|Turkey violates human rights by banning Twitter||
APC urges the Turkish government to respect international human rights standards and to immediately cease blocking, filtering and censorship of content and expression online.
|APC commends Brazil's historic step towards a Civil Rights Framework for the Internet||Mar 2014|
|Letter to co-facilitators calling for civil society input into negotiations on WSIS+10 modalities||Feb 2014|
|Contributions to the ITU Strategic Plan 2016-2019||Feb 2014||English|
|Reflections from APC on the IGF 2013 and recommendations for the IGF 2014||Feb 2014||English|
|Briefing note: Human Rights Council 25th session||
The 25th session of the Human Rights Council (HRC) will take place in Geneva from March 3rd to 28th. This note provides information on internet related human rights issues in the upcoming session of the HRC.
|Open letter by APC to the organisers of the International Conference on Global Internet Governance||Nov 2013|
|Support to the UN General Assembly draft resolution on the right to privacy in the digital age||Nov 2013|
|Open letter from the Fair Deal coalition to government representatives behind the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP)||Nov 2013|
|Response to Pakistan's submission to the 24th Human Rights Council on the importance of multi-stakeholder Internet Governance||Oct 2013||English|
|Priorities for the eighth Internet Governance Forum (IGF), Bali, Indonesia, 2013||Oct 2013||English|
|APC submission on the outcome documents of the WSIS +10 High-Level event||Oct 2013||English|
|“Miss Internet Bali” and women's participation at the Internet Governance Forum 2013||Oct 2013|
|Human Rights Council briefing note: 24th Session||
Access and the Association for Progressive Communications (APC) have prepared a short briefing on the internet related human rights items that will be addressed at Human Rights Council 24, as well as some background on the Council’s work on the internet and human rights.
|Joint statement on surveillance at the UN Human Rights Council’s 24th session||
APC, together with Access, Reporters Without Borders (RWB), the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), and Privacy International have submitted a written statement to the UN Human Rights Council’s 24th session. The statement highlights the need to bring surveillance practices in line with international human rights norms, in a manner consistent with the International principles on the application of human rights to communications surveillance, and makes specific recommendations to the HRC.
|Response from APC to the CSTD Working Group on Enhanced Cooperation questionnaire||Sep 2013||English|
|Civil Society Statement read by APC to the Human Rights Council on human rights principles applicable to communications surveillance||Sep 2013||English|
|Civil Society Statement read by APC to the Human Rights Council on Canada UPR report||Sep 2013||English|
|Recommendations from the Pre-event at the African IGF 2013 on establishing sustainable and effective multi-stakeholder participation in ICT policy processes in Africa||Sep 2013||English|
|APC statement on Bradley Manning: Guilty verdict a new low for US human rights||Aug 2013||English|