Virtual Activism organized a series of workshops in Fez. Rabat and Marrakesh, Morocco, for several consecutive years from 2007-2013. The workshops were on technology for non-profit organizations especially those working in human rights and development. Some of the workshops also targeted university students. The workshops discussed blogs, privacy and security issues and other tech-related software […]Read more..
Virtual Activism began its online workshops in 2002. The topics of the workshops included Safety and Security Online, and harnessing the power of the internet in human rights and development. Participants from throughout the world joined us. We have also organized a Blugaria-only workshop which was co-trained by Chris Bailey. We are proud to show […]Read more..
Virtual Activism was invited by the Population Council, Nairobi, Kenya, to organize a workshop for local NGOs. The workshop was organized from 11-13 August 04 with 10 NGOs participating and 22 participants. The workshop was based on the curriculum developed by Virtual Activism on Maximizing the use and effectiveness of the Internet in human rights […]Read more..
In April 2008, in coordination with Khedija Arfaoui, the Association of Tunisian Women for Research and Development, we organized a 3-day workshop. There were 20 participants from civil society: NGOs, university professors and journalists. Tunisia was particularly problematic because of State Security in spite of the fact that we took permission from the government to […]Read more..