South Korea: Civil war without a gun

SEOUL, South Korea

GREAT WALL 2.0: How China leads the World in web censorship

Berlin, Germany

*Just in the time for the Olympics, the Chinese government has proved itself to be a pioneer as well as a top exporter in cutting-edge online censorship methods. celebrates Document Freedom Day

MELBOURNE 26 March 2008 (Grant McHerron for

APC member releases ten years of essays, lectures, reports and articles dealing with information communication technologies for cultural development to celebrate Document Freedom Day 2008

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Alternative ICT trainers find their VOICE in Dhaka

DHAKA 26 March 2008 (Ahmed Swapan Mahmud for APCNews)

A two-day training was held by VOICE on March 18th and 19th 2008 in Dhaka on information and communication technologies (ICTs). Online media and communication such as blogs and digital photography were expored. The creation, editing, optimisation and transferral of media for the web were of prime interest to the participants from non-profit organisations.

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Internet Governance Forum (IGF) 2008

Hyderabad International Convention Center (HICC)
Date and time: 
Dec 3 2008 (All day) - Dec 6 2008 (All day)

At the first Internet Governance Forum (IGF), “access to the internet” emerged as an issue of common concern and priority to all stakeholders.

Free Media, Free Society

18 December 2007
QUEZON CITY 18 December 2007 () -


[Statement of the Foundation for Media Alternatives on the Arrest of Media Persons in relation to the Manila Peninsula incident of 29 November 2007]

Information in Khmer about women's issues becomes available on the internet

PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA 24 October 2007 (KONG Sidaroth)

The Open Institute – a Cambodian NGO – launched a Khmer language web portal on October 24 2007. It will give non-profits, the government, and other organisations working on women’s issues in Cambodia easy access to legislation and latest developments related to women’s issues.

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In Himalayan Nepal: Where language can propel FOSS

GOA, INDIA 16 October 2007 (Frederick Noronha for APCNews)

NepaLinux, an initiative to create a localised GNU/Linux distribution in the Nepali language, has been chosen as a joint-winner of the first APC Chris Nicol FOSS Prize, by an international jury. APC-member BytesForAll co-founder and journalist Frederick “FN” Noronha interviews NepaLinux’s Bal Krishna Bal, who explains the project’s relevance to FOSS local language computing solutions in Nepal, the challenges their project faced, why he carries on confidently, and his vision of the future.

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