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Communicating research for influence: Strategies and challenges for bringing about change

By APC (September 2012, APC )

We designed this manual based on our success stories and challenges in communicating research for influence. We translated our knowledge and expertise into tips that other organisations or campaigners may find useful.

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How the internet impacts human rights

MONTREAL 28 August 2012 (FD for APCNews)

Human rights play out differently on the streets than on the internet. This has been true for years, but today in age, not only are ‘internet rights’ are being promoted — they are also being violated at an astounding speed. David Souter has investigated the internet’s impacts on human rights. Also check out our infographic of his comprehensive research.

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APC calls on ICANN to prioritise human rights when deciding on new top-level domain names

28 August 2012
MONTREAL 28 August 2012 (APC) -

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The Association for Progressive Communications calls on ICANN to prioritise human rights when deciding on new top-level domain names

MONTREAL, 29 August 2012 – The Association for Progressive Communications, an international network and nonprofit specialised in human rights and the internet, joins the Non Commercial Users Constit

New guidebook helps tech users develop more environmentally friendly practices

27 August 2012
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APC has recently published a new guide for the everyday computer user on how to make more ecological choices when using technology.

New tip sheets help users "green" their use of technology

LONDON 20 August 2012 (GreenNet for APCNews)

GreenNet has compiled a series 5 at-a-glance tip sheets to help everyday users and IT professionals use computers in a more sustainable way. Each sheet focuses on a different issue, like purchasing or disposing electronics, and more. We hope you’ll find them useful.

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2011 in review: APC Annual Report

JOHANNESBURG 14 August 2012 (APC for APC)

APC’s work in 2011 was flavoured with many new challenges. Huge political shifts around the world brought new meaning to our work and placed internet rights and its various forms at the centre of it. Join us, as we review the challenges and successes we faced throughout the year.

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APC Annual Report 2011

By APC (August 2012, APC )

APC takes stock of our work in 2011 – the challenges and successes – in a year where huge political shifts occurred around the world. The APC Annual Report for 2011 is now available for download, with print to follow suit, shortly.

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Moving beyond the tool: ICTs in the sustainable development discussion at Rio+20

By Shawna Finnegan and Lisa Cyr (August 2012, International Institute for Sustainable Development )

Though Rio has a long history with ICTs, dating back to the original Earth Summit in 1990 when APC set up “communications centres” for the UN, there was very little reflection at the summit 20 years later. APC’s Shawna Finnegan and Lisa Cyr report on their observations at the conference.

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Freedom of peaceful assembly and freedom of association and the internet

By Alex Comninos (June 2012, APC )

Demonstrations in the middle-east and student protests in Chile or Quebec have shown that the internet can augment the capacity of citizens to form associations and organise protests. Campaigning through websites, microblogging and other uses of technology help increase the membership and reach of associations, provide powerful ways to organise peaceful assemblies online and on the streets. This issue paper by Alex Comninos sheds a new light on how the internet impacts the exercise of the right to freedom of association and freedom of assembly.

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Connect Your Rights! New and upcoming challenges

26 July 2012 (Joy Liddicoat for www.derechoshumanoseninternet.org )

In the past months many liberal democracies, such as the USA and the United Kingdom, have adopted repressive measures and made clear attempts to the free and democratic participation of people online. In parallel, activists all around the world are using the internet and social networks to denounce these rights abuses and work together to create more just and efficient legislations.

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