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Job opportunity: Global Information Society Watch Coordinator

11 November 2013 (APC)

APC invites applications for a staff coordinator position for Global Information Society Watch (GISWatch), the premier information platform for civil society perspectives on the state of the Information Society on global, regional and national levels. The successful candidate will be responsible for the overall coordination of the GISWatch initiative.

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The internet and corruption: Inhibitor or enabler to a fair society?

CALGARY 30 January 2013 (LC for APCNews)

While hidden cameras can document and flag human rights abuses by authoritarian governments, these same videos can then be used to identify dissidents who are later detained and tortured, explains David Sasaki in his introduction to this year’s Global Information Society Watch, which focuses on transparency and accountability online.

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2012 GISWatch on “the internet and corruption” launched during the IGF

PERGAMINO 16 November 2012 (Flavia Fascendini for APCNews)

APC and Hivos launched the 2012 edition of the Global Information Society Watch during the second day of the Internet Governance Forum that took place in Baku, Azerbaijan, in a joint presentation with the International Institute for Sustainable Development and the Internet & Society Co:llaboratory.

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APC and Hivos launch 2012 GISWatch on “the internet and corruption” during this year's IGF

5 November 2012 (Flavia Fascendini for APCNews)

On 7 November 2012, on the second day of the IGF, APC and Hivos will launch the 2012 edition of the Global Information Society Watch, which focuses on the internet and corruption. The launch will take place in Room 9 of the Baku Expo Centre, Baku, Azerbaijan, at 12:30 local time.

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Trends and action steps on internet rights: GISWatch special edition 2

JOHANNESBURG 30 October 2012 (APC for APCNews)

This second special edition is a follow-up to the 2011 Global Information Society Watch publication. It specifically maps themes and trends that emerged in the 2011 edition, and also follows up on the action steps suggested in the country reports to see how relevant they still are one year later. The publication is available for download.

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GISWatch 2011 Special Edition 2

By Various (October 2012, APC/Hivos )

This publication is a follow-up to the 2011 edition of Global Information Society Watch (GISWatch), an annual report that offers a civil society perspective on critical emerging issues in information societies worldwide. The theme for GISWatch 2011 was internet rights and democratisation, with a focus on freedom of expression and association online.

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Update on internet rights: Special GISWatch 2011 edition

MONTREAL 16 October 2012 (Mallory Knodel for APCNews)

This special edition of Global Information Society Watch 2011, “Internet rights and democratisation: focus on freedom of expression and association online” features updates from six countries on the state of internet rights and an introduction from the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Jillian York.

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Focus on internet and human rights in South Africa: Interview with Jane Duncan

JOHANNESBURG 11 October 2012 (Alan Finlay for APCNews)

“South Africa has adopted some of the more problematic elements of the new post-9/11 surveillance regime, many of which have been authored in supposedly liberal democracies, while failing to incorporate key safeguards that may have been incorporated in these democracies,” says Jane Duncan in an interview for the forthcoming Global Information Society Watch.

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Focus on internet and human rights in Saudi Arabia: Interview with Rafid Fatani

JOHANNESBURG 11 October 2012 (Alan Finlay for APCNews)

“Unfortunately I hold a pessimistic view with regards to content regulation in Saudi Arabia. That said, I think a good starting point is demanding more transparency with regards to blocked content,” says Rafid Fatani in an interview related to a forthcoming report he wrote for the Global Information Society Watch (GISWatch 2011 Update I).

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