Freedom of expression

The dark subcontinent

DHAKA, Bangladesh

As far as radio waves go, South Asia could perhaps call itself the dark continent. This part of the planet has an almost-uniformly unenlightened policy when it comes to opening up its airwaves. Voices from Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka and Nepal....

Blocked Sites, Bush's insecurity, WSF and Bomb blasts in Pakistan

Pakistan

Internet traffic in Pakistan is very controlled as more than 90% of it is routed through Pakistan Internet Exchange (PIE).

While in Tunis...

Tunis

But I've many interesting experiences at Source: APC ICT Policy Handbook and APC Annual Report 2005.">WSIS

. For example, one evening in

Tunis I was travelling back to my hotel by bus and the lady who was sitting

next to me was talking to me in French. When I've problems explaining

things in French, she started speaking to me in English and informed me

that she used to work with a writer group in USA.

Expression under repression - at WSIS and the 'Net

cyberspace

With this excellent title Havis, an international NGO promoting the GenderIT.org and APC Internet Rights Charter">freedom of expression

organised a whole two-day event, gathering a collection of rather interesting people from all over the globe. All discussions and presentations focused on the "most extreme cases", the exercise of the freedom of communication under hostile regimes - hence the title. The Tunisian "state" in this glossary). As a general rule, "government" should not be capitalised.

Source: Wikipedia">government

has asked the organisers to change the topic of the event because they found it irrelevant to the Source: APC ICT Policy Handbook and APC Annual Report 2005.">WSIS

. AUDIO LINK

US slams Tunisia on human rights

Tunisia

The US delegation to Source: APC ICT Policy Handbook and APC Annual Report 2005.">WSIS

expressed disappointment with Tunisia's failure to secure rights of expression and assembly

Updated list of censored sites

Tunisia

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.

Reporting WSIS... the translation chain

Sarajevo, Bosnia

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.">WSIS

Blog, 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.

Roadblocks on the info superhighway

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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.

An audible victory for human rights

Tunis, Tunisia

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.">WSIS

II opening!

Guess who's on Tunis's IP black list

cyberspace

It is a well-established fact that censors in all times in history were just stupid. However, the finding that the Tunisian government feels it important to censor a Hungarian research center on avantgarde art is a surprising discovery.

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