Additional resources


Coding rights

Brazilian-born women lead Think-and-Do tank that aims to advance in the enforcement of Human Rights in the digital world by integrating usages and understandings of technology into policy making processes.

Cuida tu info

Security of information and communication.

Derechos Digitales

Latin American independent organization and non-profit founded in 2005 and whose main objective is the development, defense and promotion of human rights in the digital environment in the region.

Feminist Internet

Works towards empowering more women and queer persons – in all our diversities – to fully enjoy our rights, engage in pleasure and play, and dismantle patriarchy.

Gender Sec wiki | Tactical Tech

This manual is a community-built resource for our growing community of women and trans* activists, human rights defenders and technologists.

Karisma Foundation

A civil society organization dedicated to supporting and spreading the good use of technologies in digital environments.

Me and My Shadow

Tactical Tech’s Me and My Shadow project helps you control your data traces, see how you’re being tracked, and learn more about the data industry.


Opt out of global data surveillance programs like PRISM, XKeyscore and Tempora.

Red en defensa de los derechos digitales

Mexican organization dedicated to the defense of human rights in the digital environment.

Security in a box

If you’re new to digital security, the Tactics Guides cover the basic principles, including advice on how to use social networking platforms and mobile phones more safely.

Surveillance self-defense

Tips, tools and how-tos for safer online communications.

Take back the tech

Take Back The Tech! is a call to everyone, especially women and girls, to take control of technology to end violence against women.

Tem boi na linha | is There an Ox in Your Line?

Practical guide to combat online surveillance.

Protection of Human Rights Defenders

Protection, security and self-care for human rights defenders.


An investigation that arises from the desire to elucidate certain questions to transform research into a reservoir of useful knowledge for people concerned about gender inequalities and, also, for people oriented to social and political transformation.

No fear

To the streets without fear, tools against repression.

La violencia en línea es violencia (video)

Online violence is violence

Quick tips for spaces

Quick tips for facilitating gender-sensitive learning spaces on digital security. A guide created by IWPR and Social Tic, with content by Indira Cornelio, Dhaniella Falk and Alma Ugarte.

Level Up

Resources for the global digital safety training community.