More and more women around the globe are users and consumers of the internet – but women’s voices are critically absent in shaping and defining the ways in which the internet is used. Internet Rights Are Women’s Rights aims to bridge the gap between ‘internet rights’ and ‘women’s rights’. How? By building inter-movement engagement, dialogue and an in-country network in India with key partners working on sexual rights, women’s rights and internet rights. This would mean building the capacity of rights advocates, activists and organizations in the areas of internet security, privacy and content regulation to defend gender and sexual rights online. It would also mean opening the eyes of internet rights activists to gender issues in cyberspace.