Join us for our 16th annual Nonprofit Software Development Summit taking place 6-8 November! Join nonprofit staff, developers, capacity builders, and grassroots activists to share knowledge, build capacity, and collectively envision the future of free and open technology to support social change efforts. Check out the 2018 agenda and notes. Learn more about why Dev Summit puts people first and tech later.
Join our Fall 2019 Virtual Learning Sessions and learn how you can increase your anonymity and privacy online and better protect your organization's digital identity. We welcome everyone who is interested in sharing, learning, and exploring how to make better use of technology to support organizing and movement work with us.
The CA Nonprofit Technology Festival took place on July 10-11 in Los Angeles, CA, where nonprofit staff, grassroots organizers, activists, and technology capacity builders came together to share knowledge, engage in critical conversations and connect with others who are passionate about building and organizing across movements and communities.
- We conducted a survey with information security practitioners working in the human rights sector to better understand the infrastructure strengths and challenges in which they currently operate. Read about what resonated with us the most.
The fourth Reproducible Builds Summit took place in Paris in December 2018, focused on software development practices that create a verifiable path from source code to binary code. Check out the session notes.
At CampaignCon 2017 in Johannesburg South Africa, activists, technologists, and NGOs worked collectively toward a more nimble, responsive civil society better able to mobilize in the face of growing authoritarianism and shrinking civic space. Participants shared ideas, honed skills and co-created strategies while exploring modern campaigning theory and practice.
Consumer Reports announced the release of The Digital Standard, a privacy and security framework designed to safeguard consumers. Aspiration worked with Consumer Reports, Disconnect, Ranking Digital Rights, and The Cyber Independent Testing Lab on new, open guidelines for evaluating products, apps, and services. Provide your feedback on GitHub.