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· November, 2006

Stories about Digital Activism from November, 2006

21 November 2006

Peru: Anatomy of a Blog Workshop

Africa: blogging and activism

Arabisc: One Blogger Arrested..1000s More to Go!

There doesn't seem to be a week passing by without Egyptians and its bloggers rocking the boat and taking the virtual limelight in our part of the world. This week...

19 November 2006

Iran:UCLA Student Protest Movement for Taser Incident

The Week That Was in Bahrain

For a small constitutional monarchy, with a population of about 700,000, Bahrain's blogosphere is sure never short of new topics for discussion and debate. This week's new topics include the...

17 November 2006

USA: Video-sharing places L.A.'s police in the spotlight

Human Rights Video

Hop over to Technorati right now and you'll see that six out of the top fifteen videos being linked to by bloggers show the same incident – University of California...

16 November 2006

Serbia, Slovenia: Relationship with the Roma People

“I ja sam Rom!” (“I'm Roma, too!”) – by Nune In her B92 blog, Jelica Greganovic reports on the latest racism case against the Roma that occurred in Slovenia (SRP):...

Arabisc: Culprits, Democracy and the Rule of Law

Choosing links from 22 different Arab countries for translation is no easy feat..for however much you try and be selective, you cannot be doing the region and its bloggers any...

14 November 2006

Arabisc: Best Blog Awards Winners and Recurring Nightmares

Arabic blogs are making their mark on the international blogging scene, with more writers and commentators taking to their keyboards and enjoying the thrill of the instant publication of their...

13 November 2006

Chile, Peru, Mexico: Free Hugs in Latin America

Blogs & Beers with David De Ugarte

David De Ugarte (ES) , a popular bloger in the Spanish-language blogosphere is visiting Chile. He is the founder of Las Indias Electrónicas (ES) and creator of Cyberpunk (ES) A...

Taiwan: terrorist blogger

12 November 2006

Iran:Two Iranians win best free expression blog prize

The DW Best of Blogs Awards

Had I not read Hoder's blog today I would have definitely missed the Deutsche Welle Best of the Blogs awards 2006 ceremony held in the Museum for Communication Berlin a...

11 November 2006

The Week That Was in Bahrain

With the Godfather of Bahraini bloggers Mahmood Al Yousif out of the way and sick in hospital – possibly recuperating from his head-on collision with authorities over the blocking of...

Holding the line for Internet freedoms in Brazilian Cyberspace

The Brazilian cyberspace was shaken this week by the announcement of a ‘Digital Crimes Bill’ under consideration at the Senate's Constitution and Justice Commission. Disclosing just one item in the...

10 November 2006

Blogging for the Cause in Honduras

Nelly, a Honduran entreprenuer who received a small business loan from Kiva Honduran bloggers La Gringa, Matthew, Ruthy, and Jill are blogging for a good cause. Though media attention on...

Iran:Remember Kianoosh Sanjari,jailed blogger

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