Women's Safety Hub


Our commitment to women’s safety is longstanding. With the help of women’s safety experts, we’ve developed strong policies to protect users from online abuse and tools to control your online experience. We have sophisticated technology to combat the sharing of non-consensual intimate images, and we have developed a variety of resources to help ensure all women feel safe using our platform.

To build on this work, we established a specific group of women’s safety advisors after years of working with over 200 organizations and experts across the world. These experts are distinguished in their fields and have contributed a tremendous amount to furthering the safety of women both on- and off-line. We've worked with them on an ongoing basis in the past and are excited to put in place regular quarterly meetings dedicated specifically to advancing the safety of women online.

Over time, we'll include new experts from additional countries so we continue to hear from diverse voices. We look forward to working with our Global Women’s Safety Expert Advisors in the months and years to come to keep Facebook a safe place for women.

Women’s Safety Expert Advisors 2021:
  • Asher Flynn, Monash University (Australia)
  • Enrica Duncan, NOSSAS / Mapa do Acolhimento (Brazil)
  • Lisa Moore, The Women's Foundation (Hong Kong)
  • Bishakha Datta, Point of View (India)
  • Jyoti Vadehra, Centre for Social Research (India)
  • Tunggal Pawestri, Yayasan Hivos (Indonesia)
  • Caitríona Gleeson, Women for Election (Ireland)
  • Margarita Guillé Tamayo, Interamerican Network of Women Shelters (Mexico)
  • Stephanie Willman Bordat, MRA Mobilising for Rights Associates (Morocco)
  • Mariane Dorothy Rosario, Youth Activist (Philippines)
  • Dr. Ji-yeon Lee, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (Korea)
  • Neema Iyer, Pollicy (Uganda)
  • Erica Olsen, National Network to End Domestic Violence (US)
  • Kalliopi Mingeirou, UN Women (Global)