How my children explain YouTube to me

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Originally published on One World Platform, Internet rights

This article had been co-authored by: Hackerberry Finn and Olivor Twist

“Mum, you cannot imagine the pain of children whose parents do not understand what is a YouTuber” said to me Olivor Twist one of my twins. I said they could explain to me. “No, adults just get angry and forbid us to watch them” said Hackerberry Finn, my other twin. I had just finish to say “no, I will not, I promise” that they jumped out of their bed, and Hackerberry Finn, took his tablet and find for me ‘Pewdiepie christmas special! (12 days of drugs)‘ a sarcastic weird video by PewDiePie, this super known young-blond-swedish-boy making a lot of money due to his millions and millions of followers (36,498,571).

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Defending the Defenders: Short Review of Nobel Women’s Initiative Conference

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Originally published on: One World Platform, Womens rights

Defending the defenders, Nobel Women's Initiative Banner
Defending the defenders, Nobel Women’s Initiative Banner

A weekend in the Hague, in the average Balkans person mind is about crimes against humanity and International tribunal. However, this time it was about women’s human rights defenders and I had the privilege to attend and contribute by providing a workshop with Daysi Flores from Jass on Digital Security. Continue reading “Defending the Defenders: Short Review of Nobel Women’s Initiative Conference”

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IGF 2012, Baku did change anything?

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Originally published on One World Platform Internet rights, Womens rights and on Human rights must be encoded into the fabric of internet governance dialogues on 12 November 2012, GenderIT.org

valentina hvale pellizzer - IGF Baku, closing speech - civil society
valentina hvale pellizzer – IGF Baku, closing speech – civil society

Looking backward to the Baku Internet Governance Forum did change anything or its just worsening? It was November 6-9, 2012, the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Internet Governance Forum was held in Azerbaijan, dedicated to the topic “Internet Governance for Sustainable Human, Economic and Social Development”. Continue reading “IGF 2012, Baku did change anything?”

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