At this week’s National Coalition Against Domestic Violence Conference, hundreds of people gathered in Anaheim, CA, to rejuvenate, learn and network.  From the opening session, we considered what leadership in the domestic violence movement looks like.  I have the opportunity to co-lead a session with Casey Keene of VAWnet titled “Web 2.0: Using Online Technology to Advance the Movement to End Domestic Violence.”
At our workshop we were pleased to see that more and more advocates see the value of using tools such as Facebook and Twitter in their work. Check out all of the domestic violence, sexual violence and feminist organizations that I follow on Twitter.  We gave examples like Pixel Project and iHollaback.
How do you use online technology to advance the movement to end violence against women?