In 2015, APC in partnership with Article 19 will be leading the project Local Actions to Secure Internet Rights (LASIR).
The internet has been used by many across the world to discuss taboo topics, generate thoughts and reflections on (non-heteronormative) sexuality and gender, and to circumvent traditional censorship and mainstream narratives.
Originally posted at: http://www.netfreedom.pk/?p=1069
Immediate reactions from the government after Peshawar tragedy also included abolishing the moratorium on death penalty.
State propaganda and censorship not an answer to governance failures
Islamabad, December 30, 2014: Bytes For All is alarmed by the recommendations made by Pakistani parliamentary body that seeks to impose McCarthyism-style regulations on the media and Internet, in reaction to the December 16 Peshawar school attack.
On December 24, the National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Information
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10 tips for challenging internet-based gender-discrimination and online harassment against women and girls
If you know how to use the technology, you can avoid becoming a victim. Before speaking out, it is important to take your time to understand the way the internet works.
AWID and the Women Human Rights Defenders International Coalition are re-launching “Our right to safety: Women human rights defenders' holistic approach to protection”
This publication provides a reflection on the complex situations of women defenders who face threats and violations as a result of their work defending human rights.
The investigation asserts that both the violence experienced by women human rights defenders, as well as the impact that such aggressions have on their li
Bytes for All, Pakistan organized a candlelight vigil in solidarity with the global IFEX End Impunity campaign, and the #TakeBackTheTech campaign.
Over 50 civil society members and passerbys gathered to express support to the torchbearers of freedom of expression in Pakistan such as journalists and human rights defende
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.
Association for Progressive Communications (APC) members reflect on the highlights of their work and how membership has supported them.