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Access to Knowledge Global Conference

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

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Web & Multimedia Creative Director 多媒体,网络和未来媒体创意总监
Bio Born in China, Shanghai. Award-winning design specialist, artist, and leader with diverse portfolio of success spanning website, multimedia, and user interface design. Intrinsic creative talent and keen eye for quality design and document/Web site layout. Fluent in English, Chinese, and Italian.

Copyright and education in Africa: Launch of the ACA2K network

JOHANNESBURG 29 April 2008 (Asma Hassan for ACA2K)

As the global community marked World Intellectual Property Day 2008, last 26th of April, an eight-country African research network was launched with a mandate to investigate the relationship between copyright and education in African countries.

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MELBOURNE 26 March 2008 (Grant McHerron for

APC member releases ten years of essays, lectures, reports and articles dealing with information communication technologies for cultural development to celebrate Document Freedom Day 2008

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Access to Knowledge Conference (A2K3)

Date and time: 
Sep 8 2008 (All day) - Sep 10 2008 (All day)

New book on disaster communication richly illustrated

NEW DELHI, INDIA 19 February 2008 (Anupama Saxena & Malathi Subramanian for APCNews)

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All of us are aware of the biggest maritime disaster the world has known: the sinking of the ‘unsinkable’ HMS Titanic. But what many of us may not be aware of is that the wireless operators on the Titanic had, in fact, received alerts from other ships about massive icebergs in the vicinity. But the operators, overworked with transmitting private messages of the ship’s wealthy passengers, failed to pass that vital information onto the bridge.

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APC's executive director gives keynote at Web 2.0 for development conference

ROME, ITALY 26 September 2007 (Brenda Zulu)

Anriette Esterhuysen’s opener for the first "Web2fordev" conference taking place in Italy this week on video (the organisers have provided the video viewable in Internet Explorer only!).

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Open Institute featured in the International Herald Tribune: "Cambodians of post-Khmer Rouge era embrace new cultural revolution

PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA 26 September 2007 (The Associated Press)

Increasingly, young, tech-savvy Cambodians are embracing blogs. The trend is changing their lives and their communication with people abroad — even as electricity remains an unreachable dream for most households in this poverty-ridden nation of 14 million. "This is a kind of cultural revolution now happening here in terms of self-expression," said Norbert Klein, of the Open Institute, a close APC partner.

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The end of the beginning: DRC plans ambitious infrastructure development

LONDON, UK 11 September 2007 (APCNews)

Balancing Act, one of Africa’s most important ICTD online media, has picked up on a feasiblity study carried out by APC member Alternatives for an internet backbone for the Democractic Republic of Congo that featured in APCNews earlier this month. "For all the difficulties in Eastern Congo, the DRC has seen a number of recent developments that will form the beginning of a backbone development plan for the country," writes Balancing Act. "Canadian NGO Alternatives launched its extremely detailed feasibility study for a backbone plan and the Government has begun to look at some of the issues that will need to be addressed if it is to be implemented."

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APC asserts `access´ to the internet & capacity-building are key to participative internet governance

3 September 2007
LONDON 3 September 2007 (APC) -

A new watchdog report monitoring promises made by governments and the United Nations to ensure that information technology is used to benefit millions of people, was launched in Geneva on May 22.

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