Natasha Msonza currently manages operations within Her Zimbabwe, a non-profit women’s rights organization that uses alternative media to bring important commentary to women’s issues and facilitates women’s activism using ICTs and digital tools. Natasha holds an Honors BSc degree in Media and Society studies, and a Masters degree in Human Development. She has a background in communications that spans over eight years. In her other life, Natasha is a human rights activist, Internet governance enthusiast and volunteer digital security trainer, working with a small network of privacy advocates that provides training and technical support to activists and human rights defenders in Zimbabwe.
Latest posts by Natasha Msonza
Using a mobile phone can make it easier for citizens to create news stories that may catch the eye of policymakers helping to achieve social change.
In Zimbabwe, following the stripping of a young woman at a public bus terminus by touts, Katswe Sistahood mobilised some women activists and undertook a protest march in the city centre, to deliver a petition to the city council to do something about the menace that has become city touts towards women.