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Beijing-based blogger Woeser reports about the current situation in Tibet. Woeser, an outspoken critic of Chinese government policies in Tibet, has written about a series of recent self-immolation among monks and arrests of Tibetan intellectuals in western China.

আবু সুফিয়ান’এর ব্লগ

Abu Sufian raises his voice against injustice of many kinds in the society. Currently he is focusing on the state of law and order, particularly the recent killing of the journalists Sagar and Runi. He is also promoting the “Right to Information” act, which would force the government to become more transparent. He has been vocal against the extra-judicial killings that plagued Bangladesh. While many in the mainstream media ignore the issue that costs thousands of lives, Abu risks his own life to report on the crimes in detail.

Тот самый Терновский

The blogger and photographer Dmitry Ternowsky called on the blogger community to turn Russia into a “country without acts of idiocy.” He means the daily problems that exist because of arbitrariness, corruption and simple stupidity of Russian officials. Examples include unjust bans on photography and the confiscation of public parking areas by dubious companies that demand parking fees of the public. Ternowsky presents a problems and issues in the blogosphere to attract media attention and has already tasted success: the photography ban on the Kremlin grounds has been lifted.

کمپین ۹۹

“We decided to talk with 99 people engaged in the Occupy Wall Street Movement around the world. We listen to each person’s narrative of why s/he has joined the Occupy Wall Street Movement. Then we narrate the life story of an Iranian prisoner of conscience for that person. After this mutual exchange of stories, we ask the person to send a message to and make a poster for that Iranian prisoner. While s/he is holding the poster, we take a picture. This is for global solidarity.”

مدونة تريلا

The author of the blog writes mainly about freedom of expression and how citizen journalist can use technology to maintain their privacy online. The posts quality is high, the blog is frequently updated and its design is clean and content is easily accessible.

Maka angola

“Maka” is a noun in Kimbundu, one of the indigenous languages of Angola, and refers to a delicate, complex or serious problem, and the blog Maka Angola, is dedicated to the struggle against corruption in the African country. It denounces abuses of power and serves as a voice against socio-economic exclusion and the violation of human rights. The blogs collects and investigates complaints by Angolan citizens regarding acts of corruption and abuse of power.

Cali Ciudad sitiada

With 22 years experience as a journalist in some of Colombia’s most important media, Juan Carlos Díaz writes in his blog about what is happening in the city of Cali. His blog contains testimonials dealing with the drug cartels and violence in the streets of the city. As the name of the blog says: Cali is a city under siege.

Syrian Coordination Committees

The Local Coordinating Committees of Syria (LCCSyria) is an umbrella organization, formed organically by people in Syria, with members from most cities and many smaller towns across the country. Collectively, it documents abuses against the Syrian people by the current regime. The activists who contribute to LCCSyria do so at great personal risk to themselves.

Zentrum für politische Schönheit

The Center for Political Beauty is a confluence of performance artists and creatives who combine human rights with performance art.

Dunia Anggara

One lawyer’s blog on freedom of expression and Indonesian legal cases. Dunia Anggara is a personal blog that contains the views and opinions of the author concerning legal issues that are being discussed by the public.

Vox Maroc

Vox Maroc is mainly written by Zineb El Rhazoui and Ali Amar, two Moroccan journalists living in exile, and moderated by illustrator Curzio. It aims to be the voice of censored freedom of expression in Morocco The blog came into being after a wave of bans was put into effect in Morocco against independent media outlets in 2009 and 2010.