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.
DRAPAC23 participants issue solidarity statement for greater protection of rights in the Asia-Pacific
Over 100 organisations and individuals signed the statement calling for the greater protection of human rights in the digital age. The statement was jointly developed during the DRAPAC23 Assembly in Chiang Mai, Thailand, from May 22 to 26, 2023.
Check out the list of panels, roundtables, workshops, and other sessions on the last day of the DRAPAC23 Assembly on May 26.
Over 120 co-created sessions on key digital rights issues will be featured at the DRAPAC23 Assembly from May 22 to 26, 2023, in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Check out the list of breakout sessions open to the public for Day 4, May 25.
Join the ongoing conversations on key digital rights issues in the DRAPAC23 Assembly from May 22 to 26, 2023. See the list of public sessions for Day 3, May 24, here.
Day 2 of the DRAPAC23 Assembly on May 23 will feature a variety of panels, roundtables, workshops, and other sessions on key digital rights issues. See the list of sessions open to the public here.
EngageMedia Digital Rights Project Manager Vino Lucero shares insights on the thinking behind some key decisions made by the DRAPAC23 Assembly team in organising the event – from emphasising co-creation to intentionality in privacy and security.
Thai political parties signed a code of conduct and election pledges to demonstrate their commitment to advancing fair elections and implementing policies that include the protection of human and digital rights.
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.