Internet rights

Zaina Foundation
Zaina Foundation 16 July 2021

Founded in 2017, Zaina Foundation is non-profit organisation in Tanzania which empowers women in technology through capacity building and workshops on digital security and privacy. Zaina Foundation has positioned itself as a leading NGO in promoting digital rights for women in Tanzania, where the safety, affordability and accessibility of the internet are vital to marginalised women. Zaina Foundation also develops resources on current trends on digital rights in Tanzania.

Pollicy
Pollicy 01 July 2021

Pollicy is a feminist collective of technologists, data scientists, creatives and academics working at the intersection of data, design and technology to craft better life experiences by harnessing improved data. Its work focuses on influencing a culture of responsible data use, promoting appropriate data governance practices, and advocating for policies that support an enabling data ecosystem. Its team headquarters are in Kampala, Uganda with remote staff across Africa.

ASUTIC
ASUTIC 17 November 2019

ASUTIC, which stands for Association des Utilisateurs des TIC (ICT Users Association), is a non-profit, independent organisation based in Senegal that promotes and protects human rights and fundamental freedoms in the digital age. It strives to ensure that people have access to knowledge and information, key drivers for sustainable development to the benefit of everyone. ASUTIC works to create ...

Unwanted Witness
Unwanted Witness 23 May 2019

Unwanted Witness was established in 2012 by a group of netizens, bloggers, activists, writers and human rights defenders as an independent, non-partisan and not-for-profit civil society organisation. It seeks to create secure uncensored online platforms to promote human rights through writing, informing and educating citizens who also utilise the platforms for strengthening free expression and ...

Rafik Dammak
Rafik Dammak 12 May 2017

Rafik is a computer engineer working and living in Japan after finishing his master on applied computer science at University of Tokyo.

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