The nonconsensual sharing of intimate images has led states, corporations and civil society organizations to create solutions to support victims, usually women and girls, and punish offenders. In Brazil, the topic began to gain the spotlight in newspapers in 2013, when Júlia Rebeca, a 17-year-old girl in the state of Piauí, committed suicide after an intimate video of her was shared on the Internet without her consent. After this case, several reports of nonconsensual image sharing emerged.
- Explore other uses of Artificial Intelligence to combat online GBV affecting girls - Implement workshops with adolescents on how to combat online GBV and foster peer-education - Support the implementation of peer-education strategies and foster the participation of public policy managers and teachers to strengthen girls’ support networks. - Train adolescent- champions in communications skills so they can act as digital influencers among their peers to prevent and combat online GBV.
|Projected Cumulative Lives Impacted||1,500,000|
|New Implemented Countries||Brazil|
|Recruit||Project manager, IA team, 10 social educators|
EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES WOMEN