Consider the languages you speak, think, dream or write in. Of those languages, how many are you able to fully share and communicate in digital spaces? Have you had to learn a different language from your own to access and contribute to the internet?
Join Anasuya Sengupta and Claudia Pozo from Whose Knowledge?, Digital geographer and data scientist Martin Dittus, Puthiya Purayil Sneha from the Centre for Internet and Society (India), and queer and disabilities rights activist & author Ishan Chakraborty, in this conversation on language and knowledge justice, as they present the first ever State of the Internet’s Languages report at RightsCon 2022.
Anasuya Sengupta, Claudia Pozo, Ishan Chakraborty, Martin Dittus, and Puthiya Purayil Sneha at RightsCon 2022.
Access Now | June 7, 2022