See the projects Indela supports

and their impact in the region

REMIX: discussing copyright and the Internet

This project will foster a public conversation about copyright in Brazil, and the need for reform in order to attain a fair and balanced cultural ecosystem.

Supporting victims of online gender violence

This project will support women and children in Aguascalientes, Mexico, who have been targets of digital violence, in learning about the options available to them as well as in making informed decisions regarding the exercise of their rights.

DATYSOC: towards a comprehensive digital rights agenda in Uruguay

This project will strengthen the digital rights agenda in Uruguay by focusing on the regulation of authors’ rights as well as on policies pertaining to the responsibility of Internet intermediaries.

Multicultural digital rights frameworks for indigenous and afro-descendent communities in Bolivia: comparative analysis and public policy advocacy

This project will develop contextualized regulatory frameworks for internet access and the protection of personal data in select Bolivian municipalities.

A multi-sector initiative for information security and fundamental rights

This project will stimulate collaboration between public and private sector actors in order to develop policies that protect digital assets (including personal data and critical infrastructure) in Argentina.

Building bridges between Latin America’s digital rights and consumer defense communities

This project will undertake to strengthen the work of consumer defenders in digital rights, focusing on personal data protection policies and their application and aligning with the strategies of the region’s digital rights community.


To stimulate action within civil society aimed at strengthening data protection in Paraguay


To promote the creation of a legislative bill on the protection of personal data with participation from the public and private sectors, as well as to advance the presentation of cases in the judiciary and establish a legal clinic for digital rights.

Building capacities in the Internet ecosystem in Central America with a multisectoral perspective


To advocate for the improvement of public digital rights policy by training stakeholders to strengthen projects and dialogues on pertinent issues.

To seek gender justice for women and LGBTQI+ persons facing online gender-based violence

To comprehensively document both the consequences with which a person facing digital gender violence lives and the response from the Peruvian justice system, and to make evidence-based recommendations for improvement at the federal level regarding the legal, technological and emotional aspects of caring for victims.

To promote and defend human rights within the context of the expansion of biometric technology in Brazil

To stimulate academic and public debate on the impacts and risks associated with mass surveillance using biometric technologies in Brazil, and to promote human rights parameters such as a respect for legal due process, data protection and the presumption of innocence.

To strengthen the Al Sur coalition in order to promote digital rights with a unified voice

To reinforce Al Sur’s capacity to generate consensus in civil society, and to advocate in policies and regulations on digital rights in Latin America.


To defend freedom of expression against censorship on the Internet and the removal of online content


To make the blocking and removal of digital content visible as a mechanism for censorship and, at the same time, provide information and advocacy tools to journalists and civil society.

To broaden society’s understanding of the digital technologies used in electoral processes

To raise the capacities of society by increasing its knowledge about what technologies are used in Colombia’s electoral processes, as well as how to influence future changes to these technologies and their potential regulation.

To promote access to justice for women survivors of digital violence in Mexico

To develop analysis and recommendations on access to justice in cases of digital violence, providing them to various relevant actors, such as women, legislators, authorities and decision makers.

To bolster the legal defense of digital rights in Latin America


To strengthen the capacities of organizations that focus on strategic litigation and the protection of digital rights in Latin America.

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