This section comprises all of the videos in our YouTube Playlist. The videos deal with the right to access to information, digital migration and human rights online. The videos are grouped by language: English (and some with English sign language), Kiswahili, Deutsch, Le français, and Português. Please see the sections below.
Fesmedia Africa introduces the Africa Media Barometer (AMB), its flagship project, implemented in partnership with the Media Institute for Southern Africa (MISA).
As part of Fesmedia Africa’s mission to promote freedom of information, freedom of expression and the importance of media’s role of facilitating dialogue in society, we present this video about the International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI). This day was proclaimed on the 15th of October 2019 at the 74th UN General Assembly to be celebrated on 28th September every year.
This year’s official World Press Freedom Day celebrations were held in Windhoek, Namibia to acknowledge the fact that the Windhoek Declaration of 1991 was instrumental in the day becoming a UN International Day.
In celebration of this important day, fesmedia Africa launched a video entitled “Reflections on WPFD”
Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted in 1948 states that: “Everyone has a right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right include freedom of opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.”
With this in mind, we chose to highlight that efforts need to be made so that people with disabilities are included with “everyone”, as called for by the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and in the spirit of leaving no-one behind which anchors the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development. Please share and let us know your thoughts.
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A unique coalition of African experts in human rights, media freedom, freedom of expression and civic participation on the continent first came together in 2009 and later formally established itself as the working group of the African Platform on Access to Information (APAI) in 2011.
The animated film "Implementing Access to Information in Africa: Moving Forward Together" offers a solid overview of the steps and actors necessary to ensure that an effective implementation of access to information legislation becomes a reality.
Exercising one's right to information is the oxygen for democracy. Access to information is increasingly recognised as a prerequisite for transparency and accountability of governments, as a means of safeguarding citizens against mismanagement and corruption, and facilitating people's ability to make informed decisions about their lives.
ATI for ALL is our short film highlighting barriers to access to information that some people experience. Please share and let us know your thoughts.
Why is access to information important for children and where can they get information from? The film “If you never ask, you will never know” highlights the importance of access to information and access to knowledge to empower children to influence their lives and actively participate in society.
The SOS Coalition and Cape Town TV produced a 54 minute documentary on South Africa's digital transition to terrestrial television. The fourth video “What stalled the DTT migration process?” outlines the history of the DTT migration process.
The SOS Coalition and Cape Town TV produced a 54 minute documentary on South Africa's digital transition to terrestrial television. The third video “What is signal encryption” explains the term signal encryption and highlights the options of set-top box control in South-Africa.
The SOS Coalition and Cape Town TV produced a 54 minute documentary on South Africa's digital transition to terrestrial television. The second video “What channels will the DTT multiplexes offer” explains the advantages of the Digital transmission and outlines the offer of TV channels.
Why is the access to information important for children and where can they get their information from? The film “If you never ask, you will never know” deals with the importance of questioning and how access to information empowers children to act, think, react and to participate in society. It covers various issues on human rights, right to information, public participation, political inclusion and social inequality.
Utekelezaji wa haki ya mtu kupata habari, ni muhimu kwa demokrasia. ni sharti kwa ajili ya uwazi na uwajibikaji wa serikali, ni njia ya kulinda raia dhidi ya rushwa na usimamizi mbovu, pia kuwezesha watu kufanya maamuzi sahihi kuhusu maisha yao.
Im Film "If you never ask, you will never know" geht es um die Wichtigkeit Fragen zu stellen und wie der Zugang zu Informationen Kinder dazu befähigt, zu handeln, kritisch zu denken, zu reagieren und an der Gesellschaft teilzuhaben.
Zum internationalen „Access to Information“ Tag der Vereinten Nationen am 28. September hat fesmedia Africa ein kurzes Video „ATI für ALLE“ herausgegeben, das die Problematik vieler Menschen in Bezug auf den freien Zugang zu Informationen aufzeigt.
L'occasion de la Journée Internationale des Nations Unies pour l'Accès Universel à l'Information, le 28 Septembre, fesmedia Afrique a lancé une courte vidéo « ATI pour TOUS » - qui met en évidence les obstacles à l'Accès à l'Information que certaines personnes rencontrent.
Pour prendre des décisions importantes dans nos vies et nos sociétés, nous avons besoin d'informations. Nous devons savoir quels sont nos droits. Nous devons savoir comment nos communautés sont gérées. Nous devons savoir comment nos pays sont gérés.
De modo a podermos fazer opções importantes na nossa vida e nas nossas sociedades necessitamos de informação. Necessitamos de saber quais são os nossos direitos. Necessitamos de saber o modo como as nossas comunidades estão a ser geridas. Necessitamos de saber o modo como os nossos países estão a ser geridos.