Harindrini Corea and Zayed Siddiki, contributors of EngageMedia’s Pandemic of Control series, elaborate on how the digital technologies used for pandemic management have infringed on human and digital rights in Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.
From August 14 to October 31, 2022, over 60 films highlighting the best of Philippine alternative storytelling and filmmaking will be streamed exclusively on Cinemata.
South and Southeast Asia are hotspots for phishing attacks, which have been on the rise as the pandemic accelerated the shift to digital life. Learn about the common types of phishing and how to enhance your digital security in this article.
The program is open to civil society advocates who are interested in localizing digital security resources for their communities. The sprints will be held in September 2022 in a hybrid format, with a combination of online and offline convenings.
The government’s COVID-19 response opened the door to various threats to human and digital rights. With the influence of its neighbours with poor rights records, Nepal must decide on its own path if it envisions a democratic digital ecosystem.
India’s focus on a deterministic and ideological usage of technology to manage the COVID-19 health crisis has not only mismanaged the pandemic, but has pushed the country to contend with Orwellian realities.
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.