Monthly Archives: October 2011

ICT4Accountability in Kenya

Nairobi — Kenya is seeking the services of leading mobile phone companies in an ambitious campaign to market the East African Community Common Market. In an Obama-inspired campaign — where ICT played a major role in galvanising public support — … Continue reading

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The “Development Trajectory”: A framework for thinking.

The organisers of the 3rd International Food and Water Forum coming up in South Africa, November 14th – 17th have been using social reporting to promote the upcoming forum. In addition, they are also creating a lot of awareness of … Continue reading

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Hype or Hope? The impact of digital media on journalism and development

In 2011 the role of Internet communication for social and political change has taken on a new dimension. Never before has the impact of digital and social media been discussed so widely as in the context of current social movements … Continue reading

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Mobile Journalism: Supporting social change through local technologies

In Africa, where access to technology and the internet is still extremely low, open source software through initiatives like Freedom Fone and FrontlineSMS are turning mobile phones into the major drives for meeting information demands and enabling citizen participation across … Continue reading

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Broadcasting on Bambuser

You can now watch us, sometimes Live, on Bambuser! Look us up: NMICTD_Group 6.

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Community Radio in Tonga

Tonga's new community radio station A community radio station is established by women in Tonga “Not only are we giving these young women income generating skills, we are creating a forum for them to speak about the important issues they … Continue reading

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BBC Article: World wakes up to digital divide

World wakes up to digital divide

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The Role of Community Media in Development

The Role of Community Media in Development – TH!NK ABOUT IT.

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BBC Article: Solutions to the Digital Divide?

India unveils $35 tablet computer

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