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Digital discourse: How going online is keeping Kadazan and other indigenous languages alive in Borneo
Kadazan is considered an endangered language in Sabah, MalaysiaOriginally published on Rising VoicesPhoto provided by Jeannet Stephen and used with permission. Editor’s note: From April 14-20, 2021, J …

For stateless and scattered Tibetans, a new online tool helps voters make an informed choice
‘Smartvote Tibet’ attempts to fill gaps for a nascent democracy Originally published on Rising VoicesScreenshot from a SmartVoteTibet channel YouTube video encouraging Tibetans living in exile to part …

Exploring the intersection of African languages and digital rights at the DRIF 2021
Panel will be held on Monday, April 12th at 14:15 UTC.Originally published on Rising Voices Rising Voices will be participating in the Digital Rights & Inclusion Forum on Monday, April 12th by conveni …

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