Coding Rights is a feminist organization that contributes to the debates about the development, implementation and regulation of technologies from a collective, transfeminist, decolonial, and antiracist perspective of human rights. We utilize creativity and hacker knowledge to stimulate imaginaries and actions that challenge power inequalities.
We act locally to have a global impact through a network of partner organizations, collectives, and inspiring thinkers.
We believe in advocating for a truly participatory democracy and work towards bridging the gap between institutional politics and the discussions, reflections, and expressions that take place within social movements and activist circles.
Our activities and expertise include research; policy advocacy; creative and visual storytelling; development of tech tools; digital care and technopolitics training; design of methodologies and facilitation of creative processes.