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- Digital Trainers Summit 3 - Circumvention Tech Festival, Spain + (It was an honour for me to be invited to j … It was an honour for me to be invited to join Circumvention Tech Festival and the first Trainers Summit in the Mediterranean city of Valencia, Spain on March 1 – 6, 2015. This is a report back on how my week spent there. 1. Valencia was sunny the day the Circumvention Tech Festival (CTFestival) started on the 1st of March. Sunny but pretty chilly for someone who came from a tropical country as myself. But it didn’t hinder me from getting so excited to join more than 400 people from all over the world. CTFestival aimed to bring together activists fighting censorship and surveillance for a week of conferences, workshops, hackathons and social gatherings. Its goal was to provide a space for the community to pool resources, share knowledge, skills and experience, as well as build network. What made it more interesting was that developers were also present, which gave us, the on-the-ground activists who use tools they create, the opportunity to interact with them. The CTFestival was opened with Circumvention Tech Summit (CTS), a one day unconference designed to kick off the festival, where participants got to know each other and the festival, as well as to explore topics of conversation that will take place on the following week. After a lightening speed of introduction for each participants and explanation of the event and its (strict) rules, a skills share session opened with tens of topics to choose from. Topic ranged from countries experience sharing on censorship and surveillance situation, to how to conduct, digital security training, to understanding tools (Enigmail, TOR, TAILS, mobile security tools, etc), to how to get organizational buy-ins and many other topics. The first day was ended with an opening reception.t day was ended with an opening reception.)