Through this page, you can gain access to all of DFF’s past and present projects. These diverse projects aim to serve as resources for those working in the digital rights field, as well as for those looking to learn more about key digitals rights issues.

DFF is launching a new initiative to support the work of racial, social and economic justice organisations in the digital context.

In honour of International Women’s Day 2021, DFF presents a mini-series to highlight the importance of intersectional feminism for digital rights.

DFF celebrated Human Rights Day 2020 with a countdown. Each day for 16 days, we published a short article illustrating how digital rights are human rights.


In this series of animated videos, DFF highlights several important digital rights cases from our network.


In 2020, DFF held a workshop that aimed to tackle the use of AI in the time of COVID-19. We have published a report and other resources from the workshop here.

DFF’s first ever Speakers Series ran throughout November and December 2020. The full video and audio from the series can be accessed below.


DFF has, in collaboration with De Argumentenfabriek, distilled many conversations about the digital welfare state into the foundation of a litigation strategy.

DFF and its partner European Digital Rights (EDRi) are in the initial phases of a new initiative to begin a decolonising process for the digital rights field.

This series of essays, contributed by five experts in the field, explores some key issues that may shape our digital rights future.