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Digital rights stories in the Asia-Pacific highlighted in new, thought-provoking film collection

Tech Tales, a collection of eight films that highlight human rights stories in the digital age, launches on Saturday, October 30. This first-ever public screening of the Tech Tales film collection coincides with the international celebration of World Internet Day, an apt time to turn a critical eye to the current digital rights issues being faced in the Asia-Pacific.


AJAR’s Asian Video Stories

These videos by AJAR (Asia Justice and Rights) aim to share experiences of victims of extrajudicial killings, military dictatorship, and violent extremisms, as well as facilitate exchange among survivors, the civil society and policymakers in the region.

In Focus: India’s techno-feminist collective

Chinmayi SK of The Bachchao Project shares their experience in working with women, members of the LGBTQI community and tech-focused people in building usable and useful technology.