I really like this resource because right after answering questions related to specific situation, it immediately gives you the link related to the platform issue and it lists organizations that can help you.
I like this resource because we've used it for filming protests and especially for organizing teams when filming! Other resources on this website cover documenting data during internet shutdown, encrypted galleries, tactics and strategies!
Role-playing game that puts you and the entire team on the spot to act in scenarios of online gender-based violence (blackmailing, trolling, porn pretending, etc) with roles: Survivors, Advisors, Public, Game Facilitator. You and your group get to build your Survivor profile with tips and advice on potential situations (you don’t know which scenario you will get). Amazing for education, discussion and strategizing on responses to online GBV.
It’s one of the most beautiful and soulful digital safety training curriculums for trainers who work with women’s rights and sexual rights activists on using the internet safely, creatively and strategically. A handful resource with amazing illustration and graphics asking the right questions and sharing exercises about strategies of safe space building, our representation and self-expression online, mobile safety, online GBV response - rooted in care and experience of communities!
This is great because online gender-based violence against women in West and Central Africa is little mentioned and measured. This study was carried out in 18 countries in these two regions of Africa and truly offers an idea of the scale of the phenomenon in this part of the world.