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Contributions to the ITU Strategic Plan 2016-2019

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Global internet users demand an end to mass surveillance on “The day we fight back”

NEW YORK 11 February 2014 (APC)

Internet rights organisations, civil-society groups, authors, and internet users across six continents take to the digital streets to demand an end to mass surveillance on Tuesday, 11 February 2014.

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Global internet users demand an end to mass surveillance on “The day we fight back”

11 February 2014
NEW YORK 11 February 2014 (APC) -

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Global internet users demand an end to mass surveillance on “The day we fight back”
International community unites to protest big brother on February 11

Internet rights organisations, civil-society groups, authors, and internet users across six continents take to the digital streets to demand an end to mass surveillance on Tuesday, 11 February 20

The Day We Fought Back: Collective demands to end mass surveillance

Winnipeg, Canada

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014 was the Day We Fight Back against mass surveillance. A virtual call to arms, this global campaign intended to pressure policymakers around the world to uphold human rights and end mass surveillance.

Human rights online and ICT4D – Two sides of the same coin

CAPE TOWN

On 10 December, 2013, the Association for Progressive Communications and the Web We Want campaign hosted a workshop at the sixth annual Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for Development conference in Cape Town, South Africa.

Until recently, advocates for freedom on the internet have tended to operate in relative isolation from

In Conversation: Jennifer Radloff and Jan Moolman on technology-related violence against women

CAPE TOWN 16 January 2014 (African Gender Institute for Feminist Africa 18)

In this interview published by the African Gender Institute’s journal, Feminist Africa 18, Jennifer Radloff and Jan Moolman recount APC’s trajectory against tech-related VAW, starting in 1995 after hearing first-hand accounts of violence from women members and partners about misogynistic and violent threats.

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Shifting cultures: ICTD2013 deconstructs development with choice and play

Winnipeg, Canada

Cultural imperialism is recognised as one of the most insidious dangers of development projects, reinforcing Western values and relations of power.

Take Back the Tech! completes 2013 campaign on private and public spaces

20 December 2013 (TBTT for APCNews)

Take Back the Tech! campaign just completed a successful campaign as part of 16 Days of Activism to End Gender Violence. This year’s campaign focused on how concepts of public and private affect ICTs and violence against women. Campaigners around the world led events, created eye-catching graphics and penned useful documents.

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Legal restrictions on content are not helpful - Discussions around feminism, sexuality, technology and violence

US

APC’s Women’s Rights Programme convened a meeting on feminism, sexuality, technology and violence at Rutgers University Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights in the United States in November.

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