Supporters

The important work of Digital Rights Watch would not be possible without the support and partnership of many individuals and organisations. We’d especially like to thank these supporters for their assistance, collaboration and partnership in many different ways.

If you would like to discuss becoming a supporter or partner to Digital Rights Watch, please do contact us.

Partner organisations

  • Access Now
  • Action Aid Australia
  • Amnesty International Australia
  • Article 19
  • Australian Lawyers for Human Rights
  • Australian Privacy Foundation
  • Australian Progress
  • Blueprint for Free Speech
  • CHOICE
  • Deakin University Criminology
  • Digital Data & Society Consortium
  • Fight for the Future
  • Future Wise
  • Human Rights Law Centre
  • Liberty Victoria
  • National Justice Project
  • NSW Council for Civil Liberties
  • Thoughtworks
  • Wikileaks

Supporting individuals

  • Michael Malone, founder and former Managing Director of iiNet
  • Jennifer Robinson, Director of Legal Advocacy, Bertha Foundation
  • Mary Kostakidis, Broadcaster and journalist
  • Julian Burnside AO QC, Barrister & human rights advocate
  • Ass. Prof. Ellie Rennie, Deputy Director, Swinburne Institute for Social Research
  • Andrew Bartlett, former Senator and Research fellow, Australian National University
  • Prof. Rob Sparrow, Department of Philosophy, Monash University
  • Ben Eltham, journalist
  • Dr TJ McIntyre, Chair of Digital Rights Ireland
  • Antony Loewenstein, independent journalist, Guardian columnist and author
  • George Newhouse, Director, National Justice Project
  • Bernard Keane, journalist
  • Tracey Dunning, Industry & Policy, Regulatory Program Co-ordinator, Macquarie Telecom
  • John Lindsay, former CTO of iiNet & Internode
  • Helen Razer, journalist and commentator
  • Dr Paul Bernal, Lecturer, Information Technology, Intellectual Property and Media Law, UEA School of Law
  • Prof. Dianne Otto, Francine V McNiff Chair in Human Rights Law at Melbourne University, Director of the Institute for International Law and the Humanities
  • Prof. Ariadne Vromen, Dept of Government and International Relations, University of Sydney
  • Dr. Aim Simpeng, Dept of Government and International Relations, University of Sydney
  • Dr. Benedetta Brevini, Dept of Media and Communications, University of Sydney
  • Asher Wolf, journalist
  • Trisha Jha, libertarian commentator
  • Carly Nyst, Human rights lawyer
  • Prof. Julian Thomas, Swinburne University
  • Dr Angela Daly, Vice Chancellor’s Research fellow, Queensland University of Technology
  • Dr Tama Leaver, Senior Lecturer of Internet Studies, Curtin University
  • Dr Rebecca Giblin, Senior Lecturer, Monash Faculty of Law
  • Dr Monika Zalnieriute, Melbourne Law School
  • Brett Solomon, Access Now