When it comes to internet rights in Asia, where is the wind blowing?

Our Executive Director Liza Garcia actively joined in the recently concluded Regional Consultation on the State of Freedom of Assembly, Association, Expression and Religion on the the Internet in Asia. Below is the summary of discussions and takeaways shared by Sheetal Kumar (GPD), Geetha Hariharan, Pavitra Ramanujam (APC), Gayatri Khandhadai Read more…

Gender & ICT

Women’s Rights Online: Digital Gender Gap Audit Officially Released

  On September 12, 2016, World Wide Web Foundation officially announced and released the report cards that assess progress on closing the digital gender divide in ten countries:Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Egypt, Nigeria, Uganda, Colombia, India, Indonesia, and the Philippines. The Gender Program of Foundation for Media Alternatives led the Philippine process. The Read more…

By Christina Lopez, ago
Gender & ICT

Gender & ICT Training for Muslim Women

The Foundation for Media Alternatives (FMA), in partnership with United Youth for Peace and Development (UNYPAD), a non-government organization which aims to produce competent, effective and efficient young leaders who meaningfully give spiritual, political and socio-economic services to the society, conducted a 2-day training workshop on Internet Rights are Human Read more…

By Christina Lopez, ago
Internet Rights

PH women reps in Macau for Asia’s annual Internet Governance Forum

The Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance (APrIGF) on 1–3 July 2015 gathered around 300 participants from 27 countries to discuss the different facets and issues on Internet Governance in the Asia Pacific region. Representatives from the civil society, tech, and government from the Philippines attended this year’s Forum in Macau Read more…

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