Community Knowledge Share

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CKS were created in response to the COVID-19, to provide the IFF community with a regular space to learn and share knowledge.

Get Ready for the Community Knowledge Share (CKS) Series!

The Community Knowledge Share workshop series brings to you a diversity of online gathering every week lead by community leaders in the Internet Freedom field.

CKS focus on a variety of topics found in the digital rights, privacy and security space ranging from technology infrastructure to community health to regional research. CKS last 1-2 hours, are capped at 25 seats, and are interactive, allowing the community not just to learn and share knowledge, but also to brainstorm on issues together!

Example of Past CKS Workshops:

  • @ Internet routing architecture and human rights (lead by Neils ten Oever)
  • @ Online Facilitation: Captivating Your Remote Teams and Meetings (lead by Trinh Nguyen)
  • @ Constructing Feminist Tech through Fiction (lead by Dalia Othman, Helene von Schwichow, and Katrin Fritsch)

CKS are designed to:

  • Deepen your knowledge in a particular area
  • Connect with others interested in the same topics or areas
  • Promote collaboration and the fomentation of partnerships across regions and disciplines
  • Showcase and celebrate the amazing people that are leading our community!


Calendar of Events for scheduled CKS sessions
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CKS Notes for notes of past gatherings topics
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We are currently looking for a range of presenters focusing on a diversity of issues. If interested, email team@internetfreedomfestival.org