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We keep notes of diverse meetups focused on different regions and points of interest that take place in our community space. In the following content you will find Glitter Meetups notes, from our weekly town halls for the Internet Freedom community, and you can also check out the notes of our Regional Meetups, which are bimonthly virtual gatherings that bring together folks from the African region, the LATAM region, the MENA region, and the Asian region.

If you are interested in VPNs, we keep notes of our VPN Villages and meetups here. Also, review the notes and slide decks on diverse digital rights topics, given on our Community Knowledge Share (CKS) by digital rights experts from around the world here. In addition, we have similar sessions grouped together under our Villages section, which are either ongoing community initiatives or mini conferences focused on a particular topic or area.

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Glitter Meetup Notes

Glitter Meetups serve as weekly town halls where individuals can share updates in their regions or projects, ask questions or seek advice and support, share their opinion, and create collaborations with digital rights defenders from all other the world. Read more

Regional Meetups Notes

The regional meetups are bimonthly virtual gatherings that bring together folks from the African region, the LATAM region, the MENA region, and the Asian region to share, connect, seek help, and release stress by celebrating each other.

Villages Notes

Find all the knowledge and resources shared during villages, like the VPN Village, the Welcome to Digital Rights Village or the Perspectives from the South Village. Read more


Community Knowledge
Share Notes

The Community Knowledge Share (CKS) workshop series are lead by community leaders and experts, and cover an area of topics. They are usually capped at 25 people, and run from 1-2 hours. Read more




Community Needs

A summary of the Digital Rights Defenders needs tackled during different gatherings.




Other Meetups Notes

Read the notes of the Lingua Cafe initiative, on-time meetups with different topics, and other collective special gatherings. Read more.