here you find links to other actors and initatives being critically engaged with technologies and infrastructures of migration and border control. We consider this as a working document and welcome further suggestions. Please get in touch.

ADMIGOV (Advancing Alternative Migration Governance)
“DMIGOV takes seriously the principles laid out in the New York Declaration (NYD) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to study how alternative approaches to migration governance can be better designed and put into practice.”

“Watch The Med Alarm Phone was initiated in October 2014 by activist networks and civil society actors in Europe and Northern Africa. The project established a self-organized hotline for refugees in distress in the Mediterranean Sea.”

COVID 19 from the margins – blog
“Counting” is the condition of existence and care in the pandemic. Yet, many Souths are virtually absent from the narration of the COVID-19 emergency. This multilingual blog gives them voice, exploring narratives and consequences of the first pandemic of the datafied society.”

European Digital Rights (EDRi)
“European Digital Rights (EDRi) is an association of civil and human rights organisations from across Europe to defend rights and freedoms in the digital environment.”

Files From Moria 
“FILES FROM MORIA works as an archive for videos, sound files and other documents by people living in the refugee camp of Moria on the island of Lesbos. FILES FROM MORIA shall serve as a concrete place in the world wide web, saying: MORIA EXISTS; letting the files speak for theirselves. FILES FROM MORIA is a collaboration in between MCAT (Moria Corona Awareness Team) and a team of friends who are artists, programmers, writers, filmmakers in Germany.”

Privacy International 
“Privacy International is a campaign organization that promotes and defends the rights of privacy, including in the fields of migration and borders. Their work includes also investigating and evaluating IT systems, their methods and techniques as well as “raising awareness about the implications of these new policies for the human rights of citizens and foreigners, and advocating for policy change.”

“Statewatch is a non-profit-making voluntary group monitoring the development of the EU state and civil liberties. It is comprised of lawyers, academics, journalists, researchers and community activists. It encourages investigative journalism and critical research in Europe the fields of the state, justice and home affairs, civil liberties, accountability and openness.”