The Glass Room

The Glass Room: Misinformation Edition

The Glass Room: Misinformation Edition explores how social media and the web have changed the way we read information and react to it. This new exhibition, which can be visited online or hosted offline, tackles all forms of misinformation.
Consultancy Call: Digital Security Specialist
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Consultancy Call: Digital Security Specialist

We are looking for experienced Digital Security Specialists to contribute to educational materials to train journalists, human rights defenders, and civil society on leading investigations, in particular to combat misinformation, with an emphasis on digital security. The materials will be geared toward Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, MENA, and Southeast Asia.

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Data and Politics

Your Data, Our Democracy

As elections become increasingly data-intensive, our personal data is becoming a political asset for campaigns to leverage. This new animation, in English and Dutch, explains how this process happens - and what we can do about it.

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The Glass Room

Misinformation Edition: Translations

The Glass Room: Misinformation Edition, which can be visited online or hosted offline, has been translated into French, German, Spanish, Italian, Swedish, Slovenian, Lithuanian and Ukrainian, with more coming soon. Take a look and visit the exhibition virtually in your preferred language!

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Data and Politics

A Voter's Guide: 7 Tips to Detox Your Data

Our Voter’s Guide explains how personal data is collected and used by political parties and candidates – and what voters can do about it. The seven tips are now available in both English and Dutch.

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Youth and Technology

A Data Detox Kit for Young People

Data Detox x Youth is an activity book to help young people take control of their tech. This interactive toolkit encourages young people to think about different aspects of their digital lives, from their social media profiles to their passwords, with simple activities for reflection and play.

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Youth and Technology

Predictive Futures

This summer, tens of thousands of British school students took to the streets to protest the use of an algorithm that predicted their end-of-school grades. A new article on Medium from the coordinator of our Youth project, Daisy Kidd, looks at the normalisation of monitoring and surveillance in education.

Exposing the Invisible

Investigative Institute: Deadline Extended

The deadline for applications to our 'Exposing the Invisible' Investigative Institute from January-February 2021 has been extended to 11th December. Join us for a three-week online workshop to share skills and techniques for secure investigations and digital research methods across the European Union.

Data and Activism

Event Promotion for Organisers

This new chapter of the Organiser's Activity Book from our Data & Activism project looks at event promotion. The playful activities, aimed at organisers, campaigners and human rights defenders, explore the consequences, risks and benefits of using tools like social media in terms of personal data.