Access to information

Advisory Council Approves Right to Information Ordinance,2008 in Bangladesh

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Advisory Council Approves Right to Information Ordinance,2008

Dhaka, Sept 20

Freedom of access to information in South Asia

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Freedom of access to information in South Asia
Muhammad Zamir

Community Radio Initiators Ready to Run the Stations Soon in Bangladesh

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC) along with other like-minded organizations has been conducting advocacy with the Government for community radio in Bangladesh since its ince

We invite you to join Community Radio initiative in Bangladesh

Dhaka

Community Radio has a very special place in BNNRC’s intervention.

Software Freedom Day 2008

YAOUNDE 5 August 2008 (Avis Momeni for APCNews)

PROTEGE QV will join the rest of the world over to celebrate the Software Freedom Day 2008 taking place on September 20 2008. The innovation in this year’s free and open source software activities in Yaounde, Cameroon, is that they will be help in an open air setting.

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Defining the commons

SAPPORO 31 July 2008 (Andrew Garton for APCNews)

CC licenseCC licenseClick here to watch the Identifying the Information Commons sampler from Day 01 and that of Day 02 of the iCommons iSummit. The excerpt was produced and put together by APC.au’s Andrew Garton. APC’s Australian member ison the ground in Japan to offer the world a glimpse of what the iSummit 08 is about and to produce the joint APC and iCommons micro-documentary, Nailing the Commons. The composer, producer and media artist participated in the do-it-yourself video and Asia Commons tracks in Sapporo and along with and BlueLink’s Pavel Antonov, interviewed a cross-section of participants. Here is a selection of “report backs on the Asia Commons…”:http://www.apc.org/en/blog/freedom/all/diy-video-and-asia-commons

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Sapporo's open and free side

SAPPORO 29 July 2008 (FD for APCNews)

iSummit 08 PosteriSummit 08 PosterOn July 29, free thinkers and open culture activists from around the world gathered on Hokkaidō island, Japan. What is so free and open about this venue, traditionally inhabited by the Ainu People? The fourth edition of the global ICommons ISummit, reply those converging on the island’s city, Sapporo. The summit is set to “grow the commons” until August 1 and beyond, as participants – among them APC members and staff – will advocate for open content, open education, do-it-yourself video, and academic research on free culture.
>>Read Natalie Brown’s blog post on linguistic diversity at iSummit 08
>>Watch Andrew Garton’s in-the-field video, asking the question, what is the commons?

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Media piracy: Approaching IP from the South

JOHANNESBURG 21 July 2008 (Natalie Brown for APCNews)

As new copyright laws attempt to keep pace with the shifting landscape of digital cultural production, legal restrictions on media use and distribution are being championed by heavyweights in the global media industry. This has led to the web of restrictions on media consumption becoming denser. Civil society network APC hopes to re-shape the discourse surrounding piracy by providing a thoroughly researched, credible alternative to the industry’s data.

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Access to Knowledge Global Conference

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Venue: TBA
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Sep 8 2008 - 9:00am - Sep 10 2008 - 5:00pm

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