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Cyberwomen is a digital security curriculum with a holistic and gender perspective, geared towards both professional trainers and those who want to learn how to train others on their digital protection and include gender considerations as they do so. It is made up of training modules, interactive games and recommendations for evaluating the training, as well as audio-visual and graphic materials as instructional aids.
Throughout 2016, IWPR continued to support free voices in some of the most challenging environments around the world and to help in the production of vital frontline reporting.
Over the next five years, IWPR will strengthen and extend our mission to empower local voices to make positive change. We will continue to work in countries undergoing conflict, crisis and transition to enhance the free flow of information and robust public debate as a means of mitigating conflict, contributing to good governance and enabling citizens to participate in decision-making.
In 2015, with an improved structure for management and day-to-day oversight of programmes, IWPR’s priority was to refine and focus our projects to increase impact, and monitor and evaluate our efforts to document and demonstrate strong results across regional divisions for the Middle East and North Africa, Africa, Asia, Eurasia and Latin America.
Safety Awareness & Action leaflets are part of IWPR’s Safety Awareness and Action project covering the MENA region and Latin America. One of the project ‘s objectives is to assist women’s rights organisations that are at risk. The leaflets contain digital security tips and are available in four languages: English, Spanish, Arabic and French.
As encapsulated in our slogan – Giving Voice, Driving Change – IWPR’s mission calls for a wide range of efforts aimed at empowering people’s voices and helping them make a real difference within their own societies. The work ranges from skills building and training to media policy and legal reform; from frontline journalism to citizen's accountability networks and social media; from covering war crimes tribunals and human rights abuses to establishing national networks for elections reporting.
This is the 8th and final issue of Cyber Arabs (cyber-arabs.com), a magazine covering digital security issues in the Arab world. Cyber Arabs will continue to provide you with information and stories from the world of digital security on our website. From now on, you will find articles as they come in and go up on the site, giving you even faster access to news and alerts.
This is the seventh issue of Cyber Arabs (cyber-arabs.com), a magazine covering digital security issues in the Arab world. Secrecy, or concealment, is a major principle of broader digital security. It is vital that we keep our secrets safe so that anyone trying to snoop around cannot find easy ways in.
IWPR, in partnership with the National Democratic Institute, produced three monitoring reports on media coverage in Malawi ahead of presidential, parliamentary and local elections held on May 20, 2014.
Governing bodies known as local councils have emerged throughout Syria from the chaos of three years of war. The councils fill a critical need for social and governmental organiation in areas where the President Bashar al-Assad's administration has lost control.
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