Mobilisation is the key to campaigning. Tactical Tech's Info-Activism work provides tools to help rights advocates create, find and utilise information tactically.
A platform for critical debate around technology with a gender perspective
A holistic and feminist perspective on privacy and digital security trainings.
A residency in Montenegro to make a toolkit on evidence-gathering for those passionate about digital and non-digital investigations.
An essay exploring the concept of technofixes - the use of data and technology to solve social, environmental and political problems.
The Data Investigation Camp was held in Perast, Montenegro between the 20th and 24th of July 2017.
Exposing the Invisible Film Series
An informal space for activists, technologists, artists and researchers to present their works-in-progress.
Visualising Information for Advocacy
Women's Rights Campaigning Info-activism Toolkit
Case study contributed to the book Agents of Alternatives (2015)
Chapter contributed to the book "Diversity & Design: understanding the Hidden Consequences" (2014)
Tactical Tech's Creative Agency for Advocacy.
Info-Activism How-to Guide
Why are houses collapsing in Egypt?
4 issues compiling multimedia stories about and by the participants at Tactical Tech's Info-Activism Camp 2013.
10 Tactics Unstitched grew out of our original film and deck of cards, illustrating the concepts and practices of information-activism.
Drawing by Numbers
Ten Tactics Remixed
Sex Worker Voices
The Land Matrix
Ten Tactics: Cards in Arabic
Products of Slavery
Exploring the issue of e-waste in Delhi.
Visualising Women's Rights in the Arab World
Maps for Advocacy
The Info-Activism Camp was held in Bangalore, India between the 19th and 25th of February 2009
The 10 Tactics project was launched in 2009 with a film on how digital technologies can be used to create meaningful change.
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.
Mobiles in-a-box was a toolkit published in 2008, designed to help advocacy organisations use mobile technology in their work.
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.
A detailed methodology for running Source Camps, focused on promoting the use of free and open source software for non-profits. Published in 2003.