In this episode Judith talks to her best friend Iris van Wurmond, Mana Sadeghipour, a public policy professional, and Rayén Mitrovich co-founder of radical.data about how and why they track their periods.
In this episode I talk to visual artist and founder ‘not.a.period’ Chiara Nowak, Anastasia Siapka and Elisabetta Biasin, the authors of the research paper ‘Bleeding data: the case of fertility and menstruation tracking apps’.
In this episode, we dive into how companies can translate values into technology and how individuals can better equip themselves to protect their data. I talk to Iris Muis from the Data School of the University in Utrecht and Julia Krämer from the Erasmus University in Rotterdam.
This episode is a philosophical discussion about autonomy and privacy. I talk to philosophers Marjolein Lanzing (University of Amsterdam), Naomi Jacobs (University Twente), Jenneke Evers (Leiden University) and Anuj Puri(Tilburg University).
In this episode I talk to Marie Kochsiek, co-found and developer of the award winning period app Drip. I also got the chance to discuss the future of feminist digital policy and the importance of feminist creative spaces with Elisa Lindinger, one of the founders of Superrr Lab. You can read the transcript here.
This bonus episode is about localizing technology to local needs. It touches on the importance of embedding period app technology within societies or different geographic regions.
I spoke to Risper Onyango, who pointed me towards a period app called Oky, developed by UNICEF. I also got the chance to talk to Niken Lasarati, the international project manager of Oky as well as Ashley Rarieya and Mercy Nzuki, part of the team of LVC Health about localizing Oky for Kenya.