Equality Lab provides useful resources on digital security. The information is presented in many forms such as videos and quick guides on posters which do not cover only one type of digital device but many such as iPhone, Android, and your computer. For civil society organizations who are looking for ways to effectively secure their online platforms, this website is one of the alternatives.
Research resources are provided through J-PAL's library to create more understanding on randomized evaluations from a designing phase to an implementing phase. There are in total six sessions which also include ethical conduct and tips on field management. If you are new to this, this research resource is for you.
In the context of international development research, all stakeholders, including local communities and donors, should be safe from any avoidable harm. This guidance on safeguarding in international development research published by UKCDR aims to provide informed actions to anticipate, mitigate, and address potential risks when doing research.
The SDG Impact Assessment Tool is designed for a wide range of practitioners to make self-assessments of impacts on all the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. This will also help pinpoint relevant viewpoints on sustainability of one’s project in a comprehensible way. This tool is brought to you by Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development.
Human rights defenders are one of the groups of people who are most at risk when taking actions. Front Line published a Workbook on Security: Practical Steps for Human Rights Defenders at Risk to guide them on assessing risks, analyzing threats, dealing with stress, creating security plans, understanding one’s context, and so on.