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Jac SM Kee (Malaysia)

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Jac SM Kee is a feminist activist committed to transformative politics in the issues of violence against women, culture, ‘race’, identities, communications & information rights and sexualities through building capacities in gender, media, communication and digital technologies; researching emerging issues; organizing awareness and advocacy campaigns especially through creative expressions, as well as writing analytical, fictional and poetical commentaries. Jac is the Women’s Rights Advocacy Coordinator for the Association of Progressive Communications, Women’s Networking Support Programme and heads the global campaign on violence against women and ICT as well as various research and advocacy initiatives looking at sexuality, women’s rights and the internet. She is also co-founder of Knowledge & Rights with Young People through Safer Spaces (KRYSS) a regional organization that works with young people on the issue of rights through creative platforms, as well as founder of an artists and activists collective organizing around gender and civil and political rights in Malaysia. Jac has recently been invited to be on the board of Creating Resources for Empowerment and Action (CREA), an international organization based in Delhi and New York.


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