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Security Training and Support for LGBTIQ Communities and Allies in Indonesia

Providing holistic digital security training for LGBTIQ organizations in Indonesia

This project will conduct a series of holistic digital security training for several LGBTIQ organizations in Indonesia and their allies. LGBTIQ organizations in the country have faced increasing scrutiny and threats over their work, resulting in attacks both online and off. The project will comprise of basic digital security, refresher and advanced trainings, and mentoring - together acting as the modality to build a crisis management system and organizational security policies. This will ensure a more sustainable practice of security at both personal and organizational levels for all staff of the beneficiary organizations.

Current project status

Just an idea (Pre-alpha)
It exists! (Alpha/Beta)
It's basically done (Release)
People use it (Production)

Funding to date

2018 $145,190 18 months
Internet Freedom Fund

Total Funding: $145,190

Addressed problems

  • Blocking, filtering, or modification of political, social, and/or religious content (including apps)
  • Technical attacks against government critics, journalists, and/or human rights organizations (Cyberattacks)
  • Physical intimidation, arrest, violence (including device seizure or destruction), and death for political or social reasons
  • Repressive surveillance or monitoring of communication
  • Policies, laws, or directives that increase surveillance, censorship, and punishment

Focus

  • Awareness of privacy and security threats
  • Security from danger or threat online

Objective(s)

  • Training

Beneficiaries

  • Sexual minorities
  • Activists
  • Advocacy groups/NGOs

Region(s) archive

  • South-Eastern Asia

Project status

  • It Exists! (Alpha/Beta)

Countries

  • Indonesia

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