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APC members in 2016: Natasha Msonza
APC members in 2016: Natasha Msonza 02 November 2017 Natasha Msonza

APC opened up membership to individual members in 2012, and was joined by seven that first year. By December 2016, there were 27 individual members in the APC network, from 24 countries on six continents. This year, we decided to launch a new section in the APC Annual Report to learn more about, and from, our individual members. We asked them two questions. This is what digital rights defender and trainer Natasha Msonza responded: What was your main “discovery” in the field...

APC members in 2016: Recommendations for more effective civil society representation in state bodies
APC members in 2016: Recommendations for more effective civil society representation in state bodies 26 October 2017 BlueLink Foundation

This member story was featured in the 2016 APC Annual Report, as part of our work on governance. “Participation for Nature: Representation of environmental civil society organisations in councils and other state bodies and local authorities”, a research report by BlueLink.net’s executive editor Pavel Antonov and environmental expert Toma Belev, was released in February 2016. The report examined 181 mechanisms for civil society participation in Bulgaria, focusing on 24 state institu...

APC members in 2016: First Kenya School of Internet Governance
APC members in 2016: First Kenya School of Internet Governance 26 October 2017 Kenya ICT Action Network 

This member story was featured in the 2016 APC Annual Report, as part of our work on governance. With support from Facebook and Hivos East Africa, the Kenya ICT Action Network (KICTANet) held the first Kenya School of Internet Governance (KeSIG) in November 2016. The school aimed at bringing new voices into ICT policy dialogues. After convening the Kenya Internet Governance Forum in 2...

APC members in 2016: Pushing the agenda for digital inclusion of women
APC members in 2016: Pushing the agenda for digital inclusion of women 26 October 2017 Centre for Information Technology and Development 

This member story was featured in the 2016 APC Annual Report, as part of our work on a feminist internet. Women in Nigeria are digitally marginalised, especially in the northern part of the country where culture, religion and low female educational levels have combined to shut out women and girls from the internet. As part of the effort to overcome this, the Centre for Information Technolo...

APC members in 2016: Third edition of Latin America in a Glimpse
APC members in 2016: Third edition of Latin America in a Glimpse 26 October 2017 Derechos Digitales

This member story was featured in the 2016 APC Annual Report, as part of our work on rights. In December 2016, for the third consecutive year, Derechos Digitales joined with Coding Rights, IFEX and APC to launch Latin America in a Glimpse, a summary of the most relevant developments with regard to human rights and the internet in Latin America during the previous year. Once again...

APC members in 2016: Supporting the digital rights movement in Myanmar
APC members in 2016: Supporting the digital rights movement in Myanmar 26 October 2017 Engage Media

This member story was featured in the 2016 APC Annual Report, as part of our work on rights. Amidst troubling trends in relation to digital rights and internet freedoms in Myanmar in 2016, EngageMedia partnered with Phandeeyar, MIDO and the Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business to host the first Myanmar Digital Rights Forum (MDRF). With over 90 participants, the MDRF provided a plat...

APC members in 2016: Internet rights in Argentina
APC members in 2016: Internet rights in Argentina 26 October 2017 Nodo TAU

This member story was featured in the 2016 APC Annual Report, as part of our work on rights. During 2016, and with the support of an APC small grant, Nodo TAU carried out the multi-stage project “Internet Rights in Argentina”, aimed at raising awareness of these rights and violations against them, researching local concern about the issue, and establishing a network of organi...

APC members in 2016: Civil society filibuster against anti-terror bills in South Korea
APC members in 2016: Civil society filibuster against anti-terror bills in South Korea 26 October 2017 Jinbonet

This member story was featured in the 2016 APC Annual Report, as part of our work on rights. In 2015, the South Korean government and ruling party introduced the Anti-Terror Bill and the Anti-Cyberterror Bill to the National Assembly. These bills had the potential to threaten civil liberties and human rights by giving excessive powers to the Korean National Intelligence Service (NIS) in the nam...

APC 2016 Annual Report is out!
APC 2016 Annual Report is out! 26 October 2017 Flavia Fascendini

APC's Annual Report for 2016 narrates organisational life matters and the year's work around our six strategic areas: access, rights, a feminist internet, governance, use and development and the APC community, told through 60 short stories, 25 of them contributed by our members. 2016 was a year of several changes for APC. It is quite remarkable, this characteristic of change: it is slippery whi...

APC members in 2016: Scale-up grant will enhance connectivity geared to needs of communities
APC members in 2016: Scale-up grant will enhance connectivity geared to needs of communities 25 October 2017 AlterMundi

This member story was featured in the 2016 APC Annual Report, as part of our work on access. AlterMundi‘s most significant achievement in 2016 was obtaining a scale-up grant from the Regional Fund for Digital Innovation in Latin America and the Caribbean (FRIDA) for the LibreRouter project. The project was proposed for consideration in Latin America, Africa and Asia, and won grants in both La...

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