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Latest revision as of 13:31, 7 March 2017

Campaigning for privacy: sharing experiences, failures and victories
Presenter(s) Derechos Digitales, Tactical Tech, Fundación Karisma, Coding Rights, Privacy International, Peng Collective
Title(s)
Organization(s) Derechos Digitales, Tactical Tech, Fundación Karisma, Coding Rights, Privacy International, Peng Collective
Project(s)
Country(ies) Chile, Colombia, Brazil, Germany, United Kingdom
Social media
2017 theme Communications & Design

In this sesion, privacy advocates from Europe and Latin America will share their different approaches to campaigning on privacy issues, such as digital security, anonymity and data protection.

The speakers were selected for their experience in the field, their commitment to privacy advocacy and the quality of their work. The idea is to share a dialogue with members of other organizations, mainly less experienced ones in campaigning work.

The speakers will explain their working process and will present examples of the campaign products they have developed over time; we will talk about the difficulties and the solutions we have found, the ideas that didn't work and the ones that did, the unexpected findings and, of course, our little victories.

The goal is to inspire ourselves, learn different approaches and methodologies, learn from other people mistakes, share ideas, find potential partners for future projects and open up the possibilities of our work.

Format Conversation
Target Groups civil society, activists
Length 1
Skill Level Novice
Language English


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