • Language(s): French, Spanish, English
  • Contact: gender.equality@unesco.org

The 2023 edition of UNESCO’s International Day of Women in Multilateralism will examine the pressing global issue of social media content governance to counter gendered disinformation through a global dialogue.

The results will be compiled as a set of recommendations to provide safe on-line spaces, free of gender-stereotypes, disinformation and hate speech to meaningfully contribute to the UNESCO Conference on regulating digital platforms (February 2023).

Panel 1

Multilateral action for tackling online gendered disinformation highlighting the main issues and challenges that require the development of a gender-responsive model regulatory framework for digital platforms

Panel 2

Way forward for a model regulatory framework for the digital platforms addressing key issues of transparency, content governance and moderation, context-related responses, safety and reporting tools to ensure that online spaces are safe for all women and free from gendered disinformation and gender bias while protecting freedom of expression.

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