Deadline: 25 September 2023
The selected partner will work closely with EngageMedia to further build the digital safety capacity among members of at-risk communities, and contribute to the consolidation of digital safety and digital rights experts and advocates in the region.
The Greater Internet Freedom initiative aims to “enhance digital security for civil society and media organisations, engage citizens in internet governance debates, and advance human rights online”.
- The engagement will begin in October 2023 and end in August 2024.
- Must be an organisation registered in the Philippines.
- Must be eligible to receive foreign grants and funding.
- Must be willing to get additional consultants/contracts as needed, based on country-level activities.
- Must have extensive connections across civil society, particularly among digital rights defenders and internet freedom groups in the country.
- Must have a good grasp of digital rights and safety issues in the Philippines.
- Must be committed to submitting project deliverables in a timely manner.
- Is connected and/or has worked with at-risk communities, journalists, women and gender minority groups, academic institutions, and national-level policymakers.
- Is connected and/or has worked with digital security enthusiasts and practitioners for country- and region-specific events.
- Training and Capacity-building
- Has experience in doing in-person or virtual events on digital rights and digital security issues.
- Has experience in hosting training sessions on digital hygiene and safety.
- Is able to gather training/event feedback, capture learnings from sessions, and supply comprehensive documentation for project-related events.
- Engagement and Research
- Has extensive experience in engaging digital rights and digital safety organisations on advocacy campaigns.
- Has experience in engaging governmental agencies on digital rights policies.
- Has experience in conducting research and in-depth analysis on critical internet freedom issues in the country.
- Has experience in conducting training sessions or capacity-building activities with human rights defenders, media professionals, and digital security specialists.
- Is able to produce content and other visual materials for the purposes of advocacy campaigns.
For more information, visit EngageMedia.