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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.

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

Dhaka, Bangladesh

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

Reflections from the IGF3: Thanks APC for making the IGF happen to me

HYDERABAD 9 December 2008 (Anupama Saxena for APCNews)

“I am leaving Hyderabad tomorrow with a longer list of friends, but I know that philosophy of connecting people goes far beyond having the added names in the list. It has a deeper philosophy: connecting people for bringing changes into their lives.” The APC Women’s Networking Support Programme (WNSP) sponsored Dr. Anupama Saxena to attend this year’s Internet Governance Forum in Hyderabad India. Throughout the event, she wrote about her thoughts on this global meeting and process from the perspective of a woman researcher from a small project in India. She now shares her thoughts and personal experience at the IGF.

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Community Radio Handbook for Good Governance and Development to be Published Soon in Bangla by BNNRC, Bangladesh

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Community Radio is going to make an important place in development field in Bangladesh.

Ten years of building progressive social movements in South Korea

BILASPUR 25 November 2008 (Anupama Saxena for APCNews)

The 1990s witnessed the exponential growth of online communication and simultaneously experienced its widespread impacts on all aspects of human activities. Worldwide progressive social movements recognised the potential of online communication and started using it as a networking tool for furthering their causes. APC member in South Korea, Jinbonet, was to see the flashpoint for their own birth in 1997, during a general strike, which “showed that computer networks could play a useful organising role across borders for each sector of the movement,” says Byoung-il of Jinbonet in an interview with APCNews to commemorate the organisation’s tenth anniversary.

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