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
Guide: SEO Tips for Advocacy Bloggers – ARCHIVED
How to Apply Search Engine Optimization to Grow Your Readership and Influence More People.
Guide: Blog for a Cause! – ARCHIVED
Our creative guide to using blogs as a advocacy tools for social and political change.
Advocacy 2.0 Guide: Tools for Digital Advocacy – ARCHIVED
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.
Blockpages – ARCHIVED
A gallery of screenshots of blockpages from national filtering systems and Internet service providers
Blog Por Una Causa!
Our guide to blog advocacy – in Spanish! Thanks to translation by María Florencia Puente from Global voices en Español.
Anonymous Blogging with WordPress & Tor – ARCHIVED
Learn to blog using Tor, a tool that can help protect your privacy and personal safety online
403 Checker – ARCHIVED
A free software to scan a large number of URLs to determine which ones your country has blocked.
Access Denied Map – ARCHIVED
Mapping the online censorship and anti-censorship efforts related to the social web and major web 2.0 websites.
Mirroring a Censored WordPress Blog – ARCHIVED
Step-by-step instructions for setting up a mirror for an original self-hosted WordPress blog