Asia/Pacific

Social networking - the new pressure group in India

Montevideo

My Goan colleague Frederick Noronha, a happily-married Indian man, to my surprise recently joined the Facebook group “A Consortium of Pub-going, Loose and Forward Women”.

APC’s latest annual report now available to millions in India and Pakistan

MONTEVIDEO 28 January 2009 (KAH for APCNews)

Back in 2007, when APC members and staff got together to translate and print the APC internet rights charter in twenty languages, campaigners in Asian countries in particular pointed out that information about information and communications technologies (ICT) is usually only available in English. “In Pakistan, not even the government provides basic ICT policy information in Urdu,” Bytes for All’s Shahzad Ahmad told APC. Now APC’s latest annual report is available in Urdu, a language spoken by 265 million people. Shahzad Ahmad talked to APCNews about the importance of this publication in his part of the world.

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Reclaiming ICTs to end violence against women in Cambodia

PHNOM PENH 9 January 2009 (Kong Sidaroth for Open Institute)

APC member Open Institute in Cambodia was recently involved in a forum dedicated to ending violence against women. The “Women Forums on reclaiming ICTs to end violence against women” was held on December 26th and united over 120 individuals from the government and non-profit sector. Together, they discussed the vital role of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in helping build awareness regarding violence against women.

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AMARC Asia Pacific President Ashish Sen - We need more information disseminated about availability of appropriate

Dhaka, Bangladesh

AMARC Asia Pacific President Ashish Sen –
We need more information disseminated
about availability of appropriate, low cost technology
to set up Community Radio stations

Another Type of World is Still Possible through Another Type of Communication, OF COURSE!!!

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC) is a national networking body on alternative mass media working for building a democratic society based on the principles of free flow of in

Another Type of World is Still Possible through Another Type of Communication, OF COURSE!!!

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC) is a national networking body on alternative mass media working for building a democratic society based on the principles of free flow of in

Micro-docs, native title and ICTs

KUCHING, SARAWAK 24 December 2008 (Andrew Garton for apc.au)

Video, native title and the internet provides outlet for communities affected by the development of the second of twelve dams proposed for Sarawak, the second largest state of Malaysia on the island of Borneo.

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ICT in the Election Manifesto for the 9th National Parliamentary Election 2008 of major Political Parties in Bangladesh

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Commitment related to Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the election manifesto for the 9th National Parliamentary Election 2008 of major political parties in Bangladesh

Right to Information (RTI) in Election Manifesto in Bangladesh

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Right to Information (RTI) in Election Manifesto

Community Radio Services in Election Manifesto of Awami League NINTH PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS-2008: A Charter for Change

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Awami League President Sheikh Hasina yesterday (12 December, 2008) unveiled her party’s election manifesto titled Charter for Change.

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