ICT policy

Turkish, international activists share circumvention tactics at 2014 Internet Governance Forum

MONTREAL 20 August 2014 (MK for APCNews)

On the eve of the IGF in Istanbul, 1 September 2014, APC, Tactical Tech and Web Foundation host a dynamic, peer-learning event on censorship and circumvention, problems and solutions for internet rights.

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Join Mozilla's global teach-ins about privitisation of internet

MONTREAL 11 August 2014 (Alexandra Groome for APCNews)

Interested in learning about net neutrality and internet privatisation? Take part in a free training! Mozilla has created a toolkit to raise awareness about what “net neutrality” is, why it is important, what will happen if we lose it, and about some of the policy behind it.

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APC @ WSIS+10 High Level Event: Mike Jensen reports from Geneva

GENEVA

The final stage of the 10-year review of the World Summit on the Information Society, kicked off today June 9 in Geneva. Known as the ‘WSIS+10 High Level Event’, the ITU expects it to bring together about 2000 leaders from government, the UN, business and civil society to approve the final statement on the overall review of the implementation of the WSIS goals.

APC @ WSIS+10 High Level Event

GENEVA

The WSIS+10 High Level Event is part of the World Summit on the Information Society follow-up process.

Mapping the ICT policy environment in South Africa

JOHANNESBURG 16 May 2014 (Jane Duncan, Alan Finlay, Alexandra Groome, Alex Comninos and Anriette Esterhuysen for APCNews)

While strong constitutional guarantees exist for freedom of expression in South Africa, including internet content, the effectiveness of these guarantees has been gradually reduced by an array of laws that have progressively chipped away at internet freedom, concludes a recent report by APC.

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Mapping the ICT policy environment in South Africa

By Jane Duncan, Alan Finlay, Alexandra Groome, Alex Comninos and Anriette Esterhuysen (May 2014, APC )
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United Nations resolutions recognising human rights online

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UN General AssemblyUN General Assembly

Edited to include additional resolutions documented by Access here

What is a United Nations resolution?

United Nations resolutions are formal texts adopted by a UN body, s

APC's work at the Universal Periodic Review

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UN Human Rights CouncilUN Human Rights Council
In partnership with members and networks, APC’s Internet Rights programme advocates for the protection, promotion and respect of human rights at the national level through the Universal Periodic Review (UPR), a unique mechanism of the Human Rights Council involving a review of the human rights rec

Web We Want 2014 small grants: Apply now

JOHANNESBURG 26 March 2014 (Web We Want)

The Web We Want campaign, which supports global, national, and regional efforts to make the web universal, free, and open, has launched its second round of small grants in two categories: Rapid Response grants (open and rolling) and Web 25 Year of Action grants (deadline: 7 April 2014).

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South Africa - The ICT Policy Review: Where Is the Boldness of Vision?

South Africa

Sick and tired of too much foreign content on television and too much political meddling in the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC)? Fed up with some of the most exploitative communications costs in the world?

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