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Digital transformation and the
role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Sanjana Hattotuwa
Centre for Policy Alternatives
TED Fel...
media landscape what’s out there today
1.13 billion daily active users on average for June
2016
350 million photos uploaded every day
Approximately 84.5% of dail...
• Not everyone needs to be connected to web to be
influenced by it
• The influence of content on social media in
particular,...
mobile first design and develop for mobile
CSO & digital activism three key drivers
unlimited storage bounded only by imagination
broadband faster and cheaper web access
smartphones ubiquitous production
what’s new?
• Ubiquity of two way communications
• Addressable peoples, even those who IDPs or refugees
• Disintermediated...
instagram mobile photography
everydaysrilanka rotation curation, multiple
perspectives
abdul halik-azziz research, insight, perspective
and photography
abdul halik-azziz research, insight, perspective
and photography
right to the city instagram for activism
whatsapp instant messaging for
advocacy
remembering the politics of memory online
visualising hidden narratives
The end of war
Zero civilian casualties vs. ground realities
Mass graves
From 2009 to end of 2011
storytelling new ways of voicing the
inconvenient
identity using video for activism
elections monitoring, voter education,
mobilisation, alerts
online video using video for activism
drone video using drones for situation
awareness, perspective
360 video immersive content
facebook live live feed from anywhere
facebook live global phenomenon
facebook video going viral over mobile
facebook video long-tail, high engagement
critical questions who controls the content?
constant partial attention a tsunami of information
the dopamine effect less is more?
activism vs. surveillance the tension between privacy
and advocacy
identity online
the tension between anonymity
leading to trolling, and need for
anonymity
crisis of the imagination
inability to envision creative
ways of engaging, without
funding
slacktivism how do you move from clicks
to meaningful engagement?
Their stories matter
Tech secondary
thank you
sanjanah@gmail.com
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka
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The Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung für die Freiheit Regional office South Asia organized a regional seminar on "Promoting Liberty Digitally" in Sri Lanka from 15th to 17th October 2016. I was asked to speak on "Digital transformation and the role of Civil Society in Sri Lanka" and to be present at a group discussion on "Civil rights and the Internet".

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Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka

  1. 1. Digital transformation and the role of civil society in Sri Lanka Sanjana Hattotuwa Centre for Policy Alternatives TED Fellow Alumn
  2. 2. media landscape what’s out there today
  3. 3. 1.13 billion daily active users on average for June 2016 350 million photos uploaded every day Approximately 84.5% of daily active users are outside the US and Canada
  4. 4. • Not everyone needs to be connected to web to be influenced by it • The influence of content on social media in particular, and online content in general, extends to groups well beyond those who are directly connected to, and participating in these online networks. • This also puts to rest the often quoted myth that since Internet penetration is relatively low in the country, content shared online has little to no footprint in the larger public consciousness.
  5. 5. mobile first design and develop for mobile
  6. 6. CSO & digital activism three key drivers
  7. 7. unlimited storage bounded only by imagination
  8. 8. broadband faster and cheaper web access
  9. 9. smartphones ubiquitous production
  10. 10. what’s new? • Ubiquity of two way communications • Addressable peoples, even those who IDPs or refugees • Disintermediated models vs. traditional media model • People as producers • Low resolution, hyperlocal helps focus and granularity • Aggregation of low resolution helps macro analysis and strategy
  11. 11. instagram mobile photography
  12. 12. everydaysrilanka rotation curation, multiple perspectives
  13. 13. abdul halik-azziz research, insight, perspective and photography
  14. 14. abdul halik-azziz research, insight, perspective and photography
  15. 15. right to the city instagram for activism
  16. 16. whatsapp instant messaging for advocacy
  17. 17. remembering the politics of memory online
  18. 18. visualising hidden narratives
  19. 19. The end of war Zero civilian casualties vs. ground realities
  20. 20. Mass graves From 2009 to end of 2011
  21. 21. storytelling new ways of voicing the inconvenient
  22. 22. identity using video for activism
  23. 23. elections monitoring, voter education, mobilisation, alerts
  24. 24. online video using video for activism
  25. 25. drone video using drones for situation awareness, perspective
  26. 26. 360 video immersive content
  27. 27. facebook live live feed from anywhere
  28. 28. facebook live global phenomenon
  29. 29. facebook video going viral over mobile
  30. 30. facebook video long-tail, high engagement
  31. 31. critical questions who controls the content?
  32. 32. constant partial attention a tsunami of information
  33. 33. the dopamine effect less is more?
  34. 34. activism vs. surveillance the tension between privacy and advocacy
  35. 35. identity online the tension between anonymity leading to trolling, and need for anonymity
  36. 36. crisis of the imagination inability to envision creative ways of engaging, without funding
  37. 37. slacktivism how do you move from clicks to meaningful engagement?
  38. 38. Their stories matter Tech secondary
  39. 39. thank you sanjanah@gmail.com

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