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· August, 2009

Stories about Digital Activism from August, 2009

31 August 2009

Russia: Photos and Drawings of Opposition Rally

Iran: Protest in Second Life

Online Campaigns To Combat Spread Of HIV/AIDS

Conversations for a Better World

To combat the spread of AIDS, many organizations and activists worldwide are engaged with innovative and localized campaigns and initiatives. Today we will discuss some of them who use ICT...

Anguilla: The Fly

St. Vincent & the Grenadines: Tackling Domestic Violence

Iran: “United for Baha'i Human Rights”

30 August 2009

Israel: Social Media Advances Jewish Identity

Afghanistan: Voting Day in Photos

On the nation's second-ever election day, Afghan photo bloggers shared pictures from the polls showing military presence as well as voter enthusiasm.

29 August 2009

Azerbaijan: Washington DC protest for detained activist bloggers (updated)

With detained video bloggers Adnan Hajizade and Emin Milli now facing an additional charge in their native Azerbaijan, The Collegian says that support for the two imprisoned youth activists yesterday...

28 August 2009

East Timor: Abe Barreto Soares’ Poetry for Nation Building

He calls himself a “wanderer like anyone else” but Abe Barreto Soares is also a poet, a translator and an active blogger. In this interview, he talks about Timorese nationalism,...

Anguilla: Discussing Freedom of Information

27 August 2009

Azerbaijan: Washington DC demonstration in support of detained bloggers

Hong Kong: “Compensated Dating” and the use of Pejoratives

The life imprisonment of the “girl butcher” might have halted the case against “compensated dating” in Hong Kong for a while, but what have Hong Kong people learned from the...

Pakistan: Bloggers Vs. The US Citizenship And Immigration Services

Sri Lanka: Video Evidence Of Extra-Judicial Killings Sparks Debate

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