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Using the internet and mobile phones to advocate in difficult political contexts

Good practice suggestions for using digital technology in ways that minimise risk

2020 Available in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese

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From: Advocacy in the digital age

Using the internet and mobile phones as part of the advocacy cycle

Mobile phones and the internet should be used with caution and care in difficult political contexts. It is wise to assess the risks to ensure that you do not put yourself, your organisation, or other people in danger.

This document shares a number of good practice suggestions and explains why and how to do each.

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