Both the form and content of the newest insurgencies embody essential aspects of our age of information. Their novelty opens up new possibilities for presence, mobilization and social change.
Many of the industrial economy's industries and organizations will fail if left unchanged.
The F Word
The F Word speaks with Juliane Okot Bitek, a woman who has been close to the conflict in Northern Uganda since 1986 and the president of the Acholi Community of British Columbia society.
How do you explain to enthusiastic youth that the persuasive Kony 2012 campaign, urging them to do human rights direct action, is, uh... great, but... there's a problem... ?
Hey everyone, I just wanted to give you a heads up about the Kony 2012 campaign, gone viral as a social media success story with an important message to boot.
I gave up on newspapers years ago. I haven't given up reading them, but I've packed in talking to them about the future.
What are QR codes and how activists can use them
The first-ever Twitter Moot will examine the impact of social media on the justice system.
The Supreme Court of Canada's Chief Justice, Beverly McLachlan, raised many virtual eyebrows on January 31 when she expressed concern about the impacts of social media on Canada's justice system.
Journalists for Human Rights
jhr hr social media correspondent @DamianoR sits down with Darren Shore, communication co-ordinator for Voices-Voix, a coalition of Canadian organizations defending dissent in Canada.