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Joint Statement Through the Global Partnership on World Press Freedom Day

On World Press Freedom Day, 3 May 2022, the Global Partnership for Action on Gender-Based Harassment and Abuse Online released a joint statement calling for attention to the pressing need for enhanced safety of women journalists and media workers around the world - online and offline.
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Acces Now: The internet was deliberately shut down at least 182 times in 2021

Access Now released on 28 April 2022 a new report on the status of internet shutdowns in 2021.
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What did we learn from Tech for Democracy 2021?

Learn more about the key take-aways from the Tech for Democracy conference on 18 November 2021. What were the main trends, challenges and opportunities discussed during the sessions? What is the way forward, and what must we prioritize in our efforts to make technology for democracy and human rights?

The Royal Danish Embassy in Accra facilitates a local dialogue on Tech & Democracy

Danish embassies and diplomatic representations around the world are engaging with local stakeholders within governments, academia, the private sector and civil society on local issues related to technology, democracy and human rights. Read more about how Tech for Democracy was brought into a Ghanaian context at the "Tech for Democracy in Ghana" event.

2022's first quarterly update on Tech for Democracy is out now!

What has happened since the Tech for Democracy conference on 18 November 2021? In April, we sent our the first quarterly update on the different activities that takes places in the Tech for Democracy space. Keep reading to learn more, and sign up to receive the next update in June.