Active Citizens using Social Media to Push for Peace among Afghanistan, India and Pakistan

The Pul‐e‐Jawan program kick‐started at Kabul in September 2011 when fifteen citizen Journalists, five each from from Afghanistan, India and Pakistan met, debated and collaborated to create a common ground to bring peace in this region. The Kabul forum has led to Pul‐e‐Jawan forums within India and Pakistan to encourage more citizens to express themselves…

eNGO Workshop in Karachi, Pakistan on 10th May 2012

In yet another successful venture of eNGO Program, Digital Empowerment Foundation with support from Public Interest Registry organized “eNGO Network of Pakistan” workshop in Karachi, Pakistan on 10th May 2012. The workshop was held in PILER (Pakistan Institute for Labour Education & Research) auditorium and hosted 23 delegates participating from 19 organisations in and around…

पड़ोसियों को जोड़ता सोशल मीडिया

मैं अपने सफर की शुरुआत एक ट्वीट के साथ करता हूं और अपनी ज्यादातर बैठकों, विचार-विमर्शो और यात्राओं के बारे में ट्विटर पर जरूर लिखता हूं। मेरा हर दौरा फेसबुक पर एक संक्षिप्त सफरनामे और तस्वीरों को अपलोड करने के साथ ही खत्म होता है। महज एक सामान्य ई-मेल के जरिये आप फेसबुक से जुड़…

A letter to Kapil Sibal

Dear minister, You are in a unique position which, in some way or the other, is responsible for connecting almost the entire country through the information highway. You are working on how all the 245,500 panchayats could be connected through broadband in the next few years; being the minister for human resources development, you also…

Profiling the unconnected

Our nominees are less about mind-boggling technology and more about the beneficent use of basic information tools such as landline or mobile phones, SMS, community radio, LCD projectors, television, local language websites and so on. Technology is as good as what it does. That is the basic principle on which we started our journey at…