Europe

New centre to support internet freedom in the Maghreb and Mashreq

Tunis

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Supporting ICT education in Romania

Romania

Young children in school in Romania. Photo: Flore de PréneufYoung children in school in Romania. Photo: Flore de PréneufBeyond the “invisible work” of network support for the ngo.ro community, the StrawberryNet team has implemented an ICT education project for students aged eight to ten.

Supporting independent journalism to strengthen free speech and democracy in Bulgaria

Bulgaria

The BlueLink.net team builds their capacity in independent journalism. Photo: BlueLink.net.The BlueLink.net team builds their capacity in independent journalism. Photo: BlueLink.net.The decline of freedom of speech in Bulgaria is no surprise, with the country steadily receiving record low ratings within the EU from Freedom House, Reporters Without Borders and other international watchdogs.

Have you noticed the latest changes on the portal zenskaposla.ba?

Bosnia and Herzegovina

As a part of “our Take Back the Tech!

Civil society working to protect human rights online in Macedonia

Over the past few years, Macedonia has seen a backslide in democracy and human rights, including the swift enactment of a repressive new Media and Defamations laws.

Turkey violates human rights by banning Twitter

NEW YORK 21 March 2014 (APCNews)

APC expresses concern over the Turkish government’s decision to block access to Twitter in the country. We are particularly concerned in the light of Turkey being the host country of the 2014 Internet Governance Forum, a space that strives for a democratic and inclusive internet.

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Turkey violates human rights by banning Twitter

(March 2014, APC )

APC urges the Turkish government to respect international human rights standards and to immediately cease blocking, filtering and censorship of content and expression online.

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Overview of 2013 Take Back the Tech! campaign in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina

OneWorld platform for Souteast Europe and feminist website ženskaposla.ba have once again this year, (proud to say – the sixth consecutive), joined forces in Take Back the Tech! campaign.

Feminist Tech Exchange and the launch of Macedonian Platform for Mapping of Violence

Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Macedonian version of the mapirajnasilje.net platform for mapping of violence against women was launched on December 6, 2013 in Veles, under the auspices of the regional “Take Back the Tech” campaign, part of the global 16 Days of Activism Campaign.

The launch took part under the auspices of the Feminist Tech Excha

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Women are vulnerable online, but also speaking up on the internet

NY

During the last Internet Governance Forum, which took place in October in Bali, Indonesia, Analía Lavin from APCNews talked to Aida Mahmutović, from APC member Owpsee in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Owpsee is one of the national partners of APC’s project “End violence: women’s rights and safety online”.

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