SalamaTech surveyed Syrian women for their views and experiences with online gender-based violence. Here’s what they shared.
On October 13, Mozilla recognized longtime SecDev Foundation contributor Ahmad Hegab as one of its "Rise 25" open-Internet pioneers.
Countering misinformation, delivering DS training, reaching out to Deaf communities: a glimpse at SalamaTech’s efforts to boost Syrians’ digital resilience.
For the first time, Salam@ is publicly sharing its expanding research on women’s experience of digital violence across the MENA region.
In the Middle East and North Africa, Salam@ breaks through the noise by relentlessly connecting digital safety to everyday local reality.
When a massive earthquake struck millions in the Syria-Turkey border region, SalamaTech helped survivors avoid being re-victimized online.
The Siraj pilot project has been empowering young Yemenis to confront digital harms. We'd like you to meet four of them.
As SalamaTech helps Syrians confront digital GBV, they increasingly see women's images being sed against them. Even in an earthquake's rubble.
In our mission to boost digital resilience, we share a path with some remarkable women. This International Women’s Day, we salute their leadership.
In the wake of devastating earthquakes, members of the SalamaTech team are helping Syrians protect themselves from follow-on digital harms.