Trainings + events
Glass room experience [key project]
A portable exhibition on data and privacy that Tactical Tech are sending out to organisations, events and individuals around the world.
Citizen investigation toolkit residency 2018
A residency in Montenegro to make a toolkit on evidence-gathering for those passionate about digital and non-digital investigations.
Data investigation camp 2017
The Data Investigation Camp was held in Perast, Montenegro between the 20th and 24th of July 2017.
The glass room london
Coming to London from 25 October - 12 November, 2017. The Glass Room is a pop-up shop with a twist: a space for reflection, experimentation and play on how we live our lives online.
The glass room nyc
The Glass Room is a pop-up shop with a twist: a space for reflection, experimentation and play on how we live our lives online. The Glass Room NYC took place between November 29th and December 18th 2016.
Llamada abierta para el instituto de género y tecnología en latinoamerica / 18-22 junio 2018
Open call for the Gender and Technology Institute in Latin America / 18th - 22nd June 2018
Nervous systems: quantified life and the social question
An exhibition in collaboration with Berlin's Haus der Kulturen der Welt, co-curated by Stephanie Hankey, Marek Tuszynski and Anselm Franke. Exhibition: 11 March - 9 May 2016.
An informal space for activists, technologists, artists and researchers to present their works-in-progress.
A collection of digital security training materials - videos, toolkits, guides - by us and others.
Digital security trainings [2005-]
Ono digital security game
Game for digital security training.
Returning to tech after online harassment
How does our relationship with technology change following an online attack?
Gender and tech institute
Privacy advocacy and digital security from a gender perspective.
Info-activism camp 2013
Info-activism camp 2009
The Info-Activism Camp was held in Bangalore, India between the 19th and 25th of February 2009
Source camps: 2003-2009
From 2005 to 2009 we co-hosted seven Source Camps in Asia, Africa and Eastern Europe, based on our Source Camp methodology published in 2003.