Statements & positions

Statements, positions and contributions from APC

APC’s input to the WSIS+10 review process

By APC (September 2011, APC )

APC supports the WSIS process and remains committed to participating in the processes that emerged from the WSIS with a view to improving the process, promoting the participation of civil society and monitoring implementation of areas of most interest to APC. In this spirit, APC submitted the following contribution.

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Human Rights Council: Oral statement by APC on violence against women

By Joy Liddicoat (June 2011, APC )
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APC at the Human Rights Council 17th session

By APC (May 2011, APC )
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Human Rights Council: Oral statement by APC

By APC (May 2011, APC )
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Internet rights are human rights, claims APC before the Human Rights Council

By APC (May 2011, APC )

APC calls on the Human Rights Council to treat freedom of expression online as a human rights issue.

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WikiLeaks: Human rights of whistleblowers under attack, says APC

By APC (March 2011, APC )

If we don’t consider the recent actions —particularly by the US government— against people connected to WikiLeaks as human rights violations, then a dangerous precedent is set says APC in a statement.

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Highlights from APC's contribution to implementation of WSIS goals

By APC (March 2011, APC )

The World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) was a major UN conference on information and communication technologies (ICTs) that took place in Geneva in 2003 and Tunis in 2005. These are highlights of APC’s contribution to implementation of WSIS goals. It provides an overview of our work during the last five years.

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Why should we care about internet rights? Because internet rights are human rights, says APC

By APC (February 2011, APC )

The world has witnessed in Egypt and Tunisia that when governments feel threatened not only do they censor individuals but they also try to take away the tools they use to contact and inform each other and organise. APC thinks that internet rights, such as freedom of expression and freedom of association, should not be taken from granted, and is working both globally and locally to make them a reality for all.

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