In the fall of 2016, we worked to assure that the sessions at MozFest would be of value and meaningful for participants. This year’s MozFest, which took place at Ravensbourne College in London on October 28th to 30th, had over… (READ MORE)
This three day workshop was designed to help Kosovar Civil Society Foundation understand how to make the data and information contained in the Kosovar Civil Society Index more engaging and accessible to stakeholders. To achieve these goals, we looked at… (READ MORE)
Over the summer of 2016, we helped Greenpeace International develop a three day event that brought together 120 people from the staff of the secretariat and the National Regional Offices to share knowledge and improve engagement practices. This was to… (READ MORE)
This project, undertaken on behalf of Internews, examined the outcomes of LevelUp, multi-year initiative that focused on supporting individuals worldwide providing digital safety training and education. The evaluation aimed to surface critical lessons the could inform future projects. A public… (READ MORE)
In this webinar developed for LevelUp, we looked at ways of evaluating training to help assess and improve digital security training skills. It featured guest speakers who use creative approaches to training evaluation and behavior change. They shared practical advice for conducting trainee follow-up… (READ MORE)
We are providing training and guidance for 14 advocacy campaigns based in Lithuania in their development of strategies that will bring positive social change to the country. This includes efforts to improve government transparency and accountability, prevent corporal punishment of… (READ MORE)
We’re taking a deep dive into communities of practice for a project to strengthen engagement around LevelUp, a digital security trainer’s community of practice currently supported by Internews. We are also helping to look into new governance structures that will help sustain the community and LevelUp resources into… (READ MORE)
This long-term project examines the variety of different programmes run by International Budget Partnership and looks at how technology can improve their effectiveness and impact.
FabRiders supported Open Knowledge‘s School of Data in efforts to develop a governance structure in order to decentralise and provide better support and connection to the nodes of their global network. This process has involved facilitating meetings and engaging network leaders in… (READ MORE)
This two day event, which took place in Berlin on March 19th and 20th, was organised by Open Knowledge and facilitated by FabRiders. It aimed to strengthen the ability of data trainers to evaluate the impact of their trainings and share learnings with… (READ MORE)
This staff retreat for Greenhost enaged the staff in creating a vision of success for the organization,along with creating better coehesion within the staff, particularly in regards to project management.
FabRiders is facilitating a series of retreats for NRGI’s Data and Analysis Team to fine tune their strategic direction and operate more effectively as a unit.
The Responsible Resource Creator Manifesto is currently in draft format and FabRiders is currently involved in an effort to collect feedback and finalise the manifesto.
This project run for Amnesty International will focus on developing a training series and curriculum that will raise awareness about issues surrounding data collection and storage and potential risks this poses to the vulnerable communities that Amnesty International seeks to… (READ MORE)