Arkiv - Freedom on the Internet

Eternal vigilance the price of liberty online

Today’s article is written by Dunja Mijatovic, who is the Representative on Freedom of the Media for the 57-country Organization for…

Developers from around the world gather for SIF13

Today’s blog post is written by Mats Samuelsson, editor at the International Editorial Office at the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs. He…

ICT4D – lagging behind is not always bad

Today’s blog post is written by Christian Wohlert. Christian Wohlert is a Bilateral Associate Expert in ICT4D seconded by Sida to the…

If you want to free a society, just give them internet access!

Today’s blog post is written by Mats Samuelsson, editor at the International Editorial Office at the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs. He…

Kenyan elections 2013 – a tech fail or not?

Today’s blog post is written by Lina Palmer. Lina is Programme Officer at the Swedish Embassy in Nairobi working on Democratic Governance…

UNESCO World Press Freedom Conference 2013 in San Jose, Costa Rica

World Press Freedom Day Conference 2013 – Safety for journalists offline and online

Over the last decade, 600 journalists have been killed while doing their jobs, with last year being particularly deadly as 121 men and women

Information management saves lives

Today’s blog post is written by Mathias Antonsson. Mathias has been working with ICT through Communications and Project Management for both the…

The Importance of Diversity

Here we are, some three weeks away from the Stockholm Internet Forum – (from my admittedly subjective perspective) the event…

Technology itself will not change the world but the people using it

Today’s blog post is written by Alexandra Åhlen. As part of the Bilateral Associate Expert programme, she is seconded by SIDA to…

“Surveillance sans frontières”

 

As a relevant follow-up to yesterday’s blog, we are pleased to publish a blog post by Svante Hådell, Press Counsellor at the…