Security Culture - A Comprehensive guide for activists in AustraliaThis website provides information about Security Culture throughout activist groups in Australia which may be working on addressing various issues such as social justice, equality, climate change, human rights, radical environmentalism, anti-globalisation; and many others. It also offers a free download of the information in pdf format.
ActivistSecurity.orgFree resources to download including A Practical Security Handbook for Activists and Campaigns; Infiltrators, Informers and Grasses; and A Guide to Secure Meetings in Pubs. The Security Handbook covers a range of security issues for activists, from media strategy to planning actions, to dealing with surveillance and infiltration. Readers would do well to heed the warnings included in Infiltrators, Informers and Grasses – don’t become paranoid, don’t gossip, and never make accusations about people without significant investigation and evidence.
Security Culture for ActivistsA resource by The Ruckus Society, walks activists through security measures we can take to safeguard ourselves, including helpful advice about people, groups and data security.
Digital Security for ActivistsWritten for activists by activists and put together by Riseup, this is a 60 page zine including personal stories and practical advice about digital security and online organizing.
Security in-a-boxTools and tactics for your digital security – a collaborative effort of the Tactical Technology Collective and Front Line. It was created to meet the digital security and privacy needs of advocates and human rights defenders.
Surveillance Self-Defense ProjectResources from the Electronic Frontiers Foundation.
Security for Human Rights Defenders
Workbook on security: practical steps for human rights defenders at riskPublished by Front Line this Workbook is informed by the experience of human rights defenders around the world, many of who operate in extremely repressive and risky environments. The Workbook takes you through the steps to producing a security plan – for yourself and for your organisation. It follows a systematic approach for assessing your security situation and developing risk and vulnerability reduction strategies and tactics.
New Tactics in Human Rights This excellent website includes a wide range of resources. Two online international dialogues have discussed security issues: Staying Safe, Security Resources for Human Rights Defenders and Being Well and Staying Safe.
Compliled by Anthony Kelly - 2012