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<span style="font-size:larger">The Community Knowledge Share (CKS) workshop series brings to you a diversity of online gathering every week lead by community leaders in the Internet Freedom field. </span>
 
<span style="font-size:larger">The Community Knowledge Share (CKS) workshop series brings to you a diversity of online gathering every week lead by community leaders in the Internet Freedom field. </span>
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CKS focus on a variety of topics found in the digital rights space ranging from technology infrastructure to community health to regional research. Workshops last 1-2 hours, and are interactive, allowing the community not just to learn and share knowledge, but also to brainstorm on issues together! CKS are designed to deepen your knowledge in a particular area; connect with others interested in the same topics or areas; promote collaboration and the fomentation of partnerships across regions and disciplines;  and showcase and celebrate the amazing people that are leading our community!
 
CKS focus on a variety of topics found in the digital rights space ranging from technology infrastructure to community health to regional research. Workshops last 1-2 hours, and are interactive, allowing the community not just to learn and share knowledge, but also to brainstorm on issues together! CKS are designed to deepen your knowledge in a particular area; connect with others interested in the same topics or areas; promote collaboration and the fomentation of partnerships across regions and disciplines;  and showcase and celebrate the amazing people that are leading our community!
  
<span style="font-size:larger">We also [[CKS_Notes|take notes for each CKS]], check them out to see the breadth of topics CKS cover.</span>
 
  
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<span style="font-size:larger">The following are upcoming and past CKS Workshops with corresponding notes</span>
  
  
  
 
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'''Upcoming CKS Workshops'''
  
 
[[Fundraising and Participatory Decision Making in the LGBTQAI Non-Profit Ecosystem]]
 
[[Fundraising and Participatory Decision Making in the LGBTQAI Non-Profit Ecosystem]]
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'''Past CKS Workshops'''
  
 
[[How to Report Software Bugs / Thunderbird Bug Party]]
 
[[How to Report Software Bugs / Thunderbird Bug Party]]

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The Community Knowledge Share (CKS) workshop series brings to you a diversity of online gathering every week lead by community leaders in the Internet Freedom field.

CKS focus on a variety of topics found in the digital rights space ranging from technology infrastructure to community health to regional research. Workshops last 1-2 hours, and are interactive, allowing the community not just to learn and share knowledge, but also to brainstorm on issues together! CKS are designed to deepen your knowledge in a particular area; connect with others interested in the same topics or areas; promote collaboration and the fomentation of partnerships across regions and disciplines; and showcase and celebrate the amazing people that are leading our community!


The following are upcoming and past CKS Workshops with corresponding notes



Upcoming CKS Workshops

Fundraising and Participatory Decision Making in the LGBTQAI Non-Profit Ecosystem


Past CKS Workshops

How to Report Software Bugs / Thunderbird Bug Party

Everything You Need to Know About Mailvelope

The 2020 Community Health Report Debrief

SignalBoost: Secure Messaging at Scale for Digital Organizers

Colombian Human Rights in the Digital Age

Design, Human Rights, and Harm

Nonprofit Management 101: Understanding the Basics of Running a Nonprofit

Remote Online Harassment During COVID19

Into the Zanga

The Data Detox Kit and Engaging Audiences

The Feminist Ecosystem Funding: Why Doria Feminist Fund

Q&A with The Tor’s Circumvention Lead About Snowflake

Disinformation Workshop: Tools & Techniques

Collaborative Conversation on Free Speech, Extremist Organizing & The Paradox of Intolerance

Story Time Cafe with Internet Master Storytellers

Independent Media in Lebanon After the Blast

Annotated Bibliography: Transnational Digital Repression

Creating Your Own Custom Security Policy

VPN & Policy

Telling Stories about Algorithms

Civilsphere's Emergency VPN: Analyzing Mobile Network Traffic to Detect Digital Threats

Icarus Project: Testing and Analyzing Internet Censorship Circumvention Solutions

The State of Internet Freedom Around the World

The Alarming Growing Trend of Digital Identification Systems

Resisting Public Space Surveillance: Fostering privacy and anonymity in the age of mass video and facial recognition surveillance

How to VPN

Identity 2.0: Exploring Digital Identities Through Art

The Intergenerational Ruptures and Bridges in Feminism

Decentralized Web: Research Findings

Procesos en Capacitaciones en Seguridad Integral y Digital

Understanding Hong Kong

Digital Rights in Southeast Asia

So You Want to be a Digital Security Trainer

How to Better Prepare for the Next Internet Shutdown

Disinformation Strategies and Tactics

Covid-19 Without a Lockdown: Digital Tools Used in Taiwan for Coronavirus Prevention & Monitoring

América Latina: la tecnología en tiempos de COVID-19

How Activists Organize Self Care and Collective Care?

Growing Privacy Concerns During COVID-19

Fireplace Chat with Funders in the Internet Freedom Space

The Story of Diversity, Security & Love in Southern Africa

Magick of Glitter & Tales of Building Community

Silencing Across Borders: Digital Threats and Transnational Repression against Exiled Activists

Constructing Feminist Tech through Fiction

Online Facilitation

Taking the High Route - the Internet routing architecture and human rights