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Onlineactivism

10 Tactics – Turning Information into Action

April 29, 2010

Tweet This is a post that’s long overdue, since the time the film was released! I was spurred to write it this morning, as I’m quite excited to be on a panel discussion at the screening of Tactical Tech’s film called 10 Tactics – Turning Information into Action. The screening is at the Conference Room […]

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Roundtable on Information Access, Public Initiatives and Civil Society Engagement

June 24, 2009

Tweet Last week, I attended the Round Table on Assessing the Efficacy of Information and Communication Technologies for Public Initiatives, hosted by the Centre for Internet and Society (CIS), Bangalore, on 17 June 2009, in collaboration with the Liberty Institute, New Delhi. The discussion was really interesting, and I do hope it is the start […]

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Because I believe in citizen media

December 22, 2008

Tweet If you do too, don’t hesitate to click the button below, this December.

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Info Activism Camp in Bangalore

November 7, 2008

Tweet Tactical Tech and Aspiration are organizing a week-long event in Bangalore, India in February 2009 – The Info-Activism Camp. Deadline for applications has been extended to Nov 8th. The Info Activism camp (http://www.informationactivism.org), to be held in Bangalore, India from February 19th to 25th, helps advocates to make the best use of information, communication […]

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Take Back the Tech …

November 23, 2007

Tweet November seems to be full of online activism days and weeks! Today’s the Buy Nothing Day, here’s another one – to end Violence Against Women: Cheekay Cinco of APC Women writes to inform me of this campaign to end violence against women. This is a collaborative campaign by ICT users, advocates, collectives and organisations […]

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Somewherein using SMS to raise funds for Sidr Victims

November 23, 2007

Tweet Aparna Ray, in a post at Global Voices Online links to several blogs that are trying to garner aid and resources to help victims of Cyclone Sidr. [Image on right courtesy BBC News]. Towards the end of the post, she shares this simple yet cool use of SMS to get people to donate: Bangla […]

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Gujarat 2002-Tehelka Expose – What can we do as citizens?

October 27, 2007

Tweet A commenter who calls himself/herself ‘takeaction’ left this information at my earlier post where I expressed my horror at the blatant role of the Modi Government and its allies in the Gujarat 2002 riots: “I think people of India and Indian diaspora can do something beyond just discussing this in egroups and blogs. The […]

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