Online trainings

We invite human rights defenders and activists to take part in a series of short trainings that will help to learn more about international and national legal norms regulating the digital space, as well as the challenges and threats that human rights defenders may face while working on social media.
ONLINE LEARNING
online, 5th and 12th of august, 2021

"Digital rights and legal security" TRAINING

Training participants will learn about what digital rights and freedoms are and how they are regulated by international and Kazakhstan's law. This will help them ensure their own information security and protect the rights of their audience.
ONLINE, 5TH AND 12TH OF AUGUST, 2021
"DIGITAL RIGHTS AND LEGAL SECURITY" TRAINING
Trainers: Begaiym Usenova, Altynai Isayeva, Olga Didenko

With the development of digitalization and the spread of technology, we spend more and more time online. Human rights and freedoms, also known as digital rights, moved to the Internet following people. Digital law is one of the most complex and controversial categories in the legal field. Like the Internet, digital rights are global and can simultaneously affect public law, private law and the law of several countries.
Most of Kazakhstan's citizens still lack digital literacy at a sufficient level, which, as a result, leads to the violation of their rights and freedoms. This problem may be even more urgent for human rights organizations and NGOs, for which the protection of digital rights often overlaps with such problems as the criminalization of free speech on the Internet and the blocking of websites and platforms.

To help you understand digital rights and ensure information security for you and your audience, we have developed the Digital Rights and Legal Security training. By taking part in the training, you can learn about the following:
  • What are human rights and freedoms in the digital world?
  • What are the threats to digital human rights?
  • How digital rights are governed by international and Kazakhstan's law?
  • Where do you go for protection?
ONLINE, 26TH OF AUGUST, 2021

"hate speech" training

Human rights defenders and activists will learn to avoid the use of hate speech, avoid the use of clichés and stereotypes in their information materials, and also get acquainted with ethical aspects that will help them manage their social networks.
ONLINE, 5TH AND 12TH OF AUGUST, 2021
"DIGITAL RIGHTS AND LEGAL SECURITY" TRAINING
Trainers: Begaiym Usenova, Altynai Isayeva, Olga Didenko

With the development of digitalization and the spread of technology, we spend more and more time online. Human rights and freedoms, also known as digital rights, moved to the Internet following people. Digital law is one of the most complex and controversial categories in the legal field. Like the Internet, digital rights are global and can simultaneously affect public law, private law and the law of several countries.
Most of Kazakhstan's citizens still lack digital literacy at a sufficient level, which, as a result, leads to the violation of their rights and freedoms. This problem may be even more urgent for human rights organizations and NGOs, for which the protection of digital rights often overlaps with such problems as the criminalization of free speech on the Internet and the blocking of websites and platforms.

To help you understand digital rights and ensure information security for you and your audience, we have developed the Digital Rights and Legal Security training. By taking part in the training, you can learn about the following:
  • What are human rights and freedoms in the digital world?
  • What are the threats to digital human rights?
  • How digital rights are governed by international and Kazakhstan's law?
  • Where do you go for protection?
ONLINE, 23th of september and 14th OF OCTOBER, 2021

"Security and cybersecurity" Training

As part of this training, we will offer participants a number of practical tips and tools to help ensure a secure Internet experience.
ONLINE, 23TH OF SEPTEMBER AND 14TH OF OCTOBER, 2021
"Security and cybersecurity" Training
Trainers: Irina Baikulova, Vlad Tkachev

In the era of rapid development of digital technologies, the number of threats on the Internet is increasing every day. Phishing emails, viruses and cyber fraudsters have become common thing in the lives of billions of Internet users. Digital security affects not only the online space, but also offline: data leakage on the Internet can threaten problems in real life.

For human rights defenders, activists and NGOs whose public activities are closely related to online communications, cybersecurity is an especially pressing issue. Insufficient information security or ignorance of the basics of working on the Internet can lead to theft of data of the organization or its employees and infection with malware. In the realities of the modern world, cybersecurity and digital hygiene are key conditions for the work of both individuals and organizations.

To improve cybersecurity and digital hygiene, you need to know how to use technology and information correctly. As part of our training "Security and Cybersecurity", we will offer participants a number of practical tips and tools to help ensure the safety of the Internet. Training participants will learn about the following:
  • How can we secure storage and transmission of data in the digital space?
  • What should you pay attention to when working on personal computers?
  • How can we recognize and reduce the risk of hacker attacks?
  • What applications can help to improve cybersecurity?
    * This course has been prepared by the Free Press for Eastern Europe Public Foundation in partnership with the Wings of Liberty Public Foundation with financial support from the European Union, as part of the project "Leaders of Change: strengthening informed awareness and dialogue about human rights." The content of this course is the responsibility of the Free Press for Eastern Europe and Wings of Liberty Public Foundations, and does not reflect the views of the European Union.
    The website was developed by the Public Foundation "Erkindik Kanaty" with the financial support of the European Union within the framework of the project "Leaders of Change: Strengthening Informed Awareness and Dialogue on Human Rights". The content of this course is the responsibility of the Public Foundation "Erkindik Kanaty" and does not reflect the point of view of the European Union.