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By Just Net Coalition

The Digital Justice Manifesto, “A Call to Own Our Digital Future”, was launched in Berlin in November 2019 by the Just Net Coalition, a global network of civil society organizations and individuals, including the World Association for Christian Communication. The coalition was founded at a meeting in New Delhi in 2014, which agreed “The Delhi Declaration for a Just and Equitable Internet”.

Por J. Carlos Lara

Incontables iniciativas estatales y privadas pretenden proveer de soluciones a la expansión del COVID-19, incluso en América Latina. A pesar de los llamados a la cordura y al respeto por los derechos fundamentales, persiste en nuestra región un intento por usar la vigilancia como solución, inclusive para problemas que van más allá de la salud pública. ¿Sobreviviremos al brote de vigilancia?

The International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR)’s Clearinghouse on Public Statements and its Executive Board issued two statements in June 2020 related to the anti-racism protests taking place in the United States and elsewhere. The Clearinghouse statement is in support of the right of journalists and news outlets in the United States to observe and report events freely and safely, while the Executive Board Statement is in solidarity with all those who insist that Black Lives Matter, who demand an end to all institutional practices that deny equality, dignity and opportunity, and who call for a resolute commitment to the renewed pursuit of economic, social and cultural justice.

Sixty-one NGOs, 41 PEN Centres and 40 experts in linguistic rights from all over the world met in Barcelona, 6-8 June 1996. The convocation of the World Conference on Linguistic Rights (WCLR) was an initiative of the Translations and Linguistic Rights Commission of PEN International and the CIEMEN (Centre Internacional Escarré per a les Minories Ètniques i les Nacions) with the moral and technical support of UNESCO.