The Youth Communications and Advocacy for Internet Freedom project aims to expand awareness and engagement with digital rights issues, particularly among youth sectors, and develop a stronger digital rights field through effective knowledge sharing, outreach, and engagement.
This series of blog posts, based on the South and Southeast Asia Digital Rights School held last April 2022, highlights ongoing challenges in promoting digital rights in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, Maldives, Nepal, Philippines, and Sri Lanka.
In this guest post, Visual Rebellion interviews Burmese anthropologist Chu May Paing to understand the motivations and significance of Burmese netizens’ use of social media in spite of the digital safety and security risks.
The selected filmmakers from Thailand and the Philippines will produce films for the ‘Tech Tales Youth’ film collection that will raise awareness of internet freedom and other digital rights issues in the two countries.
[DEADLINE EXTENDED] EngageMedia invites Thai filmmakers to become a Tech Tales Youth filmmaker and produce short films on internet freedom and other digital rights issues.
Tech Tales Youth aims to support a new group of young filmmakers and visual storytellers in the Philippines and Thailand to produce short films about human rights in the digital age.
Ahead of the upcoming week-long Asia-Pacific Digital Rights Festival in Chiang Mai, EngageMedia looks back at our journey towards the Festival, and what participants can expect come May 2023.
EngageMedia invites individuals from marginalised and underrepresented groups to apply for the fellowships, which will provide limited funding for selected participants to join the Asia-Pacific Digital Rights Festival in Chiang Mai in May 2023.
In Manila, Day 3 of the Asia-Pacific Digital Rights Forum wrapped up with participants identifying key issues and the resources needed for a Philippine digital rights agenda for 2023 and beyond.