Difference between revisions of "Training, Digital Security and Online Safety Training Philippines"

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|Title of the activity=Digital Security and Online Safety Training
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|Start when ?=2017/05/24
|Start when ?=2017/05/24

Revision as of 15:39, 19 June 2017

Title Training, Digital Security and Online Safety Training Philippines
Category Digital Security
Start 2017/05/24
End 2017/05/26
Scale Country
Geolocalization 14° 35' 57", 120° 59' 2"
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Organisation Foundation for Media Alternatives (with the support of the World Wide Web Foundation)
Website http://fma.ph/
Target audience Filipino Women Human Rights Defenders/Advocates
Number of participants 23
Context and motivations
Topics Digital security and privacy with a gend2f2a20616b2fef1e92fb8cd086d52b3d
Media [[File:]]
Agenda Topics include How Internet Works, History of Internet from global to Philippines context, Risk Assessment, Managing Identities Online, Building Strategies to counter online gender-based violence and mobile security.
Feelings As an organization, we could say that the objective and expectations were met. At the end of the training, participants made their commitments on how to pass on the skills and knowledge they have learned from the training. Majority of them will re-echo training in their respective organization and networks. Some are thinking to hold their own risk assessment and later to conduct a digital security and online safety training in a modular session.