SzuHui Huang, Programme Manager at Open Culture Foundation, discusses the organisation’s focus on open technology and its intersection with digital rights in Asia.
Sinar Project’s Kelly Koh and Siti Nurliza Samsudin discuss their initiatives to monitor network interference and freedom of expression restrictions online, and their work to establish a network of digital rights activists.
Since the February 2021 coup, Myanmar youth have been active in resistance movements, awareness campaigns, and other forms of protest and dissent against the junta, using digital tools and various mediums to rally for democracy.
Shruti Trikanad of the Centre for Internet & Society discusses the digital rights implications of digital ID systems, drawing from the experience of South and Southeast Asian countries surveyed for the Greater Internet Freedom project.
In this article, a Filipino student shares about the struggle of adapting to online learning during the pandemic amid socioeconomic challenges and high barriers to access to technology.
In Bangladesh, stories of stifled expression and oppression are increasingly common. Repressive laws, frequent internet shutdowns, and censorship are some of the obstacles faced by young citizens who seek to voice their opinions in a digital age.
Young Filipinos have a key role to play in calling out offensive statements and viral trends that perpetuate online gender-based violence.
The curriculum aims to serve as a reference guide for digital security trainers, focusing on the digital risks faced by activists, journalists, digital rights defenders, academics, and marginalised groups.
Hong Kong has recently recorded a rapid outflow of its own people. Under the wave of emigration, everyone is grappling with the decision to go or to stay. Amidst societal and political changes, I am among those who have made this difficult decision.