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Thursday, June 13 • 3:45pm - 5:00pm
Threat Modeling for Activists in Latin America

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This session will grab the current political context in Latin America from the perspective of democratic resilience and the situation of activists at risk. For this we will approach the issue/phenomena from cross-country experiences and the testimonials of activists. We will invite our guests to map together the emergent digital threats to targeted political and social activists. To do the mapping, we will use a threat modelling methodology that we designed and we use in our digital trainings. This tool will give us several insights that we later will grab to orient the discussion into into strategies to strengthen resilience capabilities in the light of the emergent threats. We will orient resilience in three ways: dig sec tactics, human rights and community strengthening.

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Bruna Zanolli

Host Org Artigo 19 Brasil, Mozilla fellow
I'm a self-taught popular interest technologist in the area of ​​autonomous communications and infrastrutures with experience in deployment and maintenance of community networks, especially using LPFM radios and Wifi. I use principles of popular education and intersectional feminism... Read More →
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Eduardo Carrillo

Programme and Research Assistant, TEDIC
BA in International Relations interested in the intersections betweet politics, technology, privacy and access to information. Feminist in working progress

Thursday June 13, 2019 3:45pm - 5:00pm BST
Caspian (Palais)