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Welcome! This wiki contains community tools designed to help bring together and support digital rights defenders from around the world.
Our Calendar of Events has a complete list of upcoming virtual events being hosted by the IFF. Every day Community Checkin at 10am est! Every Thursday Glitter Meetup at 9am EST! Both happening on IFF's Mattermost. Special workshops being planned! See full list of events
Can't attend any of our virtual events? Don't worry we keep notes from our weekly gatherings here. This includes everything from current updates shared by community members, to interviews with community experts. Make it a habit to read the notes every week to stay abreast
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Find amazing awards, fellowships and funds on our Fundraising Opportunities page or post yours! Besides the open calls, we are gathering a list of organizations that announce different opportunities throughout the year.
These Reports and Articles were created synthesizing information collected during both Glitter Meetups and CKS workshops, and showcase general consensus in a specific IFF community.
Side Menus Notes
Workshop: Identity 2.0: Exploring Digital Identities Through Art
Who:Arda and Savena, Identity 2.0
Date:Wednesday, August 19th
Time:1:00pm EST / 5:00pm UTC+0 (Other times below)
Artists and techies aren't worlds apart. Both are trying to shape the future using the tools they have to hand. Creators of Identity 2.0, an art project which empowers people to explore their digital identity, will be joining us to share their story of how they started, what they've discovered and their artistic process. Using exhibitions, videos and memes, the artists are opening up the conversation about the data we give away to exist online.
|Glitter Meetup Notes
Glitter Meetups are weekly town halls where digital rights defenders from all over the world connect, share updates in their regions or projects, ask questions and seek advice.
CKS workshops are lead by community leaders, and cover an area of topics. They are usually capped at 25 people, and run from 1-2 hours.
|Reports & Articles
|Villages & Special Events Notes
|Read articles and reports that synthesize feedback and information shared by the community on a variety of topics.
|Find all the knowledge and resources shared during villages and special events with the IF Community.
|A summary of the Digital Rights Defenders needs tackled during different IFF gatherings.