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APC's priorities for the 10th Internet Governance Forum, Brazil, 2015

By APC (November 2015, APC )

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Betinho Communications Prize: Recognising remarkable contributions in using the internet for social justice and development

4 November 2015 (APC for APCNews)

We are re-launching the Betinho Communications Prize, which will go to the most significant contribution in using the internet for social justice and development. And we are doing it at a very symbolic time for APC.

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APC at the 2015 Internet Governance Forum

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Nov 8 2015 - Nov 13 2015

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Brazil
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Internet Governance Forum (IGF)

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The Association for Progressive Communications (APC) is mobilising for the 10th annual Internet Governance Forum (IGF) in João Pessoa, Brazil on 10-13 November 2015.

Connecting your rights: Internet access and economic, social and cultural rights

22 October 2015 (Leila Nachawati Rego for APCNews)

Those with internet access are more likely to enjoy the potential realisation of rights, while those without access lack such potential. Additionally, the control of technologies is not necessarily in the hands of traditional duty bearers in human rights law. In such a scenario, what is the relationship between access to the internet and the frameworks to allow internet access as a right?

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WSIS+10 and the need to put people at the centre

21 October 2015 (APCNews)

We remain committed to consolidating the WSIS process by putting people’s rights at the centre, in the face of increasing political and commercial control of internet spaces.

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WSIS+10: Joint civil society comments on the zero-draft

By 46 civil society organisations (October 2015, APC )
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APC's Comments on the WSIS+10 Zero Draft

By APC (October 2015, APC )
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Side Event: Putting People at the Centre of the WSIS+10 Review

NEW YORK 16 October 2015 (APC)

The Association for Progressive Communications (APC), the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), the Internet Democracy Project, and the Internet Society are co-organising a side event for non-governmental stakeholders to share and exchange their views and priorities with governments on WSIS+10 in a dynamic, interactive setting.

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Policy Options for Connecting the Next Billion. APC Submission to the 2015 IGF Intersessional

By APC (October 2015, APC )

As the internet becomes more ubiquitous, less is being heard from those who are disconnected – the less wealthy and more marginalised groups – who are unable to demand rights on the same footing as those who are connected.

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