The internet can represent an open door for many kinds of violations to the integrity of women’s human rights advocates if security measures are not adopted. Women defenders in particular face many unique threats and obstacles both offline and online. Technology-related violence against women in particular, is a frightening new reality. The following list of organizations are involved in training, support and advice in relation to digital security, women’s rights and safety online and human rights on the internet.
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The following organizations featured in this online directory issue appeals and mobilize international solidarity in response to urgent situations regarding women human rights defenders (WHRDs).
One way to ensure the safety of human rights defenders is to provide visible recognition to their work through the use of appropriate publicity and raising their profiles in the media. The following is a list of organizations sorted by region that offer awards, fellowships, and sponsorship programs.
This webpage offers guides on how to do things from securing your email and encrypting your files, to securing your online storage and privatising your online messaging. They have also compiled 150+ tools and resources to help protect your privacy online.
El Instituto de Defensa Legal (IDL) es una voz importante de la sociedad civil peruana y un referente en el ámbito de América Latina y la región andina. Combina un conocimiento de la realidad interna del país y las necesidades de la población con la capacidad de formulación de propuestas técnicas que aportan al debate…
This guide from Equally Ours provides practical advice on communicating human rights with public audiences, based on detailed research into people’s understanding, attitudes and responses to different messages.
We, The Protestors exists as a space for protestors nationwide to access the tools and resources to mobilize and organize It is a hub and a source of information. This will never replace the pace and power of Twitter, the flow of Tumblr, or the grace of Instagram – social media has sustained the movement.…
Founded in 2006, the Movement Advancement Project is an independent think tank that provides rigorous research, insight and analysis that help speed equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people. MAP’s work is focused on three primary areas: policy & issue analysis, LGBT movement overviews, and effective messaging.