Statements & positions

Statements, positions and contributions from APC

Joint letter on internet shutdown in Uganda

By Access Now, et al. (February 2016, )

On the morning of national elections, February 18, Ugandan internet users were blocked from using Twitter, Facebook, and other communications platforms. The shutdown remained in place until the afternoon of Sunday, February 21. Kampala-based APC member CIPESA along with Access Now and other civil society groups around the world called for renewed respect for human rights in the wake of this violation.

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Joint written statement to the UN Human Rights Council on the impact of religion on freedom of expression and women's rights online

By APC and Byes for All, Pakistan (February 2016, APC )

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Joint statement on initiatives to "counter and prevent violent extremism”

(February 2016, APC )

This joint written submission raises serious concerns regarding the potential impact of initiatives to counter
and “prevent violent extremism” on the enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms.

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Call for clarity on terms of lifting of YouTube ban in Pakistan

By Bytes for All Pakistan and APC (January 2016, APC )

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Open letter to the leaders of the world’s governments on security for all

(January 2016, APC )

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Open Letter to Blackberry regarding Pakistan's push for backdoor access and its new cybercrime bill

(December 2015, APC )
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Latin American organisations demand guarantees for the right to freedom of expression

(December 2015, APC )

Organisations defending and promoting the right to freedom of expression in Latin America, deeply concerned at the extent of media concentration in the Latin American region, issue the following declaration.

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APC member Avri Doria at WSIS+10 High Level Meeting

By Avri Doria (December 2015, APC )
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Open letter to the Nigerian Senate on the Frivolous Petitions Prohibition Bill (aka “Social Media” Bill)

(December 2015, APC )

We are a coalition of Nigerian, African, and international organisations writing to you about the proposed Frivolous Petitions (Prohibitions, etc) Bill that has provisions for social media regulation.

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