From January 30th to February 2nd, the Manipal Centre for Philosophy and Humanities and IT For Change organized a Workshop on Social Justice in an Internet-Mediated World. It welcomed presentations from teachers and students from the centre, as well as from external speakers.
Click on the links below to access the reports written by the MCPH students, on each of the lectures.
Social Justice Frameworks and Internet
Murali Shanmughavelan, Jasmeen Patheja:
Internet and New Activism: The dawn of a new democracy?
Social Justice and the Network Society – Towards a Theoretical Frame
Solomon Prakash, T.Vishnu Vardhan, Kiran Jonnalagadda:
Where are the Alternatives? Is distributed power possible?
Where is State Power in Network Society?
Social Justice in an Internet-Mediated World
Parminder Jeet Singh:
What is the Internet? Tracing the Locus of its Power
Gurumurthy Kasinathan, Prabir Purkayastha:
The Internet Promotes Sharing and Caring (Debate)
Global Justice post-Snowden
Meera Baindur & Nikhil Govind:
An Information Society for the Future – Towards an Ethical Framework
Manifesto for an Equitable, Just and Democratic Internet
Click on the image below to access the album page of the workshop pictures: