Posts about Activism
Spotify, Don't Spy: Global Voices joins Coalition of 180+ Musicians and Human Rights Groups Take A Stand
Global Voices joins a coalition of over 180 musicians and human rights organizations sending a letter to Spotify calling on the company to make a public commitment to never use, license, sell, or monetize its new speech-recognition patent technology.
It has always been the only visa that makes me go everywhere is art
Forum on Internet Freedom in Africa: Global Voices represents at Addis Ababa digital rights conference
The forum represented a huge step forward for digital rights in Ethiopia, where, just five years ago, press freedom and digital rights were at an all-time low.
The DigI project is ongoing in Tanzania, and has a value in reaching the remote villages.The main target is to establish internet hotspots dedicated to spread health and educational information.
Yeah, I'm angry. And scared. About racism. Our future. The Netherlands.
"[When it comes to LGBTQI rights] in Cuba, we are still in our infancy. Even though a lot has been done, there is still much more to do"."Aunque se haya hecho mucho, [en Cuba] queda muchísimo por hacer".
« One day, it [the lake] will reject salty water and it will then be a real disaster. »
As part of the European Capital of Culture 2018, many interesting events will take place in Ljouwert (Leeuwarden in Dutch) through the year. Concerts, storytelling, exhibits, theatre, hiking and cycling routes… but none as engaging for us as the MeM (Livingroom of languages). Starting on 30th March and until 28th...
El Pueblo de Sarayaku ha generado una propuesta de conservación endógena, para su reconocimientos y la reivindicación al derecho a la naturaleza y la territorialidad, cual es el Kawsak Sacha – Selva Viviente.
We concerned Filipino bloggers stand for the rights to free expression and to free speech. And our first responsibility is to protect these rights. We thus stand with Rappler, its right to exist, the rights of its working journalists and contributors, and the rights of its community of readers. We...