(Zimbabwe - 2014 Fellow) Human rights activist, blogger, and social media influencer.
(Senegal - 2014 Fellow) Séne combines web activism with musical talent to foster political and humanitarian dialogue, primarily through a project called Journal Rappé (“Rapped News”).
(Turkey - 2014 Fellow) Co-founder and co-coordinator of the Turkish website ‘bobiler.org’, a platform for political satire.
(Kyrgyzstan - 2014) A founder of the Kloop Media Foundation in Kyrgyzstan, an organization that promotes freedom of speech by educating the next generation of journalists in Central Asia.
Antonio Enrique Gonzalez Rodilez Fernandez
(Cuba - 2014 Fellow) Political activist who coordinates “Estado de Sats,” a forum created in July 2010 to encourage debate on social, cultural and political issues in Cuba.
(Sudan - 2013 Fellow) Citizen journalist from Sudan. Contributor to Global Voices @simsimt
(Nigeria - 2013 Fellow) Executive Director of Media Rights Agenda, a group, which for more than 10 years has been in the forefront of campaigns for the passage of Freedom of Information Bill into law in Nigeria @EdetOjo
(2013 Fellow - Australia) Research manager and editor for Small Media in London working with her team to increase the flow of information into and out of Iran. Author of Reverberations of Dissent.
(China - 2013) Michael Anti (Jing Zhao 赵静) is a Chinese journalist and political blogger known for his posts about freedom of the press in China. @mranti
(Ghana - 2013) Social Blogger, Writer, IT Professional and Digital Activist @MacJordaN
(Russia - 2013 Fellow) Independent journalist and co-founder of the grassroots police monitoring organization OVD-info. @okhotin
(Zambia - 2015) Meluse Kapatamoyo is a female Journalist and blogger living in Zambia’s capital, Lusaka. She has been a freelance journalist since 2003.
(Azerbaijan - 2012 Fellow) Writer and dissident who has actively used online networking tools to spread information about human rights violations. He was imprisoned for 16 months for his critical views about the government.
Koundjoro Gabriel Kambou
(Burkina Faso - 2012 Fellow): Journalist-reporter at Lefaso.net, works to promote human rights and democracy particularly among young people.
(India - 2012 Fellow) Program manager at the Centre for Internet and Society in Bangalore, public policy advocate on Internet governance,online freedom of expression, and intellectual property rights reform.
(Cambodia - 2012 Fellow) Program Director of the Cambodia Center for Human Rights (CCHR) and one of Cambodia’s leading human rights bloggers.
(Syria - 2012 Fellow): Activist and IT engineer working to provide Syrians with digital security resources and assistance so that they can utilize online communications and advocacy freely and securely.
(Venezuela - 2012): Activist committed to generating digital tools that empower Venezuelans to better exercise their human rights. Founder of a digital initiative that seeks to build a volunteer base from civil society to promote the right of association.
(Tunisia - 2011 Fellow) Journalist and Blogger
Kwon Eun Kyoung
(Korea - 2011 Fellow) International affairs manager at Open Radio for North Korea and editor at the "Daily NK," a newspaper written by South Korean NGO activists, journalists and North Korean defectors exiled in South Korea.
(Indonesia - 2011 Fellow) Journalist, author and human rights advocate, he is Indonesia Researcher for Human Rights Watch. Blog Twitter: @andreasharsono
Wen Yunchao (Bei Fung)
(China - 2011) Chinese human rights activist and journalist based in new media. @wenyunchao
(Uganda - 2011 Fellow) Multimedia journalist with a specialization in the new media, conflict and development.
(Egypt - 2011 Fellow) Well known journalist, blogger, and human rights activist, who blogs at Misr Digital (Egyptian Awareness)
Aung San Thar
(Burma - 2011 Fellow) Journalist, filmmaker and media activist, worked as an undercover video journalist for the satelite TV channel Democratic Voice of Burma.