Community Knowledge Share

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CKS were created in response to the COVID-19, to provide the IFF community with a regular space to learn and share knowledge.

Get Ready for the Community Knowledge Share (CKS) Series!

The Community Knowledge Share 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, privacy and security space ranging from technology infrastructure to community health to regional research. CKS last 1-2 hours, are capped at 25 seats, and are interactive, allowing the community not just to learn and share knowledge, but also to brainstorm on issues together!

Example of Past CKS Workshops:

  • @ Internet routing architecture and human rights (lead by Neils ten Oever)
  • @ Online Facilitation: Captivating Your Remote Teams and Meetings (lead by Trinh Nguyen)
  • @ Constructing Feminist Tech through Fiction (lead by Dalia Othman, Helene von Schwichow, and Katrin Fritsch)

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
  • Showcase and celebrate the amazing people that are leading our community!

Calendar of Events for scheduled CKS sessions
CKS Notes for notes of past gatherings topics
We are currently looking for a range of presenters focusing on a diversity of issues. If interested, email