Bytes for All (B4A), Pakistan is a human rights organization and a network of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) professionals and practitioners. It experiments and organizes debate on the relevance of ICTs for sustainable development and strengthening human rights movements in the country.
At the forefront of Internet Rights movement and struggle for democracy, B4A focuses on capacity building of human rights defenders on their digital security, online safety & privacy.
Working on different important campaigns particularly against Internet censorship and surveillance in Pakistan, B4A continues to work on cyberspace issues, awareness raising and policy advocacy from civil liberties & human rights perspective.
B4A’s field projects focus on:
- Strategic use of ICTs for women’s empowerment and combating violence against women;
- Freedom of Expression;
- Privacy Rights;
- Digital Security for Human Rights Defenders;
- Open Net Initiative
- Internet & Human Rights
- Open Governance
- Innovation for Development;
- Internet Governance;
For its work, B4A partners and collaborates with different civil society organizations. B4A’s staff team is totally committed towards civil liberties in Pakistan.
B4A is a legally registered entity and its organizational bank account is operated by Barclays Bank in Islamabad, Pakistan.