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DRAPAC Series: Building a Digital Rights Community

Join the conversation on April 24, 2PM Bangkok time, UTC+7

In this DRAPAC Series session, Team CommUNITY shares insights on their work on community building and engagement and their approach towards creating spaces for communities most affected by digital rights challenges.

This eye-opening analysis of the Tech Tales Youth film 'Digital Rights Lab' by Weeraya "Min" Vichayaprasertkul exposes the thriving criminal ecosystem built around the exploitation of personal data and the alarming lack of safeguards.
The films by Filipino students will be screening exclusively on Cinemata from March 29 to April 5, 2024.
The 2023 reports on the state of internet censorship in Indonesia and the Philippines feature analyses of network interference in the two countries using measurements in the two countries gathered by the Open Observatory of Network Interference.
Produced by Doctors Without Borders, the film is based on the experience of a Rohingya man who fled Myanmar and made a dangerous journey across the sea to seek safety in Malaysia.
Cinemata, a video platform for social issue films about the Asia-Pacific region, has released a helpful new feature for emerging filmmakers and video activists: password protection for content.
Goethe-Institut Indonesia presents "Digital Rights Cinema" on February 24, which will feature the screening of eight short films addressing digital rights issues from the Tech Tales Youth film collection produced by EngageMedia.

Featured Projects

  1. Introducing the DRAPAC series and our upcoming talk on AI adoption and governance
  2. Spotlight on digital rights in Myanmar
  3. New GIF reports and Tech Tales Youth Screening
  4. Highlights from the DRAPAC23 Assembly, PGP Live, and more