The African Internet Rights Alliance (AIRA) is a network of Africa-based civil society organisations (CSOs) that advance digital rights.
AIRA members are leading authorities on digital rights and internet freedom, and have a track record of evidence-based and credible engagement at national, regional, continental and global levels.
Through our collective work, AIRA members cover most of eastern, western and southern Africa.
AIRA brings together organisations that address digital rights and internet freedoms across the African continent.We provide forums for regular updates, opportunities for sharing and learning from the work of AIRA members; identifying issues for joint action(s), and spaces to engage and learn from others.
AIRA members work together to address common concerns on digital rights policy as well as to promote policies, models and/ or practices that enhance digital rights. We engage with various stakeholders including policymakers at national, regional, continental and global levels on various aspects of digital rights.
AIRA produces research and position papers that inform policy and decision-making on digital rights
AIRA recognises the importance of building synergies, as well as working collectively for greater influence and effective advocacy
The AIRA Bulletin provides a one-stop shop for easily accessible and regularly updated information on our members’ activities, events and publications.