7iber is an online magazine that seeks to inform, inspire, and engage communities to foster a more open society. We work in three areas: 1) we create original informative multimedia content and provide a platform for critical conversation, 2) conduct research on Internet governance and digital rights, and 3) operate a co-working office, and an events space, including a cafe. We also conduct training on topics related to digital media. 7iber stands for universal human rights, freedom of expression and access to information. We believe that people and communities should have the freedom to craft and share their own narratives. 7iber began in 2007 as a citizen media platform with the initial costs of the website covered by its founding members. Since 2009, 7iber has grown into a media organization that is a registered LLC in Jordan, and financed through grants and media projects. Currently, our main supporters are the European Endowment for Democracy (EED), The Dutch Embassy, Amman, International Media Support (IMS), Hivos, and Internews. In the past we’ve worked with the Open Society Foundation, Heinrich Boell Foundation, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), and the Arab Partnership Participation Fund.
Editor in Chief – Arts and Culture Editor
Reem Al Masri
Director of Research
Mohammed al Qaq
Partners and administration: Reem al Masri, Naseem Tarawnah, Mariam Abu Adas, Ramsey George, Lina Ejeilat, Mohammed al Qaq. Co-founders: Naseem Tarawnah, Ramsey George, Lina Ejeilat.