Mission and Vision
Our mission is to promote the principles of a free culture and defend civil rights on the Internet, fostering spaces for interaction and exchange of knowledge and developing Web tools with open code and design, supported by an alternative and innovative communication and advocacy work.
Our vision is to establish a collaborative society whose digital rights are exercised and respected, and that can access, copy, modify and freely share their culture.
Our values and principles
Community and collaboration
Our work team
Co-founder of TEDIC. She works in the public policy area and directs digital rights projects in the organization. Researcher in Human Rights and Technology. Lawyer graduated from the National University of Asunción. She has several publications on Cybersecurity, Privacy, Freedom of Expression and Gender on the Internet. Born in Villarrica.
Paloma Lara Castro
Public Policy and Human Rights analyst
Human rights advocate with a Law Degree, MsC Candidate of the Human Rights International Law Program from the University of Buenos Aires (UBA). Work experience in public policies with a human rights perspective, litigation in international organizations and training workshops within the same theme. Her work fouses on the transversality of gender and its connection with the materialization of human rights.
Community and Communication Assistant
Phd. candidate for the Social Communications Program from the National University of La Plata, Argentina. Academic researcher focused on technological communities and feminist cartographies. Co-founder of Geochicas and part of the OpenStreetMap and OSGeo community. Nicaraguan, Costa Rican and self-perceived Paraguayan.