Helen Nyinakiiza provides digital security training for human rights activists and is a research coordinator on tech usability.
She lives and works in her native country, Uganda. She has worked on projects that offer capacity building for human rights activists since 2011. Now as a member of APC, she participates in the development of the FTX: Safety Reboot curriculum and on other education initiatives that are entered on making tech more usable for all.
Andrew Garton is an independent filmmaker, musician and writer with a background in community access video and broadcasting. After a decade of music-making in the 1980s, his interest in participatory democracy and the distribution of chemical-free food led him to co-establishing Pegasus Networks, a pre-internet service throughout Australia, the Pacific Islands and Southeast Asia.
His work spans the genres of non-fiction film-making, short-format documentary, non-linear radio documentary drama...