The Centre for Interne and Human Rights currently collaborates extensively with the following partners:

  • The Heinrich-Boell-Foundation with whom we are jointly developing a project Digital Cartels, which will include a series of events, talks and lectures kicked off by Kave Salamatian.
  • The Centre for Technology and Society (ZTG) at the Technical University of Berlin on several research and teaching projects. In particular, our research on Internet infrastructure and network disconnection is conducted is close collaboration with CTS.
  • Human Rights Watch on a variety of projects, in particularly in regard to the development of Internet Foreign Policy and the international trade export of surveillance technologies.
  • Privacy International is a leading international NGO committed to fighting for the right to privacy across the world. We work closely with Privacy International, in particular as part of research on the export of surveillance technologies.
  • Digitale Gesellschaft e.V. is one of the main German NGOs working on digital rights. We work closely together with DigiGes, in particular regarding the trade in Internet surveillance technologies and it’s human rights impacts.
  • The Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB) works to raise corporate standards and strengthen public policy to ensure that the activities of companies do not contribute to human rights abuses. CIHR are working with IHRB on a case study focusing on network disconnection in Pakistan.
  • The project where we are on the advisory board and have supported the development of project design and research methodology since it’s inception.
  • The Ranking Digital Rights project – where we are on the advisory board and provides guidance on the development of the research methodology and the project as a whole.
  • International Relations and Digital Technology Project (IRDTP) where we are working with scholars from around the world the advance the understanding of digital technologies in the International Relations discipline.