Co-Creation Hub (CcHUB) invites CSOs, investigative journalists, owners of online platforms, active citizens and the general public, to a digital security workshop to review the Safe Online – a digital security guide for Nigerian civil society organisation, journalists, and active citizens.
Social Media and the internet play an increasingly significant role in the efforts to promote social justice and an active democracy in Nigeria.
As more of our personal and professional data moves online, CSOs, Journalists, and active citizens are increasingly exposed to digital security that can compromise their activities. To prevent this, the CcHUB, supported by OSIWA, is developing SafeOnline – a digital security guide.
On the 28th of July, CcHUB introduced a select group of NGOs, journalists & bloggers to the Safe Online Digital Security Guide.
In this second review workshop, we would show even more updates we have made to the content as well as the online platform and the physical books that would contain the guide.
Friday, September, 9th 2016
Time: 9.00 AM to 1.00 PM
Venue: 6th floor, Co-Creation Hub, 294, Herbert Macaulay Way, Sabo-Yaba, Lagos
Register via: http://bit.ly/2bXNrDb
This is your opportunity to influence the direction of a project poised to ensure internet freedom & rights for the organisations and individuals playing a critical in ensuring the strength of our democracy in Nigeria, through self-defence.
The workshop is open to staff and members of CSOs, investigative journalists, owners of online platforms, active citizens and the general public, though limited spaces are available.
If you are currently using or plan to use more digital tools- the internet, social media and mobile – to delivering your job to ensure accountability and transparency in our democracy, plan to attend.