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Today’s #IGF2022 main session, #ConnectingAllPeople & safeguarding #HumanRights, failed to address the urgent connectivity in #Tigray by listing women, marginalized communities, and ethnic and religious minorities without naming Tigray — this is beyond irresponsible.
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If the internet is a public good and a human right, as some panel speakers noted, then universal access to all citizens in Ethiopia is non-negotiable #TigrayCantWait. Re-watch this session: invidious.fdn.fr/watch?v=yX0N_o11… #SDG10 #SDG9 #SDG8
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The complicity of human rights defenders, policy advocates, and feminist advocates regarding the internet shutdown in Tigray at #IGF2022 is one way in which #InternetShutdowns and human rights violations in many countries, including Ethiopia, are sustained.
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We say this with care and love to our feminist friends and tech justice allies who are at #IGF2022. Funding and partnerships, esp. in the Global South, often rely on participating in these international conferences, but we can do better by Tigray, in solidarity. #ReconnectTigray
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As we #DecolonizetheInternet & work towards a #feministInternet, especially as marginalized folks from the Global Majority world, let’s hold ourselves & our own governments accountable. Colonial technologies shouldn’t be replicated on our own peoples. Let’s do better, together.
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As we point out these hard truths with solidarity and love to the larger feminist digital rights community, let’s continue centering and let us be guided by wonderful activists from #Tigray @MuluBK @Melhabtu @SelamGYi 👇🏾
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Despite open letters + articles written about the Tigrayan genocide, #IGF2022 was still held in Ethiopia. This is an endorsement of what the Ethiopian government is doing, says @SelamGYi, and “it is disgraceful to see such a well-reputed forum organized in Ethiopia.” #KeepItOn
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Apologists for the genocide have accused Tigrayan activists of “misinformation”. But it is the Ethiopian govt that’s involved in destroying the evidence – first-person testimonies – of atrocities in the region through weaponizing internet shutdowns. Hear more from @Melhabtu. ⬇️
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The silencing and lack of accountability for the crimes happening in #Tigray show how “laws and institutions, how the world basically functions, [are] an instance of how unjust the world is,” says Tigrayan lawyer (@MuluBK). #TigrayCantWait #IGF2022
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#IGF2022 may be at an end, but we must continue pushing for concrete actions to end the #InternetShutdown in #Tigray & calling out its dire consequences; not silencing them. We must support, center, and affirm Tigrayan voices and narratives as we #DecolonizeTheInternet together

Dec 2, 2022 · 4:07 PM UTC

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