In 2020, the Association for Progressive Communications turns 30 years old, and to commemorate this special date we have asked the members of our network about their vision for APC in the next 10 years to come.
Listen to the vision for the next 10 years of APC from our individual member Mitra Ardron from the United States and Australia, who envisions APC taking a leading role in ensuring everyone has access to the internet in the coming decade.
Listen to the vision for the next 10 years of APC of our individual member Vera Vieira from Brazil, who envisions APC continuing to foster a strong network in the fight towards a more equitable and peaceful world.
Listen to the vision for APC's next 10 years of our member Nupef from Brazil, which envisions APC working towards universal quality connectivity.
Listen to the vision for the next ten years of APC from our member Open Culture Foundation from Taiwan who envisions APC creating a closer network of our members in Asia and fostering a greater ecosystem around global communities.
Unwanted Witness envisions APC in 10 years as a formidable and influential force shaping the way technology is governed and utilised to uphold democracy and human rights globally.
On the anniversary of the 2006 Thai coup, protesters will once again gather at Thammasat University in Bangkok, Thailand, to call for political changes and democratic reforms. Students as young as 14 years old have been at the forefront of the protests, with some groups demanding ten key reforms, among them the revocation of the lese-majeste law and the pardoning of all those jailed due to this...
Listen to the vision for the next ten years of APC from our member VOICE from Bangladesh who envisions APC becoming a more vibrant and connected network.
Our member CITAD from Nigeria envisions APC working with all our members to promote social justice that is rooted in local realities.
Listen to the vision for APC's next ten years of our member EMPOWER from Malaysia, who envisions APC continuing its hard work to ensure no one is left behind.