Open source and free software to communicate securely online.
This booklet provides an introduction to the effective use of technology for activism, with links to step-by-step guides and further information. It is written with a UK focus however is useful in other contexts.
The tools discussed here could be of use to:
journalists wanting to protect themselves and their sources
researchers investigating corporate and state wrong doing
NGOs, charities and campaign groups
local environmental or pressure groups
anyone communicating digitally who doesn’t trust the authorities of tomorrow
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Maya Bhullar has over 15 years of professional experience in such diverse areas as migration, labour, urban planning and community mobilization. She has a particular interest in grassroots engagement,...
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