At the panel organized by the Center for Social Research in India for the CSW65the session parallel events of the NGO forum, Virtual Activism made a presentation entitled “Intermediary liabilities and the protection of women: be careful what you wish for.” Download the presentation below: Read also: The Manila Principles The Santa Clara PrinciplesRead more..
MozFest is one of the largest annual global events on internet technologies. MozFest is a unique hybrid: part art, tech and society convening, part maker festival, and the premiere gathering for activists in diverse global movements fighting for a more humane digital world. This year, it is virtual, allowing more people to participate in its […]Read more..
A pre-recorded narrated walk through of the 2020 Internet Health Report’s facts and figures slideshow, by the report’s editor, Solana Larsen (with a cameo by Alice Munyua and the internet’s “lawyer cat”). The video is the outcome of Mozilla’s IHR. The visualizations relate to everything from the high environmental costs of data processes to how […]Read more..
On March 15th, the Center for Social Research in India organized an event on the occasion of the UN Women’s Commission 65th Session. Virtual Activism has been invited to the panel. The event is entitled Digital Safety and Citizenship Development. The speakers were: Dr. Ranjana Kumari, director of the Center for Social Research Anne Collier, […]Read more..
Civil society and nonprofit organizations needs to keep a close eye on current and emerging technology trends. This is because technology is changing rapidly and whether we all want it or not, it will change the way we work, think and interact. Technology has its wonders but it also has its areas of concern. At […]Read more..