Meet us at IFF 2019!

Paola Verhaert

Will you be at the Internet Freedom Festival in Valencia next week? Say hi to Paola Mosso, Paola Verhaert and Madeleine Maxwell, who will all be attending the event!

We are looking forward to learning about the work our peers are doing on organisational security and internet freedom, and we’re excited to meet many of our allies and friends at the event.

We will be looking to engage with organisational security practitioners from the diverse IFF community, to continue understanding their needs and challenges and to learn from diverse experiences in organisational security and internet freedom.

Feel free to reach out on post[at] if you’d like to schedule a conversation with any or all of us. Below are a few sessions that we’ll be playing a part in. We hope to see some of you there!

Wednesday, April 3rd

Safely measuring SAFETAG: Can we track OrgSec successes? | in English  | 11 AM – 12 PM

Paola Mosso will facilitate a discussion among participants to identify risks in data collection during organisational security assessments, as well as potential ways to mitigate those risks, and map out some options that balance getting input to improve our work with protecting organisations.

Paola will facilitate this session along with digital defenders Jon Camfield (Internews), Carlos Guerra (Con-Nexo) and Anton Kushnir (Digital Security Lab Ukraine).

Thursday, April 4th

Estrategias feministas del cuidado: construyendo un futuro alternativo para la libertad, a través de estrategias de seguridad y protección integral feminista | in Spanish | 9:45 – 10:45 AM

In this session, Paola Mosso will share key concepts around feminist strategies of care, and will look to align with participants on how can we build an alternative future for freedom through feminist organisational safety and integral protection strategies.

This session will be co-facilitated with Ledys Sanjuan (FRIDA Fund), Sara Munárriz (Fondo de Acción Urgente) and Fernanda Shira (Escola de Ativismo, Digital Defenders Partnership).


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