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· March, 2010

Stories about Video from March, 2010

17 March 2010

Macedonia: International Women's Day in the Blogosphere

International Women's Day is not an official public holiday in Macedonia, but is widely observed through interpersonal interactions and at some workplaces. This year, a number of bloggers used the...

Iranian women's rights website wins RSF online freedom award

Reporters without Borders and Google have awarded Iranian women's rights website We-change with a "Netizen Prize" for their work in defense of freedom of expression.

13 March 2010

South Africa: inappropriate content in the classroom stage

China: GFW history

The Balkans: Byzantine Nostalgia

Similar to Yugo-nostalgia, the nostalgia for the common Byzantine past can sometimes transcend some of the barriers erected through modern nationalism and racism in the Balkans.

11 March 2010

Russia: Soviet Singer Becomes Internet Meme

Iran: OR318 memorial to blogger's death in prison

The one year death anniversary of blogger and journalist Omid Reza Mir Sayafi is coming around and the OR318 movement is quite active, raising awareness regarding not only Omid's death...

3 March 2010

Azerbaijan: Dusty City

Colombia: Transportation Strike from Pedestrian Eyes

Citizen videos record the situation lived these past three days of city-wide transportation strike that has Bogota paralyzed. Citizens have resorted to walking, riding bicycles, hitchhiking and climbing into the...

Guyana: Death of a Language

Video Participation: How you see the world for BBC

2 March 2010

French Muslims: From Colonisation to Citizenship

As Francophone Africa is celebrates the 50th anniversary of its independence from France or Belgium, and with the still rumbling "National Identity" debate as a backdrop, a new generation of...