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· March, 2011

Stories about Digital Activism from March, 2011

25 March 2011

Jordan: #March24 Protest Camp in Amman

Hundreds of pro-democracy Jordanians, mostly students and young people, gathered to protest at the Dakhliyeh Circle (Ministry of Interior Circle) in Amman on March 24, 2011. Demands from the protestors...

Ukraine: Myroslava Gongadze on Media Freedom

24 March 2011

Palestine: Biggest Escalation of Violence in Gaza since Cast Lead

The Gaza Strip is lately experiencing the largest escalation of violence since Cast Lead operation in 2008-2009 that claimed lives of more than 1,400 Palestinians, among them over 350 children....

Taiwan: Call for Energy Policy Review

The ongoing Fukushima nuclear power plant incident in Japan has alerted people in Taiwan about the safety of nuclear power plants in their own country. In order to transform current...

Egypt: Taxi Driver Finds Lost Camera Owner via Facebook

What would you do if you found a camera, and wanted to return it to its owner? One Egyptian taxi driver decided to do it the Egyptian way and utilise...

Cuba: Whither the Internet?

Brazil: Satirical Video pokes fun at famous singer's blog

Cuba: Courage of Journalists

Japan: Hoarding Water in Wake of Radiation Fears

23 March 2011

Macedonia: QR Campaign to Aid Japan

Syria: Reports of Mass Killings, and a Blogger and a Journalist Disappear

The crackdown on protesters in Daraa, Syria continues. At dawn, a special army unit reportedly killed at least six people during an attack on Al Omari Mosque to disperse protesters...

Haiti: Developing Aid

Trinidad & Tobago, Dominica: Position on Gender Equity

Cuba: The “Nays” Have It?

Macedonia: Meme of the Day – on Envy

Serbia: Returning Gratitude for the Japanese Donations

Sasa Milosevic reports on Serbian initiatives to help Japanese victims of the recent earthquake and tsunami disaster, in a grateful return of the aid donated by Japan to Serbia.

22 March 2011

Cuba: Curating Clandestinity

Trinidad & Tobago: Upsetting Issues

Morocco: The Winds of Change

For the past month, Moroccans have taken to the streets to call for a reform of the constitution and for the establishment of a democratic parliamentary system. On March 20,...

South Korea: Students Arrested for Breaking Security Law

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