access to information
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Source: APC Internet Rights Charter
Internet freedom, according to the Forum on Internet Freedom in Africa (FIFAfrica) 2016, means access to any kind of information through the internet. Free flow of information. Nothing should hinder your access.
Participatory development with a people-centric vision can make an effective promotion of community radios in Bangladesh. Aiming to achieve this objective —- a daylong Annual Planning and Review Meeting of Community Radio in Bangladesh was held on 30th April, 2013 at 10 am in IDB Auditorium, Dhaka.
Strengthening Human Rights and Public Voices through Community Radio in Bangladesh
AHM Bazlur Rahman-S21BR| CEO|
Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication|
Community media are widely recognized by governments, international development agencies, and civil society organizations alike as key agents of participatory development.
Two public libraries have won the EIFL Public Library Innovation Programme (EIFL-PLIP) award for contribution to community health.
rights protection in Indian cyberspace is an
liberties in India and technological revolution
sharing an adverse relationship in India. The more technology India
is using the greater are civil liberties violations in India.
EIFL’s Public Library Innovation Programme (EIFL-PLIP) has launched its first innovation award call – for libraries offering services that use ICT to improve economic wellbeing of the community.
In recent months we have seen the notion of “Internet as a Human right” become quite controversial.
On the one hand we see folk like Vint Cerf, co-inventor of the Internet Protocol maintain that “technology is an enabler of rights, not a right itself”.
Calling for a paradigm shift of ICT policies in Africa for growth to the next level
In Nov 2005, Africa proudly hosted the second and final phase of WSIS in Tunis and latched itself among the community of nations to usher the emerging information society into Africa. For Africa, the ambitious commitment like other continents called for among others ….
Far too many developing countries, especially those located in sub-Sahara Africa, have failed to leverage ICTs for effective national development. Numerous national ICT policies have been developed, often with the help of very costly international consultants, and yet the results remain disappointing. Could this be due to a failure in ICT policy focus?