CMEV & Groundviews updates over your mobile
22 December 2014, Colombo, Sri Lanka: Groundviews, together with the Centre for Monitoring Election Violence (CMEV), both institutionally located at the Centre for Policy Alternatives, are now publishing key updates via WhatsApp as well as through a new Instagram account, launched today.
If you have WhatsApp installed, save +94 72 777 2810 as a new contact in your address book and send us a message (e.g. Hi! Please subscribe me) to add yourself to our distribution list.
WhatsApp is available for iPhone, BlackBerry, Android, Windows Phone and Nokia smartphones. Using the app, CMEV and Groundviews will send information via text, photos, videos and audio recordings in real-time.
Sending and receiving content on WhatsApp, from anywhere in the world, across any mobile network and over any compatible smartphone, is free.
Groundviews and CMEV are also now on Instagram. Follow us via @groundviews for updates.
The Centre for Monitoring Election Violence (CMEV) was formed in 1997 by the Centre for Policy Alternatives (CPA), the Free Media Movement (FMM) and the Coalition Against Political Violence as an independent and non-partisan organisation to monitor the incidence of election related violence. Currently, CMEV is made up of CPA, FMM and INFORM Human Rights Documentation Centre.
Groundviews is an award-winning civic media initiative, based in Sri Lanka. The site uses a range of genres and media to highlight alternative perspectives on governance, human rights, the arts and literature, peacebuilding and other issues. Groundviews was awarded the prestigious Manthan Award South Asia in 2009. The grand jury’s evaluation of the site noted, “What no media dares to report, Groundviews publicly exposes. It’s a new age media for a new Sri Lanka... Free media at it’s very best!”