Toolkits + guides
Me and my shadow [key project]
Me and My Shadow
A data-day in london
A poster visualising the privacy terms and conditions of the products and services we use day to day.
Data detox kit
An 8-day guide towards a healthier, more in control digital self.
Security in-a-box [key project]
A strategy manual to help human rights defenders maintain their well-being in action.
Cert check me
helps you understand security warnings and evaluate the risks involved if you choose to override them.
Digital security for environmental rights defenders in sub-saharan africa
Digital Security tools and tactics for Environmental Rights Defenders in sub-Saharan Africa.
Digital security: tools and tactics for the lgbti community in the middle east and north africa
Security in a Box Community Focus: Arabic-speaking LGBT Community
Women's rights campaigning info-activism toolkit
Women's Rights Campaigning Info-activism Toolkit
The info-activism how-to guide
Info-Activism How-to Guide
School of data courses
The School of Data
10 tactics unstitched
10 Tactics Unstitched grew out of our original film and deck of cards, illustrating the concepts and practices of information-activism.
Drawing by numbers
Drawing by Numbers
10 tactics remixed
Ten Tactics Remixed
Arabic info-activism cards
Ten Tactics: Cards in Arabic
Flash training materials
Flash Training Materials
Maps for advocacy
Maps for Advocacy
The 10 Tactics project was launched in 2009 with a film on how digital technologies can be used to create meaningful change.
Mobiles in-a-box was a toolkit published in 2008, designed to help advocacy organisations use mobile technology in their work.
The quick 'n easy guide to online advocacy
An introduction to online services that were quick to use and easy to understand. Published in 2008.
The original in-a-box series of toolkits, including the Base, Audio Visual, Security, and Open Publishing editions. Launched in 2003.
Tools and tactics for communicating your cause. Released in 2008.
Source camp replication materials
A detailed methodology for running Source Camps, focused on promoting the use of free and open source software for non-profits. Published in 2003.