On The Web (Issue 38)

What’s on the web?

4WardEver recommended

The 4WardEver Team regularly scan the web and other resources for websites that our readers are likely to find of interest.

If you spot something, let us know via 4WardEver Volunteer Team

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Screening Rights
www.screeningrights.org
Screening Rights is a new venture by Michele Aaron and John Horne at the University of Birmingham. Screening Rights aims to be a space to inspire and develop debates on the relationships between film, vulnerability, human adversity, and social action. Visit the blog and join the debate.

Campaign Bootcamp
www.campaignbootcamp.org
Bootcamp was set up by 6 campaigners who were frustrated that it was way too hard for campaigners to learn how to change the world. Their first Bootcamp was in June 2013. Bootcamp found 30 brave people who had shown huge potential to be great campaigners. Then the best campaigners in the UK to deliver intensive training.

Online Privacy Guide for Journalists
www.vpnmentor.com/blog/online-privacy-journalists
VPN Mentor have created a comprehensive guide, written by one journalist to his colleagues all over the world. The guide can help them protect their work and fulfill their mission. This is not an easy time for journalists all over the world, with the discoveries of surveillance on citizens, which includes journalists and their sources.

Alliance for Torture-Free Trade
www.torturefreetrade.org
The Alliance for Torture-Free Trade is an initiative of Argentina, the European Union and Mongolia, bringing together countries from around the world. Its aim is to end the trade in goods used for capital punishment and torture. Over the last few decades, more and more countries worldwide have committed themselves to eradicating the death penalty, torture, and inhuman and degrading treatment.

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