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WOUGNET set to launch GISWatch report from a gender perspective

Uganda

WOUGNET will be launching her national report on communications surveillance in the digital age with a gender perspective as part of the National Global Society Information watch 2014.

On being an ISP in Japan

Barcelona

Association for Progressive Communications (APC) members reflect on the highlights of their work and how membership has supported them.

Communications policy in the US from May First/People Link

Barcelona

Association for Progressive Communications (APC) members reflect on the highlights of their work and how membership has supported them.

Arturo Bregaglio from Association Trinidad

Barcelona

Association for Progressive Communications (APC) members reflect on the highlights of their work and how membership has supported them.

Join today IGNITE: Women Fueling Science and Technology campaign to end the gender gap in technology

New York

Join us and add your voice to Global Fund for Women’s online petition, co-presented with UN Women, calling for governments and the United Nations to take action to end the gender gap in technology to advance women’s rights.

What's the point of the revolution if we can't tweet? Women Human Rights Defenders speak out

San Francisco

From the recent arrest of a Bahraini women’s rights activist over the content of her tweets to the threats made against Emma Watson after her speech to the United Nations, women who speak out for equality and justice too often face backlash and threats.

Syrian activist and blogger Razan Ghazzawi and Lebanese activist, blogger and APC’s EROTICS project coordinator Nadine Moawad were joined by Ka

Reflections on IGF 2014: Theresa Tafida, Fantsuam Foundation, Nigeria

Kafanchan

Photo: Theresa TafidaPhoto: Theresa Tafida

Being part of IGF 2014 has been a unique opportunity for my personal and professional development.

Reflections on IGF 2014: Ariel Barbosa, Colnodo, Colombia

Bogotá

Photo: Ariel BarbosaPhoto: Ariel Barbosa

This year’s IGF in Istanbul drew more than 1,600 foreign participants and around 700 local participants, as well as a high number of government representatives from Turkey and other countries, including Colombia, with a delegation headed by the minister of ICT and the director of the communications

Inclusive crowdsourcing for internet freedom

Quezon City

_The following is a slightly edited version of Nica Dumlao’s contribution as one of the panellists at Workshop 157 entitled "Crowdsourcing a Magna Carta for the Web We Want", held during the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) 2014 in Istanbul, Turkey on 4 September 2014.

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