Global Voices Advox Editor Ameya Nagarajan shares about the rise of digital authoritarianism and other digital rights trends in the Asia-Pacific monitored through the Advox and Unfreedom Monitor project.
In this episode of PGP Live at DRAPAC23, Numun Fund’s Information and Knowledge Systems Choreographer Syar S. Alia delves into the organisation’s exploration of feminist tech and prioritising equitable, accessible, and safe technology for all.
This episode of PGP Live at DRAPAC23 features Bradley (not his real name), a social technology researcher who has conducted research on the alternative communication methods in Myanmar following the February 2021 coup.
In this episode recorded live at the DRAPAC23 Assembly, Athan – Freedom of Expression Activist Organization Director Zee Pe shares how the group is pushing back against digital rights violations through research and amplifying communities’ stories.
Htaike Htaike Aung, lead curator of the Myanmar Internet Project and founder of Myanmar ICT for Development Organization, talks about the ongoing digital dictatorship in Myanmar and how pro-democracy activists are pushing back against the regime.
In the final 2022 episode of Pretty Good Podcast, EngageMedia Executive Director Phet Sayo shares his take on the current issues surrounding Big Tech, how these affect the Asia-Pacific, and his vision for the future of digital rights.
In the last of a two-part series, lecturer Dr. Samsul Maarif and Project Multatuli membership manager Devina Heriyanto discuss how intersectoral solutions online and offline can help marginalised indigenous communities reclaim their narratives.
Dr. Samsul Maarif of Universitas Gadjah Mada and Devina Heriyanto of Project Multatuli tackle how and why mainstream narratives perpetuate discrimination against marginalised religious groups in Indonesia and what can be done to address the issue.
Imam Ardhianto, lecturer and chair of the University of Indonesia’s Media, Culture, and Research Center for Anthropological Studies, discusses religious social media movements in Indonesia and the impact on the country’s socio-political landscape.