FreedomFilmFest 2022 is returning to the big screen with a lineup of deep, difficult, and daring films produced just before and during the pandemic. Cinemata will be hosting the screenings of the films during the weeklong event in Malaysia.
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.
EngageMedia’s work on digital safety and security, video for change, and the Tech Tales digital rights film collection will be featured at the 11th edition of RightsCon on June 6 to 10.
The Digital Security Localization Fellowship aims to convene a network of localizers to support the development of localized digital security resources in Southeast Asian languages.
Digital Rights at Safety para sa Botanteng Pinoy: 9 Online Safety Tips Para Protektado Ka Ngayong Halalan
Ngayong panahon ng eleksyon, naglipana ang pekeng impormasyon at mga bantang digital sa internet. Paano tumugon sa mga peligrong ito? Tinipon ng EngageMedia ang ilang tips para paigtingin ang digital security ng mga botanteng Pilipino.
The Internet Monitoring Program (iMAP) is a three-year collaboration among civil society organisations in the Asia-Pacific advocating for freedom of expression on the internet.
EngageMedia’s localisation project aims to enhance the effectiveness of digital security initiatives in Southeast Asia by providing and promoting resources tailored to cultural and linguistic contexts. This initiative focuses on five target languages: Burmese, Filipino, Indonesian, Khmer, and Thai.
The COVID-19 pandemic is no longer just a global health crisis but one with widespread implications across all sectors of society. We still don’t know how long this crisis will last, but we do know it will change the way we work, travel, study, and interact with each other in the future.