#KeepItOn via U.S. Summit for Democracy Technology Cohort
The U.S. Summit for Democracy’s Tech Cohort is fighting to #KeepItOn via the Shutdown Impact Stories Project, and we need your help!
#KeepItOn for peace and democracy in Sudan, Yemen, and Tajikistan
Hear from people in Sudan, Yemen, and Tajikistan impacted by authorities’ reckless internet shutdowns during conflict and crisis.
Cutting internet access when people need it the most: stories from Uganda
Join us and share these 15 personal stories to show how the shutdowns in Uganda during the 2021 presidential election are affecting people’s lives. Amplify voices from Uganda.
Tanzania inatumia uzimaji wa mtandao kama silaha. Watanzania wazungumza.
Tanzania is weaponizing internet shutdowns. Here’s what its people have to say
Join us and share these 11 personal stories to show how the shutdowns in Tanzania are affecting people’s lives. Amplify voices from Tanzania.
More than 3.5 billion left in the dark: why we’re still fighting to reach U.N. targets for internet access
If we don’t reach U.N. targets for internet access — providing everyone, everywhere with affordable, open, secure, and high-quality connectivity — we won’t meet the sustainable development goals by 2030.
#ShutdownStories: comment la fixation du Tchad sur les perturbations de réseaux sociaux nuit aux citoyens
#ShutdownStories: how Chad’s fixation on social media blackouts hurts citizens
WhatsApp is one of the most popular social media platforms in Chad, but the government is blocking it. Through our Shutdown Stories project, we’re sharing testimonies to show how this censorship negatively impacts the lives of the people the government is supposed to protect.
COVID-19 & the right to protest: pressing issues at the 44th Human Rights Council
As the 44th session of the Human Rights Council kicks off amid a pandemic and mass protests, we’re closely monitoring action on the issues impacting digital rights globally.