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· July, 2010

Stories about Digital Activism from July, 2010

14 July 2010

Côte d'Ivoire:3 Journalists Including Théophile Kouamouo Arrested for Posting Classified Documents on Coffee and Cocoa

Cuba: Biscet Stays

United Kingdom: Video Tagging to protest Nokia's Actions in Iran

Reverse the Wave is a blog by Ms.Deena DeNaro-Bickerstaffe, an artist who is “video tagging” public buildings with documentary footage from the Iranian election protests in 2009 to draw attention...

12 July 2010

Palestine: Workshops Inspire Bloggers in Gaza and West Bank

Recently the director of Global Voices Advocacy, Sami Ben Gharbia, gave a series of blogging workshops in Gaza and the West Bank. The workshops were organised by the Arabic Media...

Russia: New political blogger community

9 July 2010

Brazil: Yellow Whistles Warn about Global Hunger

The 1 Billion Hungry campaign was officially launched in Brazil on July 1st. The purpose of this global initiative is to put pressure on politicians to combat hunger. Bloggers have...

Cambodia: Decline of Monk Morality?

A monk in Cambodia was arrested for illegally taping a video of nude ladies in a monastery. The video was widely shared through mobile phones and the internet. There are...

8 July 2010

Cuba: Ready for Release?

As news circulates of Cuba's intention to release 52 political prisoners, Guillermo Fariñas, who has gone on a hunger strike to protest the detainment of 25 prisoners of conscience that...

Barbados: Where is the Justice?

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