AudioGuide Accessibility ABCs: A practical toolkit for the global civic tech community
This guide is meant to be a resource to support the global civic tech community to make their work more accessible. Accessibility can be an intimidating subject, with this guide, we look to provide the ABCs and initiate the audience to the subject while staying practical and action-oriented. This guide is in no way exhaustive but is a starting point for a larger conversation. For further information, please visit https://accessibilityabcs.webflow.io/
October 31, 2022
The update: Digital Rights and Inclusion in Africa - With Thobekile Matimbe, Paradigm Initiative
In this episode, we are joined by Thobekile Matimbe from the Pan-African Enterprise, Paradigm Initiative to introduce us to LONDA – Digital Rights and Inclusion Annual Report with findings from 22 African countries, examining themes of privacy, freedom of expression, access to information, segmentation and exclusion, digital transformation, affordability, gender, and others all within existing legislative frameworks, and against the backdrop of a widening digital divide. To read the report: https://paradigmhq.org/report/londa-report-2021/ Digitally Yours - The update is one of our new formats, where we will introduce you to new reports, books, updates and resources you may wanna hear more about. We would love to hear your thoughts, reach out to us: Website: https://digitallyyourspodcast.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/DigitallyYoursP
June 05, 2022
Snipets of Season 2
A collection of highlights from our conversations.
March 22, 2022
Technology advancements and national cybersecurity strategies (Arabic)
In this episode of the Digitally Yours Podcast, we examine the correlation between cybersecurity and the ruse of e-gov services, the development of national cybersecurity strategies and regional; efforts, whilst exploring the opportunities and challenges of these present efforts to increasingly adopt more digital services including in e-learning, e-gov and more, We are pleased to have with Dr Dr Adel Abdel-Sadek, Expert at Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies, also the Founder of the Arab Center for Cyberspace Research.
March 22, 2022
Human Rights Education through Digital platforms
In Episode 10 of season 2 of the digitally yours podcast, we were joined by our guest Mehdi Ben Youssef from Lawyers for justice in Libya, a non-governmental organization with a core mission is to achieve justice, accountability and respect for Human rights in Libya.
February 28, 2022
from 1 to over 100 parliamentrian: On collaborating with public institutions
in this episode, we will focus on the use of technology to leverage civil society work and what challenges are being faced locally As you may know by now this season's theme is to examine egov and civic tech in North Africa. We are joined by Ismail Ilsouk, Executive director of Morrocan Ngo Simsim participation Citoyenne.
February 28, 2022
Daily fact-checking and the ethical considerations for journalists
In this episode, we are discussing fact-checking in times of fast circulation of information, political disruptions and misinformation campaigns. To further discuss this subject, we have with us Arwa Kooli, Tunisian journalist and editor in chief of Tunifact.
February 26, 2022
Data protection and the right to privacy for refugees
In this episode, we are joined with Egyptian lawyer Mohamed Farhat to examine the legal framework for digital rights and specifically the right to privacy in Egypt especially for minorities and refugees.
February 26, 2022
Creative Expression in the digital space
In this episode of the Digitally Yours Podcast, we tackle the subject of cultural expression and creative freedoms online. We are joined by Sherazade Amous, founder of Klink.tn . With Sherazade, we discussed how the pandemic affected the cultural scene in Tunisia and the region, what challenges persist and what opportunities going digital has offered.
February 23, 2022
Technology as a tool to Document Racial Discrimination (Arabic)
In this episode of the Digitally Yours Podcast, we are joined by Khaled Wahli, executive director of Aman organization against racial discrimination in Libya.
February 21, 2022
Reporting from Sudan in Times of shutdowns
In this episode of Digitally Yours Podcast, we are taking you to Sudan and discussing what is it like to be reporting and writing on digital rights in the context of tense political times and the increase of violence and human rights violeation. Guest Speaker: Khattab Hamad, a Sudanese media researcher who writes on Sudan issues and digital rights.
February 16, 2022
What is Open Government and why is it important: An overview from North Africa
In this episode, Open Governance and Egov is the theme. we are joined by Nibal Idlebi , chief of the innovation section at UN-ESCWA and Alessandro Bozzini policy analyst at the OECD, open government unit. Recently the UN-ESCWA and OECD published a new report titled The Economic and Social Impact of Open Government Policy Recommendations for the Arab Countries report In this episode, we will be discussing the findings of the report and dive deep into the topic.
February 14, 2022
Madha-Yahduth: Reimagining Citizens role in media
In this episode of the Digitally Yours Podcast, we are joined with Nouha Belaid, founder of Madha Yahduth, a civic media initiative from Tunisia. With Nouha, we discussed her journey in launching Madha Yahduth, the challenges faced and why locally started initiatives are needed. Nouha also spoke to us about the process of publishing new stories, the role of the citizen and the partnerships with traditional media. We would love to hear your thoughts, reach out to us: Website: https://digitallyyourspodcast.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/DigitallyYoursP To contact Our Guest: Website: http://www.madha-yahduth.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Madha.yahduth.Tunisia
February 10, 2022
Building and Sustaining Civic Tech initiatives in Libya
In this episode of the Digitally Yours Podcast Season 2, we spoke with Amjed Badr from Libya about his experience building and promoting civic tech initiatives, the challenges he faced and his thoughts on digital transformation in the country. Amjed also shared with us his thoughts on how to sustain and fund tech initiatives launched by civil society and how the internet can be a tool for inclusivity in Libyan society. We would love to hear your thoughts, reach out to us: Website: https://digitallyyourspodcast.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/DigitallyYoursP Tp contact Our Guest: Twitter: https://twitter.com/ABShwehdy Blog: https://elmisrati.wordpress.com/
February 03, 2022