Burmese and Spanish 10 Tactics Sites Launched

Burmese and Spanish are the two latest languages to join 10 Tactics’ website in a fully functional and translated form. The 10 Tactics project was launched in December 2009. Since this time hundreds of rights advocates from around the world have used these materials to deliver workshops for turning information into action and they have screened the 10 Tactics film to get people talking about opportunities and barriers for info-activism.

REDDES partnered with Tactical Tech in Latin America to translate the 10 Tactics film and cards and to conduct screenings around Latin America. REDDES is a nonprofit organization interested in preserving and restoring ecological systems, as well as supporting communities to improve their quality of life through appropriate use of technology in a sustainable manner.

With 10 Tactics materials available in Spanish, the information is available to a large portion of rights advocates who are working in Latin American. Not very often do Burmese rights advocates have access to important information about organizing and online privacy in Burmese. Providing 10 Tactics in Burmese was an important step in making this material available to those working in Burma. 

10 Tactics provides original and artful ways for rights advocates to capture attention and communicate a cause. It includes a 50-minute film documenting stories from around the world and a set of cards; with tools, tips and advice, for you to work through as you plan your own info-activism.

Visit the Spanish site here and the Burmese site here.

10 tactics features 35 info-activism stories told from the point of view of advocates in 24 different countries including Lebanon, India, Tunisia, Egypt, Kenya, Indonesia, South Africa and the UK.

A Belarusian version of the website is currently under development.

10 Tactics was created by Tactical Tech. It was first published in 2009. All the content is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.