[IRPCoalition] Apply now for Open Internet Leaders Program - Deadline April 5th
DanielO at ned.org
Thu Mar 29 17:59:11 EEST 2018
Are you an internet policy researcher or digital rights advocate interested in how digital policies impact democracy? Do you have an idea for a research or advocacy project that focused around internet rights and principles? The Open Internet Leaders Program<https://openinternet.global/open-internet-democracy-leaders-program> is an exciting opportunity for individuals to get support to execute a project and then share their work at a regional or global digital rights gathering. The deadline to apply is April 5th. The online application form and details about selection criteria are available here: https://openinternet.global/open-internet-democracy-leaders-program
The Open Internet Leaders Program<https://openinternet.global/open-internet-democracy-leaders-program> is a part of the broader Open Internet for Democracy initiative<https://openinternet.global/>, which is a joint initiative of the Center for International Media Assistance<https://www.cima.ned.org/>, the National Democratic Institute<https://www.ndi.org/>, and the Center for International Private Enterprise<https://www.cipe.org/>. The overall objective is to develop a community of digital rights supporters concerned with how internet norms and standards impact democratic governance<https://openinternet.global/read-principles> and who can advocate for such concerns at internet governance and digital rights gatherings.
Daniel O'Maley, Ph.D.
Deputy Editor & Digital Policy Specialist, Center for International Media Assistance
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