On Thursday morning, September 2nd, I joined a panel discussion hosted by Digital Shelter at Hidda Soor in Mogadishu,
Over the past decade, Somalia been on a recovery and stability path and amidst a thorny political landscape and increased availability of affordable internet, youth are leading the way, with a technological revolution.
In Africa, human rights defenders (HRDs) and activists working to promote and protect human rights and journalists reporting news and bringing information to the public
In partnership with Paradigm Initiative (PIN) Digital Shelter hosted the 8th edition of the digital rights and inclusion forum 2021 #DRIF21 in Mogadishu as part of this year’s multi-country festival across the continent.
82 Somali women share their experiences of being shamed, harassed and abused online in a recent crowdsourcing survey conducted by human rights defenders at Digital Shelter.
As the country is getting ready for the upcoming parliamentary and presidential elections, we thought this was a timely and much-needed topic to be discussed by our online community.
Shaah iyo Sheeko September 2020 Kadib doodo iyo seminaaro is daba joog ah oo ay qabaneysay xarunta Digital Shelter sanadkaan 2020 oo ku saabsanaa
On 20th August 2020, Digital Shelter hosted a landmark forum titled “Digital Transformation and the Future of the Online Civic Space in Somalia” which was part of the African Digital Rights Fund series.
As part of our strategy on building safe digital environment for media professionals, bloggers and social media campaigners, DS organized advanced digital security training
In today’s digital world, Internet has become an essential platform for many activists to disseminate information, mobilize, build movements, fight for a cause and advance human rights at local and global level.