DEADLINE: JUNE 30, 2021 —The Open Internet for Democracy Leaders Program is currently accepting applications for the 2021 program.
The program seeks applicants who will develop an advocacy/research project to raise awareness about a particular digital rights issue occurring in their country or region that poses a direct threat to democracy.
The Program is a nine-month non-residential leadership program that empowers emerging leaders from across the globe to build their advocacy and organizing skills to protect internet freedom.
Applications are open to global advocates from civic organizations, media, and the private sector who are passionate about protecting and promoting an open internet.
Interested applicants must be experienced in one or more of the following areas: policy, activism, research, or technical expertise.
Applicants must also be fluent in written and spoken English .
The deadline for applications is June 30th, 2021.
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