Human rights defenders, journalists, others can apply for incident emergency fund

The Digital Defenders Partnership (DPP) is offering Incident Emergency Fund to human rights defenders, journalists, activists and organisations facing digital threats and attacks.

DDP target groups are women, feminist and LGTBQIA+ organisations; land and environmental rights defenders; and journalists and other actors who make information available to the public.

The incident emergency fund provides up to €10,000 and can be used to cover costs which will directly reduce the risk or impact of a digital attack. The funding covers activities for a maximum of four months.

The fund covers the following:
* Replacement of hardware or software which has been taken, lost or stolen.
* Purchase of more secure hard- and/or software and costs related to installation of the new systems.
* Technical or non-technical activities to respond to urgent issues such as internet blockages.
* Replacement of hardware or software which has been taken, lost or stolen.
* Purchase of more secure hard- and/or software and costs related to installation of the new systems.
* Technical or non-technical activities to respond to urgent issues such as internet blockages.

APPLY HERE

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