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Posts Tagged ‘Human Rights’

(Deutsch) Guo Zhigang: Über die Freiheit im Netz

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Isaac Mao: Democratic Participation in China – A Long Way to Go?

Interview with Isaac Mao By Ingrid Fischer-Schreiber and Ulrike Reinhard The entire interview is published in Reboot_D Digitale Demokratie Isaac Mao is a blogger from the People’s Republic of China. He is co-founder of CNBlog.org, a co-organizer of the Chinese Blogger Conference, and a researcher in social learning. In 2005, he started the movement for adopting [...]

Ai Weiwei: “Watch out! Have you prepared yourself?”

Avant-garde artist Ai Weiwei, one of China’s foremost public intellectuals, was recently detained and beaten by police when he attempted to testify at the show trial of dissident Tan Zuoren in Chengdu. Harassment and threats are connected, in part, to his “Names Project,” a performative intervention which aims to compile, publish, disseminate, and memorialize the [...]