The thing about gaming is you can’t quite explain the immersiveness of it to non-gamers. And I speak not about mindless arcade games you play to pass the time (although I think time-passing on a screen is totally legit. Play on, Candy Crushers).
Claiming governance spaces: from Gender and Internet Governance Exchange to Africa Internet Governance Forum
The Association for Progressive Communications’ Caroline Tagny interviewed Chenai Chair, a participant of the Africa Gender and Internet Governance Exchange, on her experience.
Chenai Chair is a researcher with Research ICT Africa.
On the 28 and 29 September 2015, CIPESA held its eighth Forum on Internet Freedom in East Africa.
Stand in solidarity with Azza Soliman and other women human rights defenders targeted for speaking out against injustice!
The final hearing in the trial of Azza Soliman will take place on 24 October 2015.
The inaugural cohort of the Ford-Mozilla Open Web Fellows met in New York last week for only the second time face to face.
It might be the 10th global Internet Governance Forum (IGF) happening in Brazil in November 2015, but a small country in the heart of Europe – Bosnia and Herzegovina – just joined the global internet governance landscape on 1 October 2015 with its first national IGF (”#BHIGF”:https://twitter.com/search?f=tweets&vertical=d
Internet rights are human rights: Reflections from workshops in the DRC and Kenya on violence against women
I’ve had the privilege, this past year, to travel to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Kenya to facilitate workshops based on our Internet Rights are Human Rights: Violence Against Women (VAW) online curriculum.
The Association for Progressive Communications (APC) has been honoured at this year’s Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) 2015 Pioneer Awards which took place last night (Thursday 24 September).