A repository:

2017/2018 Book

The Beautiful Warriors, Technofeminist Praxis in the Twenty-First Century, a book edited by Cornelia Sollfrank, German: Die schönen Kriegerinnen, Technofeministische Praxis im 21. Jahrhundert  in epub and PDF and English translation 

Contribution: The Feminist Principles of the Internet or the personal_collective story of imagining and making #feministinternet (pp. 73 – 82 + FPIs)2016 – 2020 Berliner Gazette Annual Conferences

2020 – SILENT WORKS (held remotely)
What if Invisibilized Workers Reclaimed the Future? speculative future story script
This project was conceived at the Berliner Gazette’s annual conference 2020 entitled SILENT WORKS

Workshop Mutant Citizenship and some reflection:This project was conceived at the Berliner Gazette’s annual conference 2020 entitled FRIENDLY FIRE


Infrastructure of Mobility – Drone War, Care Culture and Mobility a digital map exploring the infrastructure.

The workshop took place at the TACIT FUTURES conference hosted by Berliner Gazette in 2016, later in 2017 the map was reproduced and a collaborative article co-written: Drone War, Care Culture and Mobility an interactive map and Infrastructures of Dis/Connection: Of Drones, Migration, and Digital Care  collaborative article published on Imagination, journal of Cross-Cultural Image studies

Light, Evan et al. “Infrastructures of Dis/Connection: Of Drones, Migration, and Digital Care.” Imaginations 8:2 (2017): Web (2021) pp.56-63. DOI: 10.17742/IMAGE.LD.8.2.6

Gender and Tech Resources

Tactical Technology Collective September 2015
The wiki was created by the Tactical Technology Collective in collaboration with the participants to the Gender and Technology Institute (GTI) held on December 2014, and to other 2015 activities and trainings related to the program “Securing Online and Offline Freedoms for Women: Expression, Privacy and Digital Inclusion”.
A feminist internet and its reflection on privacy, security, policy and violence against women

Global Information Society Watch

The Global Information Society Watch (GISWatch) is a space for collaborative monitoring of implementation of international (and national) commitments made by governments towards the creation of an inclusive information society. The Global Information Society Watch is a joint initiative of the Association for Progressive Communications (APC) and the Humanist Institute for Development Cooperation (Hivos).

2016 – Economic, Social and Cultural rights (ESCRs) and the internet

2015 – Sexual rights and the internet
Albania Country Report Coming out online in Albania by Vasilika Laçi, and valentina pellizzer
Bosnia Herzegovina Country Report Between freedom and loneliness: The two sides of the internet by Azra Causevic and valentina pellizzer
Macedonia Country Report Naked under the eye of the internet: no privacy for macedonians by LaGartata, and valentina pellizzer
Montenegro Country Report The push for mainstream conformity by Vanja Gagovic and valentina pellizzer

2014 – Communications surveillance in the digital age
The continuum of surveillance in Bosnia and Herzegovina (co-author Aida Mahmutovic)

2012 – The internet and corruption
Western Balkans, regional report – The collective memory of the undone and the damage

2011 – Internet rights and democratization
Is online media an ally for social justice? Trapped between hate and inflammatory speech

2010 – ICTs and Environmental Sustainability
Bosnia Herzegovina Country Report

2009 – Access to Online Information and Knowledge
Bosnia Herzegovina Country Report (co-author Amila Akagic)

2008 – Access to Infrastructure
Bosnia Herzegovina Country Report

2007 – Participation
Bosnia Herzegovina Country Report

European Social Watch Report 2010 – Time for Action Responding to Poverty, Social Exclusion and Inequality in Europe and Beyond

This edition of the European Social Watch report examines social exclusion in Europe from different angles, including employment, healthcare, housing and financial exclusion. It also analyses the reality for groups of people that are particularly vulnerable to poverty and social exclusion, such as migrants and the Roma. Special attention is given to the gender dimension of poverty, as well as the age dimension; the report finds that young people and the elderly are especially vulnerable to social exclusion.
Country Report Bosnia Herzegovina – Social Exclusion in Bosnia and Herzegovina

European Social Watch Report 2009 – Migrants in Europe as development actors

Migration was chosen as the theme of the first European Social Watch report in recognition of its major internal and external implications for Europe. The initiative to produce a European Social Watch report was born out of the desire to strengthen a common European identity for the many Social Watch coalitions in European countries, while addressing an issue of global consequences.
Migration: the case of Bosnia Herzegovina