Stories from January, 2019
For Colombia it is particularly relevant to have access to community networks since they can contribute to the implementation of the Peace Agreement and to the social and human development in regions traditionally neglected by governments.
The Internet Society (ISOC) Kyrgyzstan Chapter is setting up a community network in the village of Suusamyr in Chui, the northernmost region in Kyrgyzstan.
Meet Ruben Hilari Quispe, the host of @ActLenguas Twitter account for January 28 to February 3, 2019
Learn more about Ruben Hilari Quispe who is managing the @ActLenguas Twitter account during January 28-February 3, 2019 in a new social media campaign focusing on linguistic diversity online.
Part 4 of the Whose Knowledge? resource set "How to Ally and Be a Good Guest" shares recommendations for how to be a respectful guest and supportive co-conspirator with marginalized communities.
Back in 2002, TS Wireless in Melbourne, Australia streamed royalty-free music produced by local artists 24 hours a day to anyone within a three-kilometre radius, but it wasn't without its challenges.
Meet Simona Mayo, who will be the host of the Twitter account @ActLenguas from the 21th to the 28th January 2019 on a new campaign for social and linguistic rights.
The Gram Marg rural broadband project aims to connect rural villages focusing on local ownership so that local and regional needs will be prioritised.
"Adding Our Knowledge to Wikipedia", part 3 of Whose Knowledge? Resources Series, explains why have the authors decided to create and share knowledge on Wikipedia, and how we’re doing this work.
This is the first publication of DigiGlot,a biweekly collaborative newsletter examining how indigenous, minority, and endangered language communities are adopting and adapting technology for their own needs.
The TunapandaNET community network was started in Kibera to provide connectivity to youth to access different learning platforms.
A year-long rotating Twitter campaign will share the voices of 50 indigenous language digital activists
Join Rising Voices as we celebrate linguistic diversity during the International Year of Indigenous Languages, with a Twitter campaign amplifying the experiences of indigenous language digital activists in Latin America
Wikipedia editors can select from several machine translation systems to support an initial article translation, Google Translate now being one of these options.
The rural Lenca community of Azacualpa in Honduras has set up a community network to provide new opportunities for access to information and to help revitalize their native language.