On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of human rights, Virtual Activism, in collaboration with Southern New Hampshire University’s Community Engagement Center, and the graphics design department organized a human rights day celebration. The graphic design students created posters in the graphic design class to celebrate the occasion. An exhibition of their posters was posted […]Read more..
With the support of the Ford Foundation, Virtual Activism organized a FOSS conference in Cairo, Egypt, in 2003. Attendees were primarily university students and NGOs working in development and human rights. It was the first such conference to be held in Egypt.Read more..
As part of the project of Virtual Activism’s Center for Knowledge Society Program, with the community development organization of 3ezbet Bekheet in Mansheyet Naser, GNU/Linux was installed in Mansheyet Nasr with the cooperation of EGLUG. Manshieyet Nasser is an informal settlement outside of Cairo, Egypt with a population exceeding 90,000. In November 2004, Manal Bahey, […]Read more..
Role of Virtual Activism in WSIS and subsequent events Virtual Activism attended the first phase of WSIS which took place in Geneva. While there, we noticed that there was no Arab representation; only a handful of either governmental entities or some Tunisian NGOs were there, the latter specifically because the second phase was to be […]Read more..