Global Voices Advocacy has been doing digital security, online mapping, and censorship-related projects since 2007. Although these projects have all been finished, we keep them archived for readers interested in reviewing our work over time.
- 1 Guide: SEO Tips for Advocacy Bloggers – ARCHIVED
- 2 Guide: Blog for a Cause! – ARCHIVED
- 3 Advocacy 2.0 Guide: Tools for Digital Advocacy – ARCHIVED
- 4 Blockpages – ARCHIVED
- 5 Blog Por Una Causa!
- 6 Anonymous Blogging with WordPress & Tor – ARCHIVED
- 7 403 Checker – ARCHIVED
- 8 Access Denied Map – ARCHIVED
- 9 Mirroring a Censored WordPress Blog – ARCHIVED
How to Apply Search Engine Optimization to Grow Your Readership and Influence More People.
Our creative guide to using blogs as a advocacy tools for social and political change.
The Advocacy 2.0 Guide describes some of the best techniques and tools that digital activists can use as part of their online advocacy campaigns.
A gallery of screenshots of blockpages from national filtering systems and Internet service providers
Our guide to blog advocacy – in Spanish! Thanks to translation by María Florencia Puente from Global voices en Español.
Learn to blog using Tor, a tool that can help protect your privacy and personal safety online
A free software to scan a large number of URLs to determine which ones your country has blocked.
Mapping the online censorship and anti-censorship efforts related to the social web and major web 2.0 websites.
Step-by-step instructions for setting up a mirror for an original self-hosted WordPress blog