Who Made This?
The Women's Rights Campaigning: Info-Activism Toolkit was produced by Tactical Tech. It has been developed as part of CREA's New Voices / New Leaders: Women Building Peace and Reshaping Democracy project, supported by the FLOW Fund, Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Tactical Tech is an international NGO working at the point where advocacy meets technology. We use our technical expertise to increase the impact of campaigns in social justice and human rights. We believe that new technologies have significant potential to enhance the work of campaigners and advocates, giving them the tools to gather and analyse information and the means to turn that information into action. We work towards finding effective ways for marginalised communities and rights advocates to create and disseminate information; increasing the participation of marginalised communities in advocacy work on issues that affect their lives and increasing the accountability of institutions that directly impact the lives of marginalised communities.
The Women's Rights Campaigning: Info-Activism Toolkit was written and produced by Tactical Tech with the added collaboration:
- CREA, India
- FLOSS Manuals, UK
- Forum for Women, Law and Development, Nepal
- Nagarik Awaaz for Peace, Nepal
- The Center for Development Servcies (CDS), Egypt
- Naripokkho, Bangladesh
- Akili Dada, Kenya
- The YP Foundation, India
Additional material and support from the writers and editors listed below:
Tools curation: Mick Chesterman, Community Manager, Flossmanuals
Design: Julia Wolf & Daniel Desiderio Páez Castillo, La Loma, and Maya Zankoul
Compiling and editing: Parker Mah
Coordination: Lisa Gutermuth, Gabi Sobliye, Maya Ganesh, Parker Mah
Website Development: The Stalker team at Tactical Tech
Mobiles Chapter: Becky Faith
Content and production support: Bobby Soriano, Lucinda Linehan, Becky Faith, Parker Mah, Faith Bosworth, Maya Ganesh, and everyone else at Tactical Tech.
Bengali translation: Iqbal Ehsan and Anjumanara Islam
License: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.