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Egypt: 'What has happened to us?'

Maria Golia on the question that has galvanized Egypt’s people – and their struggle to reclaim their dignity.…

  • Tue Feb 1 07:03:00 2011
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Hugo Blanco

Leading voice for indigenous rights, Hugo Blanco.…

  • Sat Jan 1 09:48:00 2011
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Policing the police

The police are succeeding in criminalizing protest, silencing dissent and stopping freedom of the press…

  • Mon Nov 29 05:03:00 2010
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My shadow of a doubt over online activism

Isit really doing what everybody says it should do? Sokari Ekine is notconvinced…

  • Thu Sep 2 11:38:00 2010
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A world wide web of change

The fundamentals of digital activism are little different from its analogue ancestry, argues Adam Ma'anit…

  • Wed Sep 1 12:35:00 2010
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Nick Harvey

Nick Harvey spent 2007 and 2008 hitch-hiking from Europe to Asia, writing along the way, and becoming a leading voice on LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex) issues in India. Since then he’s published dozens of articles – mainly for New Internationalist – on both well-known and obscure international human rights issues from the plight of Tuaregs in Mali to the fight for democracy in Swaziland. As well as freelancing as a journalist, he’s currently the communications…

  • Thu Feb 4 15:56:50 2016
  • Rank: 100

Noreen Sadik

Noreen Sadik…

  • Thu Feb 4 15:56:54 2016
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Jess Worth

Jess Worth…

  • Thu Feb 4 15:56:56 2016
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Faith Bosworth

Faith Bosworth…

  • Thu Feb 4 15:56:46 2016
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Tactical tech to turn information into action

A guest post from the from the Tactical Technology Collective When 25-year-old Noha Atef first started working as a journalist in Egypt, she discovered that police brutality and torture crimes were rife in her country…

  • Fri Jun 25 12:29:00 2010
  • Rank: 100

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