This online comic magazine will propose a feminist and inclusive vision for the future of the internet in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Each issue will explore different aspects of this vision, such as intersectional representation in media, accessible and safe spaces for marginalized communities online, and the decolonization of digital technology in the context of the MENA region. it will also address issues related to digital security, such as online privacy, cybersecurity, and the protection of sensitive personal data.
During the fellowship we will work in phases that will lead to the output of the project being a total of 3 volumes of online comic magazine that presents a feminist and inclusive vision for the future of the internet in the MENA region.
The digital future we aspire to is one that addresses and confronts the challenges and crises facing society today. By promoting a feminist and inclusive vision, we can work towards a future that is more equitable and just for all members of the community, especially for womxn and queer folks. This includes addressing issues of social inequality and injustice, such as those related to intersectional representation, accessibility, and decolonization. It also involves prioritizing digital security in an era of increasing cyber threats and risks to online privacy.
Taking risks is a way of living for us, it’s a choice that we take every day. We do that by daring to challenge and question our realities and not taking our lives for granted and not compromising the future that we aspire for, a future that is free of any form of oppression, a future that will guarantee freedom, safety and justice for all.