More and more countries are adopting legislation that threatens human rights online. The Catalysts for Collaboration website encourages internet activists to collaborate across disciplinary silos to more effectively push back against this trend using strategic litigation. It offers a set of best practices – “Catalysts for Collaboration” – combined with a set of case studies. You can read more about the website and the project here.
The “Building Better Bridges for an Open Internet” project was initiated by Berkman Klein fellow Nani Jansen Reventlow with the aim of finding ways of facilitating better cross-disciplinary collaboration to keep the internet open and free, using litigation more effectively as one of the “tools in the toolbox”.