Digital Rights

FIFAfrica: Responding to the Need for Stronger Advocacy on Internet Freedom in Africa

FIFAfrica |

There is rising awareness among Africa’s growing online community about the use of the internet to defend human rights, complement independent local media, strengthen democratisation, and demand accountable and transparent governance. However, there are limited avenues for Africans to participate in discussions that shape internet governance. While global convenings such as the Internet Governance Forum (IGF), the Stockholm Internet…

Dialogue on Social Media and Mobile Money Taxation in Uganda

CIPESATalks |

The evolution of the digital economy in Uganda over the last 20 years has broken barriers associated to geography and time and thus enabled information flows critical for business processes, innovation, entrepreneurship, civic participation, learning and research, and government service delivery.

Following concerns on the growing public debt bill, and a constrained tax base, the Uganda government introduced a raft…

Let’s SwitchItOn and KeepitOn!

Joint Statement |
Access Now and The Internet Society on The Need to Protect The Core of The Internet for Digital Rights.
The internet is changing our world. It can empower us. It can connect us and facilitate information exchange across borders. It allows our voice to be heard when others want to silence us. Internet access has been recognized by the United…