Stories about Digital Activism from November, 2018
On International Women Human Rights Defenders Day, human rights organisations continue to call for the release of jailed Saudi women activists.
How far is Google willing to go to get the Chinese government's blessing?
The "record needs to be put straight on Mr. Trump's tirade against Pakistan," said Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan in a Twitter spat with the U.S. president.
#QanoonSabKayLiye campaign is a series of Facebook and Twitter posts that explain the rights and obligations of the citizens under the Constitution of Pakistan.
Thanks to innovative efforts using YouTube and Facebook, airport authorities have begun to decrease crime and help passengers in Bangladesh's biggest airport.
To critics, the pinned tweet wasn't about graffiti at all, but was instead a reaction to criticism of how the immigration body treats refugees, undocumented workers and others in detention.
What seemed like a spike in repression against civil society advocates and intellectuals may actually be the new normal.
Committee to Protect Journalists staffers were detained in Tanzania, China is flagging fake news on Weibo and activists across Africa face arrest on defamation charges.
"Clear drinking water without arsenic is a present for the people of Gevgelija on 7th of November"
Khadda is among 25 activists prosecuted and jailed by Moroccan authorities for their roles in the 2010 Gdeim Izik protest movement.
We have listed here a few of the Brazil headlines that didn't make it across to English-speaking media.
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