## Usability and Community Intervention on Support for Democracy and Human Rights (S9)
* Iteration with our websites and automate our localization process.
* Incorporate training materials created by our partners into our [Community Portal](https://community.torproject.org).
* Conduct different types of user research a) learn from human rights defenders about changes in context (political and because of the pandemic) and how they are related to technologies and human rights defenders; b) learn about human rights defenders’ challenges and needs that are outside of the scope of this project and produce recommendations for funders; and c) produce user experience research and apply necessary changes to Tor Browser.
* Continue providing digital security training to our partners and their contacts as well as supporting any partner that is conducting the training themselves.
## Reliable Anonymous Communication Evading Censors and Repressors (S28)
* Obfuscated Channels Objective. To handle an adversary that observes and may control the entire network underlying RACE communications, we develop obfuscated channels in which communication is hidden within traffic generated by common applications. Working with external collaborators at Georgetown University and the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, this task develops a suite of obfuscated channels to support RACE goals for varying adversarial networks (i.e., deployment scenarios).
* Channel Integration and Analysis Objective. To develop tools for evaluating the performance and security of obfuscated channels at scale, both by themselves and when integrated with TA1 protocols. To apply those tools to RACECAR channels.