One-to-one DigiSec trainings for activists, Argentina
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|Title||One-to-one DigiSec trainings for activists, Argentina|
|Category||Privacy Advocacy Digital Security Gender and Tech|
|Scale||La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Geolocalization||-34° 54' 13", -57° 53' 53"|
|Target audience||feminist, LGTBQIA and anti-patriarchal activists and journalists from different local organisations|
|Number of participants||15|
|Context and motivations|| To explain the motives for using opensource software
To help understand local and international policy around surveillance To conduct a personal risk assessment To get people using some of the digital security and activist tools which are most ueful to them
|Topics||encription, mobile security, surveillance, policy, safe documentation of events.|
|Links||Articles, videos, photos on-line, ...|
|Agenda|| - Prior interview to understand the strategies and resources which are being used to organize or for documentation
- Conversation about the current state of policy around surveillance locally and internationally. What are the risks? How do they perceive the landscape?
- Run through a personal risk assessment.
- Run through tools available, which may be useful, which may be not practical, which are strategic on an individual level, and which on an organisational level.
- One on one installation and explanation of tools, with practice.
- Ongoing followup
|Methodologies||Mostly listening and being aware of local context and needs of each individual.|
|Resources||Resources compiled from SIAB, EFF and Witness.|
|Gendersec||Security in the box|
|Feelings||Felt very good to talk through individuals existing methodologies, felt I learnt as much from them as I was able to transmt.|
|Feedbacks||People were very open about the fact that they did not think too much about surveillance but it was clear to them that things were happening. Some of the tools seemed to be more useful than others in the follow up.|
|Start||Focus on Text Secure and GPG/ autonomous mails, as they seem to be the tools with most continued usage.|
|Stop||Being afraid to take the "teaching" or "expert" role. It does seem to help in some occasions, although it has definitely got limits .|
|Keep||Keep researching autonomous servers, feminist online libraries and other feminist approaches to tech, such as "making your own sex toys" as these were issues that have been brought up as wanted workshops.|