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· January, 2007

Stories about Digital Activism from January, 2007

16 January 2007

Iran:Muslim Bloggers Conference

Caught On Camera: Human Rights Videos on GV

Human Rights Video

You'd be forgiven for thinking it's been Saddam, Saddam, Saddam, in recent weeks, but GV has covered other human rights videos that deserve a bit of limelight – so, in...

15 January 2007

Bangladesh: State of emergency, bloggers as information source

Bangladesh witnessed some dramatic changes recently. Last Thursday night president Iajuddin Ahmed declared a state of emergency and resigned as the chief of the caretaker government, the prime demand of...

14 January 2007

Global Voices is hiring an advocacy director

Global Voices (globalvoicesonline.org) is seeking a part-time Advocacy Director. The advocacy director will coordinate Global Voices's efforts in supporting online freedom of expression. This will include responsibility for building online...

Iran:Iranian bloggers as pollsters

11 January 2007

Chile: OLPC and Politics 2.0

Chileans bloggers are very impressed so far with the US$ 100 laptop, OLPC. But how will the innovative device, meant to help bridge the digital divide, arrive to Chile? What...

10 January 2007

Bloggers on the Iran government's efforts to enforce registration of blogs and web sites

The Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance in Iran has been trying to follow the Chinese government’s path of controlling blogs and web sites. Owners of blogs and sites have...

6 January 2007

Saddam execution video re-ignites death penalty debates worldwide

Human Rights Video

Over the past four months, we've tried to feature and contextualise videos we felt should be seen and debated by a wider audience. Today's featured human rights video is something...

2 January 2007

China: Teacher strike

Teachers in Huadu, an outlying suburb of Southern China metropolis Guangzhou went on strike yesterday in front of the local district government building yesterday, calling for higher wages. A thorough...

Iran:A new law wants to force bloggers to get registered

Singapore: The politics of Singapore's new media in 2006

Meet The New Urban Cambodian Woman And Blogger: Keo Kalyan

In a country where long-time respected traditions dominate the way of life of the people, the role of women in education, social work and general lifestyle is still limited compared...