Caitlin McGrane

Caitlin McGrane is a feminist researcher and activist. Her doctoral research investigates the gendered uses, practices and impacts of locative media. She hopes this work will influence policy-makers to ensure feminist principles are incorporated in data regulation principles in Australia. She has worked on projects with the Victorian Trades Hall Council Women’s Team building an online resource to supplement their Gender-Based Violence in the Workplace training package, and also lead Gender Equity Victoria’s ‘Online Active Bystander’ project encouraging social media users to play a more active role in providing support to the targets of online harassment.

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