In late 2012, the Digital Defenders Partnership (DDP) was established to provide rapid response to threats to internet freedom.
The Partnership aims at keeping the internet open and free from emerging threats, specifically in internet repressive and transitional environments.
It also wants to increase and better coordinate emergency support for the internet’s critical users, whenever and wherever they are under threat.
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DDP’s target group: *Announcement:* At this moment it is not possible anymore to apply for Capacity Building Grants.
The call for proposals for Emergency grants – both incidental and sustainable, is open.
The DDP is looking for a capable Mid Term Evaluator.
If you are interested, please send you So I before 30 September to Frerieke van Bree: [email protected] our Terms of Reference here.
Digital First Aid Kit If you think you are facing a digital emergency and you want to assess the problem, take first steps to mitigate the problem or seek help, check our Digital First Aid Kit.
This guide combines advice for self-assessment with advice for “first responders” to help non-technical users all over the world to identify and respond to their digital emergencies.A pdf version can be downloaded here Read more The Digital Defenders Partnership is a competitive grant making mechanism providing support to organisations and individuals working in the digital emergency field.The Partnership was established to provide rapid response to a range of threats to internet freedom: from supporting bloggers and cyber activists who find themselves under attack, to facilitating the deployment of emergency internet in countries where the internet is not free or not accessible.The Digital Defenders Partnership has its origins in the Freedom Online Coalition, and is managed by Hivos, an international NGO based in the Netherlands.As an initial investment, the governments of the Netherlands, the United States, the United Kingdom, the Republic of Estonia, Republic of Latvia, Czech Republic and the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) have dedicated financial support.The Partnership invests in organisations and individuals working on solutions to digital threats faced by journalists, bloggers and human rights defenders.