Podcast #9b Online and Digital Activism: The Good, Bad and the Ugly!*
This is part two of the podcast episode about "Online and Digital activism" with Phillip and Charity. You'll find more answers to what it i…
Whether it's opinions on fostering digital human rights - or simply the valuable lessons learned along the way, here is the Digital Human Rights Lab's round-up of the this month's most interesting articles and stories.
How digital transformation is being applied to keep students connected in Somalia, a country where less than 10% of its population have internet access.
Technology & data processing have uses and consequences that at present are poorly understood by many humanitarian practitioners, project managers and policy advisers
The recurring theme of mobile internet prices is that while they are dropping globally, they are not dropping fast enough across Africa. African mobile users pay nearly three times the global average for voice calls and internet.
With so much going on it’s easy to lose track of what’s happening in the world of social impact. Stay informed and inspired with our handpicked content from the DHRLab Community.
In case you missed Pollicy’s webinar on Disinformation and the Citizen's Right to be Informed.
WOUGNET (Women of Uganda Network) weighs in on how Uganda is performing in as far as women’s usage of the internet is concerned when matched against the principles of African Declaration of Internet Rights and Freedoms (AFDEC).
Missed the sessions from DHRLab and our community at the RightsCon? Follow a recap from our live Twitter updates from the world's leading event on human rights in the digital age that is taking place fully online for the first time!
Every month, we collate the very best opportunities, tips and resources for digital human rights practitioners in our community.
Internet Health Report by Community Leaders for Internet Health; featuring 8 youth from Belarus, Benin, Kenya, Mauritius and Uganda.
How are countries going digital? The OECD’s toolkit helps measure, compare and find policy solutions
OpenArchive introduces an open-source app designed to give citizen reporters more agency over their sensitive mobile media.
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