Asia/Pacific

“What is your price for the night?” – From ‘sexual strangers’ to ‘sexual citizens’ using ICTs

6 March 2013 (Shehla Rashid for Internet Democracy Project)

#EROTICSIndia was organised in Delhi recently by the Internet Democracy Project with APC and Point of View from Mumbai. During the many outstanding sessions developed during the encounter, it was clear that sexual and gender minorities are using the internet to advocate for sexual citizenship.

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Strengthening Human Rights and Public Voices through Community Radio in Bangladesh

Strengthening Human Rights and Public Voices through Community Radio in Bangladesh

AHM Bazlur Rahman-S21BR| CEO|
Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication|
ceo@bnnrc.net| 01711881647

Community media are widely recognized by governments, international development agencies, and civil society organizations alike as key agents of participatory development.

EROTICS India: Networking on regulation of sexuality and the internet

DELHI 26 February 2013 (Caroline Tagny for APCNews)

APC, in partnership with Point of View and the Internet Democracy Project, is conducting a workshop in Delhi, India, from 25 – 28 February 2013. More than 20 sexual and internet rights organisations are discussing ways to resist content regulation and increasing their knowledge of online security and privacy.

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Pakistan: The “Access Is My Right” Campaign

Pakistani Internet rights NGO Bytes for All has started an online campaign about internet filtering and online censorship.

Wireless for Communities (W4C) Programme: Connecting remotest communities of India through unlicensed wireless spectrum

DELHI 21 February 2013 (DEF for APCNews)

DEF, a member of APC, implemented Wireless for Communities (W4C) to utilise unlicensed spectrum, providing internet connectivity in the remotest regions of India and empowering community members who have formerly been deprived of accessing information.

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Red light to cybercrime law in the Philippines

11 February 2013 (FF for APCNews)

On February 5, 2013 the Philippines Supreme Court extended until further notice the temporary restraining order issued on the implementation of the controversial Republic Act 10175 or the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012. This sets a milestone for organisations and individuals advocating for internet rights.

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2nd edition Gender Policy in Community Radio Stations of Bangladesh

2nd edition Gender Policy in Community Radio Stations
of Bangladesh

http://www.scribd.com/doc/121470061/2nd-edition-Gender-Policy-in-Co…

Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC) is a national networking body working for building a democratic society based on the principles of free flow of information, equitable & affordable access to Information & Communication Technolo

Azerbaijan: Prominent blogger, journalist and human rights defenders arrested

BAKU 30 January 2013 (Human Rights House)

Just months after the Internet Governance Forum, hundreds of people have demonstrated in Azerbaijan’s capital to express solidarity with recent protests in the central town of Ismayilli and denounce heavy police brutality. Some 40 participants were detained, including prominent blogger Emin Milli, investigative journalist Khadija Ismayilova and human rights defenders.

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Instead of Cybercrime provisions, Gabriela pushes for revised law on violence against women

28 January 2013 (Jul Mar Esteban for Philippine Collegian)

Representatives of women’s party-list group Gabriela are pushing for amendments to the Anti-Violence Against Women and Children Act as an alternative to the Anti-Cybercrime Law’s provisions on “cyber” violence against women in Philippines.

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Recognition of connections between gender-based violence, poverty, and development

Cambodia

Ms. Chim Manavy, Executive Director of the Open Institute spoke about gender-based violence (GBV) and how there is a strong connection between violence against women (VAW), poverty and development.

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