This guide provides approachable, friendly guidance for new trainers (or even a reminder for those with more experience), to help them build and hold their own digital security trainings—they can even keep it open in front of them while they’re training.
The SafeSister Fellowship is a joint initiative of Internews and Defend Defenders that seeks to address the growing threats that women in East Africa face on the internet, including online harassment, violence, and hate speech.
As a part of our efforts to connect advocates with well informed, relevant resources, Internews partnered with Pollicy to create simple resources outlining how to develop a communications strategy that targets specific, individual audiences.
The Tech-Policy Hackathon Toolkit aims to serve as an interactive “how-to” guide for both organizers and facilitators who are interested in holding a Tech-Policy Hackathon, an event that is focused on bridging the gap between digital rights advocates and technologists.
This project aimed to raise awareness of digital rights issues through artistic expression. Participating artists learned the fundamental concepts of digital rights and internet freedom - such as privacy, transparency, freedom of expression and surveillance. The works developed by those artists were presented at a free public art exhibition called the “Internet Freedom Art Festival.”
This report draws from interviews and first person accounts on the state of internet access for rural women in the far northeast of India to illustrate the importance of stronger digital rights protections in rural areas.
Amidst the ongoing internet disruptions and political crisis in the Anglophone region of the country, this report aims to raise awareness about digital rights as an enabler of socio-economic development in Cameroon, and to advocate for open internet access and human rights online.