Open Call for Partnerships: Digital and Media Literacy Interventions.
Tactical Tech has opened a call for the partnership for Digital and Media Literacy Interventions.
Tactical Tech is an international NGO that engages with citizens and civil-society organizations to explore and mitigate the impacts of technology on society. They have a series of projects—The Data Detox Kit, The Glass Room, What the Future Wants, and the Digital Enquirer Kit—that aim to increase digital and media literacy among various audiences (including but not limited to: civil society, community hubs, institutes, educators, librarians, young people).
They would like to connect with partners, in order to help build their capacity and to further develop materials with their help and expertise. To do so, they are seeking partners who are interested in the following areas:
Run workshops (using their existing curricula, or by creating new curricula)
Train other trainers (e.g. educators, librarians, peer-to-peers) about critical digital literacy methods
Organize events (e.g. the Glass Room or What the Future Wants exhibitions)
Outreach/distribute existing materials
Feedback, input on, testing of existing materials
Create something new based on their resources (e.g. translation, adaptation, research, podcasts, videos, games, etc.)
Explore methods of co-creating materials (e.g. with young people)
The opportunity to help shape the projects.
Honorarium (possible between 250 EUR and up to 3500 EUR, depends on activities and availability of funds)
Promotion within their networks (approx. 6000 monthly newsletter subscribers, 49000 Twitter followers, and more across social media).
The chance to join a community of like-minded individuals.
A massive virtual library of resources and materials developed over the past 20 years that you can use for your own projects, including those which have not yet been released publicly.
The DATA DETOX KIT is a set of step-by-step guides that helps people reflect upon their interactions with technology, and learn how to gain more control over their data privacy, security and find balance with their well-being. There are also numerous online and in-person WORKSHOP materials based on the guides.
THE GLASS ROOM is an interactive exhibition that is generating a global conversation about data and privacy. It comes in various formats – from large-scale exhibitions in major cities to a PORTABLE VERSION that can be set up by anyone, anywhere in the world. It includes a variety of resources: posters, digital apps, animations and more.
What the future wants is Tactical Tech’s youth initiative which engages young people, parents and educators with the biggest questions facing their digital environment now and in the future, using critical thinking skills and data literacy knowledge to set the agenda for a positive and participatory digital future. You can find the what the future wants Interactive Youth Exhibition and DATA DETOX X YOUTH WORKBOOK online.
The Digital Enquirer Kit is an e-learning course about media literacy, verification, and how to navigate the internet safely.
In order to be eligible for this partnership call, individuals, organizations, or collectives must meet all of the below criteria:
Work on the broader topic of digital and media literacy.
Be currently working in at least one of the following regions: Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), South-West Asia and North Africa (SWANA), Asia, the Pacific Islands, and Eastern Europe
Have access to an existing network of other local and/or national organizations and initiatives.
Be able to join online sessions with other partners (at the beginning, middle, and end of the partnership period).
Have the capacity to carry out these activities by June 2023.
Ability to report on activities by 15th June 2023.