The Open Internet for Democracy Leaders Program – a collaboration between the Center for Intl Private Enterprise (CIPE), the National Democratic Institute (NDI), and the Center for Intl Media Assistance (CIMA) – is an 8 Months (June 2019 - January 2020) non-resident leadership program that empowers emerging leaders to build their advocacy and organizing skills to protect internet freedom.
The program aims to: a) Empower emerging open internet advocates to advance internet policy discussions and organize for change in their country and region; b) Strengthen the Open Internet for Democracy Community by connecting emerging open internet advocates with their global peers.
Selected applicants will; 1) be a part of a larger intl network where they can learn from peers and share their work; 2) receive an honorarium of $1000 USD for completing their required activities, as well as travel and per diem covered for trips to one regional forum/conference and the 2019 IGF (Berlin, Germany).
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Expectations of selected Leaders include: 1) National or regional advocacy; 2) Communications and Outreach; 3) Thought Leadership.
Preference given to individuals from non-OECD countries.
For further information go to https://openinternet.global/open-internet-democracy-leaders-program