Resources update: September II

In no particular order:

The Public Voice • Coalition established by the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) “to promote public participation in decisions concerning the future of the Internet”. Seeks to increase the presence of NGOs at meetings across the globe. @thepublicvoice

Students for Free Culture • An “international, chapter-based student organization that promotes the public interest in intellectual property and telecommunications policy.”

Center for Studies on Freedom of Expression and Access to Information (CELE) at the University of Palermo, Buenos Aires • Research institution whose principal objective is “to produce reports that can be useful tools for those journalists, governmental institutions, and members of the private sector and civil society that are dedicated to the defense and promotion of these rights, especially in Latin America.” @CELEUP

BOLO BHI • Pakistan-based NGO “geared towards advocacy, policy and research in the areas of gender rights, government transparency, legislation, Internet freedom, digital security, privacy and empowerment”. @bolobhi

Free Press • US-based advocacy group out to “change media and technology policies, promote the public interest and strengthen democracy. Free Press advocates for universal and affordable Internet access, diverse media ownership, vibrant public media and quality journalism.” @freepress

Mideast Youth • Hacktivist launchpad for digital projects that “amplify diverse voices of dissent with a specific focus on access to information, free speech and minority rights.” Authors of CrowdVoice and Ahwaa.org. @MideastYouth