Content Moderation

By Priscilla Ruiz (Digital Rights Legal Coordinator, ARTICLE 19 Mexico & Central America Office) Different organizations in Mexico and Latin America have been witnesses and critics on how content protected by freedom of expression has been removed illegitimately with the purpose to evade public criticism on their own acting. Although freedom of expression is not […]

Catalysts for Collaboration is looking for a communications intern

The Catalysts for Collaboration project is looking for an intern to help manage our social media and website, initially from the beginning of March until summer. The position is for a few hours per week, paid, and can be done remotely on a flexible schedule. Primary responsibilities include: managing C for C’s social media, updating […]

Catalysts for Collaboration at FIFAfrica 2020: relaunching best practices for digital rights litigation

By Shreya Tewari In September 2020, the Catalysts for Collaboration project was showcased and relaunched at the Forum on Internet Freedom in Africa, 2020. The collaboration-oriented model that the project introduces has been used worldwide to help develop better practices for strategic litigation.  For the relaunch of the project at FIFAfrica 2020, we had a […]

Relaunch: Catalysts for Collaboration, a resource to advance digital rights through collaborative strategic litigation

More and more countries are adopting legislation that threatens human rights online. Four years after its original launch in 2016, the Catalysts for Collaboration website has been relaunched, encouraging internet activists to collaborate across disciplinary silos and strengthen their digital rights litigation in four languages: English, French, Spanish and Russian. When litigators, technologists, activists and […]