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Wireless training at AMARC 9

Amman, Jordan

A conference of the Association of Community Radio Producers AMARC is currently taking place in Amman. A small APC team is there and, besides other types of involvement, we are organizing a workshop on Style information: N/a

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, with the focuse on wireless networks usage by community radios.

Ten radio and television stations suspended in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Amman, Jordan

Delegates to the Amarc9 conference in Amman, Jordan supported the condemnation of the broadcast suspensions in the DRC. Over 150 delegates signed the petition.

Telling our Stories

Amman, Jordan

Did you know that the bagpipes are used in traditional Jordanian music?

Media, Freedom and Social Justice - the opening of Amarc9

Amman, Jordan

At the opening plenary of Amarc9, Steve Buckley, President of AMARC introduced the theme of Voices of the world, freedom of the airwaves.

Statement from AMARC 9 conference

Amman, Jordan

This statemen was issued at the end of the Middle East and North Africa regional day during the Amarc9 conference held in Amman - 11 November 2006.

Amplifying women's voices - we need to turn up the sound

Amman, Jordan

Mavic Cabrera-Balleza from IWTC opened the second day of the AMARC conference which focuses on amplifying women's voices for gender equality...with the good news coming first.

Mixed assessment of C4D congress

WINTERTHUR, Switzerland

At the end of October 2006 the first 'World congress on communication for development' took place in Rome. Its aim was to discuss the value of 'communication for development' and to give this issue more priority in development cooperation. Although it is always helpful to network and to see many interesting people, my assessment of the congress is still rather mixed. Let me share one or two major critical points with you.

IGF - UN innovation or just another conference ?

ATHENS, Greece

Looking at the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) is a forum for multi-stakeholder policy dialogue on how the internet is run. It was set up at the end of 2005 by the United Nations Secretary-General following a resolution made by governments at the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS).

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the interesting point is to which extent the IGF may advance the protection
and promotion of human rights such as "African journalists trained in how to communicate securely online" (APCNews and Toni Eliasz, 30 September 2004), Take Back the Tech! and APC Internet Rights Charter">privacy

, GenderIT.org and APC Internet Rights Charter">freedom of expression

, access
to information etc. in the digital world.
Full editorial on European Digital Rights: http://www.edri.org/edrigram/number4.21/enditorial

The right to share

BERLIN, Germany

Watch APC executive director Anriette Esterhuysen making the case for the "right to share" at the first Internet Governance Forum in Athens on November 2 2006. The right to share is a centrepiece of APC's groundbreaking and fully revamped Internet Rights Charter. This new right is advanced in a context of increasing privatisation of content on the net. "Sharing, openness is absolutely essential," says Esterhuysen in this 1:02 minute video streamed on YouTube and recorded by IPJustice. For the full Source: APC ">APC Internet Rights Charter

, please visit: http://rights.apc.org/charter.shtml
Watch short video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-8QQHvP7Tc&mode=related&search=

Open source Campaign in Schools of Nepal

Kathmandu

In the present context of Nepal, excluding the "state" in this glossary). As a general rule, "government" should not be capitalised.

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offices and huge financial institutions, more than 90% of the PC’s run pirated version of Microsoft Windows. Despite the persuasion and the creation of awareness, as long as the piracy continues it will always be difficult for the users to switch to Open Source alternatives such as Linux. The major reasons behind it are the cost and the vendor lock.

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