Statements & positions

Statements, positions and contributions from APC

Pushing and prodding, goading and hand-holding

(February 2006, )

Reflection from the Association for Progressive Communications (APC) at the conclusion of the World Summit on the Information Society.

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APC's reflections- Multi-stakeholder participation and ICT policy processes (2005)

By Anriette Esterhuysen (April 2005, )
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Malaysian government must respect freedom of expression during Bersih 4.0 protests

By Access, Article 19, APC, HRW (August 2015, APC )
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The government of Bangladesh must ensure freedom of expression online, prevent arbitrary killings

By APC and Bytes for All, Pakistan (August 2015, APC )
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Call to Malaysian government: End threats to press freedom and freedom of expression online

By APC and Persatuan Kesedaran Komuniti Selangor (EMPOWER) (August 2015, APC )
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APC's Input for the WSIS+10 non-paper

By APC (August 2015, APC )

Much progress been made on the vision of the people-centred, inclusive and development-oriented Information Society in the ten years since the WSIS. However, many challenges lie ahead, from adopting a sustainable development approach to advancing gender equality.

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Draft Provisions for Amendment of the South African Copyright Act of 1978

By Andrew Rens, Emilar Vushe, Anriette Esterhuysen (March 2015, APC )
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APC welcomes appointment of UN Special Rapporteur on the right to privacy

By APC (July 2015, APC )

APC welcomes the appointment of Mr. Joseph Cannataci as the first United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right to Privacy, which was announced on 3 July. Cannataci’s appointment is a historic step to address the right to privacy at the global level.

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Brief on APC's submission to the UN Special Rapporteur's report on whistleblowing and protection of sources

By APC (July 2015, APC )

The courageous actions of whistleblowers defend human rights, save lives and billions of dollars in public funds, and contribute to making governments more transparent and companies more accountable.

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