Welcome to the ninth monthly round-up of developments impacting your local access networks.
The International Youth Internship Programme offers young people the exciting opportunity to work with civil society organisations around the world. Learn more in this interview with Èva Bélanger, the internship programme manager at APC member organisation Alternatives.
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 records of all UN member states.
The 25th annual LaborFest is taking place 1-31 July in San Francisco, USA, and APC member organisation LaborNet is linking up the use of technology and communication from Silicon Valley to San Francisco and how this is affecting working people in a series of forum's at this year's event.
Would you like to participate in an international internship with one of Alternatives’ partners? APC and its members in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cameroon, Colombia, Costa Rica, the Philippines and Uganda have exciting internship opportunities waiting for you!
"Facebook: a threat and an opportunity" is the name of the latest instalment of May First/People Link's audio interviews and discussions, as part of the Need to Know project.
Welcome to the fifth monthly round-up of developments impacting your local access networks.
Are you passionate about human rights and social justice? Do you believe that the policy and regulatory decisions made about the internet today will shape the future of the world we live in? APC has an exciting opening for an intern to join its global policy and advocacy work. Apply by 4 May 2018.
Mark Graham is the Director of the Wayback Machine and co-founder of APC.org
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