In this contribution to the Third Annual Symposium of the Global Internet Governance Academic Network (GigaNet) in Hyderabad, Heike Jensen on behalf of the OpenNet Initiative Asia gender team presents the research into Internet censorship and surveillance in Asia that it conducted, explains how gender issues in Internet governance might be approached in general, and illustrate what it might mean to engender Internet governance research with the example of research into Internet censorship.

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Engendering Internet Governance Research: The Example of Censorship (2008)
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