The latest version of Cinemata features enhanced site navigation, video upload improvements, and more, making it easier for the Cinemata community to maximise this free and independent open source platform.
The team behind ‘Coral Woman’ uses film and art as platforms for change, creating educational toolkits, a children’s book, and art installations to raise awareness about the state of coral reefs in India.
The Video4Change Network celebrates 10 years of bringing together organisations catalysing the use of video for human rights, social justice, and environmental change. This post looks at some highlights and milestones throughout the decade.
EngageMedia joins 18 other digital rights groups calling on the Indian government to withdraw proposed amendments to the Information Technology Rules 2021 that threaten rights to freedom of expression and privacy.
In this episode, Asia-Pacific analyst and Access Now’s Myanmar lead Wai Phyo Myint sheds light on the current situation in Myanmar and the ongoing efforts of digital rights actors, individuals, and organisations to restore democracy in the country.
Digital authoritarianism in Bangladesh: Weaponising a draconian law to silence dissent in the pandemic era
The COVID-19 pandemic provided the government with pretext to censor free speech, harass critics, and effectively curb dissent – accelerating what has been an ongoing turn towards authoritarianism in Bangladesh.
In the next session of Impact Talks, impact producer Anupama Mandloi and director Priya Thuvassery will discuss their creative approach for the impact campaign of ‘Coral Woman’. The session is part of a webinar series in this year’s Docs by the Sea.
Running from July 14 to 17, the 18th Mini Film Festival features a variety of online and offline film screenings, discussions, and exhibitions.
This post, originally published in Bahasa Indonesia on Remotivi, looks into the multiple internet blackouts recorded in Papua in 2021 and how this affected citizens’ digital rights.