Freedom of expression
This is an update on an earlier story about Tunisian websites that are currently blocked in Tunis. Please see the list below of additional sites. Once again it is not a complete list but it is a very significant one.
Oneworld Southeast Europe team choose to contribute to the event translating some of the articles, comments, opinion coming from APC Source: APC ICT Policy Handbook and APC Annual Report 2005.">WSISBlog, in its language edition: Albanian, Macedonian and Southslavic language group. The reason is simply that we belive that what is happening in Tunis is about us.
Blogger Neila Charchour
Hachicha says these sites are being censured in Tunisia. We had no problem
in accessing them from our part of the globe... so if you can't get across
from Tunis, you know Neila is right. * Reporters sans Frontières, * Parti
Démocratique Progressiste, * human rights
site Ligue tunisienne des droits de l'Homme, * href="http://grevedelafaim.org">site of the seven political prisoners on hunger-strike since October 18, 2005, * href="http://www.plmonline.info">Parti Libéral Méditerranéen, * href="http://www.cprtunisie.com/">site of the Congress for the Republic, * href="http://www.albadil.org/">Communist Party of the Tunisian Workmen,
* online site to say "Yezzi" enough is enugh to the regime, * href="http://plmonline.blogs.com">Neila Charchour Hachicha's blog, * href="http://www.etunisie.net/">site devoted to human rights and democracy in Tunisia, * Nawaat, * href="http://www.aqlamonline.com/">Aqlamonline, * href="http://www.reveiltunisien.org">Réveil tunisien, * href="http://www.tunezine.com">Tunezine, * href="http://www.alternatives-citoyennes.sgdg.org/">Alternatives
citoyennes, * Kalimatunisie,
and * Perspectives.
It has been a crazy tiring, hectic and running-around day, so I am hoping to give a small glimpse at least before I pass out into oblivion. So, after working on this process for close to seven years, we are finally tying up the ribbons and signing on the dotted line with icing. Yes, it is Source: APC ICT Policy Handbook and APC Annual Report 2005.">WSISII opening!
Today was a day of cancellation. The GEM (Gender Evaluation Methodology) Book launch was scheduled to happen at 2:00 pm, but in a demonstration of solidarity, APC decided to withdraw and cancel all of its side events scheduled for today...
Mail and Guardian Online from South Africa is quoting APC to report on the manhandling, insulting and beating of journalists and human rights defenders at the Source: APC ICT Policy Handbook and APC Annual Report 2005.">WSIS.
Source: Wikipedia">government, private sector and civil society delegates aware of the human rights violations that have been adding up since the beginning of PrepCom3 resumed. It is also a clear showing of solidarity with all independent NGOs in Tunisia who seem to have to put up with police repression on a daily basis. Interview with Anriette Esterhuysen of the Source: APC website">Association for Progressive Communications (APC).
IFEX Action Alert Network, the International Freedom of eXpression Clearing House has come out with a statement quoting Article 19 to point to attacks on journalists and others at the Source: APC ICT Policy Handbook and APC Annual Report 2005.">WSISby the authorities. This statement is being distributed on behalf of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Civil Society's Media Caucus.
Since the official website of the Online Protest is censored as you can check for yourself here http://www.yezzi.org. I copied all pics from the protest on flickr cause I thought you might like to discover this online protest http://flickr.com/photos/yezzi/sets/1366354/.
It is a virtual online protest to say "Yezzi...Fock" which means "Enough is Enough". They just cannot say we are disturbing the public order and protesting is a constitutional right. The Keyboard Revolution is doing it's way so help us keep the Source: TechSoup Glossary and GenderIT.org">internet