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4 May 2010

Stories from 4 May 2010

Ecuador: Social Groups March in Celebration of Labor Day

Like many countries around the world, Ecuadorians commemorated International Worker's Day on May 1st. This day has historically been a day where workers in the country have pushed for better...

Uganda: Reports from the Call Uganda meetings

Nigeria: Nigerian online classifieds

South Africa:2010 FIFA World Cup theme song raises interesting views

As is the norm with any major tournament especially the World Cup, the 2010 World Cup has its song out approximately a month to the event. The song features world...

Kenya: Kenyan poet/blogger releases a book

Pakistan: Internet and the challenge of language

The Future of ICT for Development

This post is part of our special coverage Languages and the Internet. Pakistan today would seem primed for rapid growth in internet use. The country has had explosive growth of...

Brazil: Internet use for accountability, transparency and civic engagement: What is civil society doing?

Technology for Transparency Network

Brazil's Technology for Transparency movement is young - all four case studies we reviewed were launched in the past year. Cultural, technical, and financing obstacles abound, but a soon-to-be-implemented Freedom...

Armenia-Azerbaijan: New media and conflict transformation

Haiti: Aftershock discussed on Twitter

Trinidad & Tobago: CRB Online

Dominica: The Whale Whisperer

Trinidad & Tobago: Early Days

Bermuda: Healthcare Revolution?

Jamaica: Strike

Images from Japan's Largest Slum

Paraguay: State of Emergency to Fight EPP Guerrilla Group

Paraguayan President Fernando Lugo declared a 30-day State of Emergency to combat the Paraguayan People's Army (EPP), who have been behind many kidnappings and killings around the country.

Nepal: An Appeal To The Maoists

Blogs on the Catholic Churches In Bangladesh

India: Much Ado About Covering Up

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