My connections with Virtual Activism have been very helpful, meaningful and a stimulating learning experience. Your organisation is making a very significant and concerted effort towards narrowing the digital divide. With creating websites for us and organising online workshops for us who belong to the developing world especially small organisations doing work at grassroots level. We would very much like to participate in your future activities.

- Shahida Abdullah, Society for Participatory Well-Being, Pakistan

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World Press Freedom Day 2011

WPFD 2011May 3rd is a date which celebrates the fundamental principles of press freedom; to evaluate press freedom around the world, to defend the media from attacks on their independence and to pay tribute to journalists who have lost their lives in the exercise of their profession. This year the theme is 21st C Media: New Frontiers, New Barriers. For more info click here.


Inclusion of human rights in WSIS 2011 consultations

WSIS 2011 - GenevaVirtual Activism has participated in the WSIS online consultations that took place 15th October - 15th December 2010. We have succeeded in putting human rights and ICTs on the agenda for WSIS. [view our previous article on Human Rights and ICT]

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Libre Planet 2011

Marlyn Tadros attended the Libre Planet Conference 2011 which took place at Bunker Hill Community College in Boston, MA Saturday, March 19th 2011. Four NEIA students and alumni also attended: Shannon Lisowski, Steve Rudolfi, Jessica Waldrip and Irina.

The LibrePlanet project is a global network of free software activists organized into teams working together to help further the ideals of software freedom by advocating and contributing to free software.


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Conclusion of Conference on Role of Women In Peace-Building in Iraq

Executive Director Marlyn Tadros attended the International Conference on "The Role of Women in Peace-Building, Reconciliation and Accountability in Iraq”,  which was promoted and organized, in Erbil, Kurdistan-Iraq, 27-28 January 2011 by the International Alliance for Justice (IAJ) and No Peace Without Justice (NPWJ), in cooperation with the Foundation for the Future and the Westminster Foundation for Democracy, and with support from the Kurdistan Regional Government, the Government of Italy, the Iraqi Council of Representatives, and the Kurdistan Parliament-Iraq.

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