Who are we?
Bytes for All (B4A), Pakistan, is a human rights organisation that focuses on Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) — the relevance of ICTs for sustainable development and strengthening human rights movements in the country, in particular.
What do we do?
At the forefront of Internet Rights movement and struggle for the democracy, B4A focuses on the capacity-building of human rights defenders with reference to their digital security, online safety, and privacy. We work on cyberspace issues, awareness-raising, and policy advocacy from the civil liberties and human rights perspective.
The globally-acclaimed Take Back The Tech Campaign is our flagship campaign, focusing on the strategic use of ICTs to fight violence against women in Pakistan.
Our field projects focus on
Strategic use of ICTs for women’s empowerment and combating violence against women;
Youth & peace building in Southasia;
Freedom of expression;
Privacy rights in Pakistan;
Digital security for human rights defenders;
Open net initiative;
Internet & Human Rights;
Global Information Society Watch;
Innovation for Development; and