MATERIALS AND RESOURCES / WORKSHOPS, TRAININGS AND EVENTS
Through our work with groups and individuals - human rights defenders, accountability and transparency advocates, independent journalists, activist groups and others - we have created and co-created a range of materials and resources over the years. These generally take the form of online toolkits, printed guides, and films and animations.
We continue to be actively engaged with the communities we work with, through workshops, trainings and events, and of course through collaboration with local partners, and this in turn informs our materials.
ADAPTATION AND TRANSLATION
All of our materials are licensed under Creative Commons licensing, so that they may be shared and used as widely as possible. We also welcome (and encourage!) adaptations and translations.
A lot of our materials are available in multiple languages; much of this translation has been done by volunteers. If you'd like to translate any of our materials into your own language, please get in touch!
Tactical Tech's Gender & Tech project hosted a workshop with Caroline Sinders to explore what design thinking approaches could tell us about understanding online harassment. Here, Maya Ganesh writes about this workshop in two parts.