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Call For Applications For Community Leaders For Internet Health 2020

Call For Applications For Community Leaders For Internet Health 2020

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The Mozilla foundation calls applications for the Community Leaders For Internet Health 2020. Interested candidates can apply until 30th January 2020.

  • Digital Grassroots was found in 2017, and now the organizers have added an open leadership program to the grassroots efforts.
  • Over the past few months, the organizers have been working to launch Community Leaders for Internet Health during Open Leaders X.
  • Community Leaders for Internet Health will spotlight internet issues in diverse local community contexts and collaborate with local leaders to engage with tools for open campaigning towards Internet Health.
  • Their program enables people in underrepresented regions to assess the state of the Internet in their community and share their stories on the challenges and opportunities encountered.


The short-listed candidates will receive the following benefits

  • The program showcases the Digital Rights Monopoly game to bring awareness on digital inclusion issues affecting young people
  • Also, the participants will collaboratively learn open leadership models necessary for raising awareness of the impact of the internet on society.
  • Additionally, the participants will also receive guidance on open campaigning for the Internet Health Report from their assigned mentors.
  • Furthermore, the collaboration between mentors and community leaders will keep the internet health movement active even up to the next MozFest.
  • The participants get an education on key internet themes through the issues highlighted in the Internet Health Report as a reference point (openness, privacy & security, web literacy, decentralization, and inclusion).
  • The program also guides the participants on how to design and implement minor projects on internet health within their community.
  • Therefore, through these projects, the participants can contribute to the internet health movement by documenting and sharing their experiences in fueling a healthy internet in their community.


The Digital Grassroots will short-list ten eligible applicants for the program, online.

Selection Criteria

The candidates must meet the following requirements

  • They must be between 18 and 29 years old in 2020
  • Also, they should be able to dedicate 8 hours per week in March
  •  Similarly, they must be working on an existing internet-related project ( any type of project – academic, activist, research, media, etc)
  • Moreover, the candidates must have good access to the internet (this is a web-based program)
  • The organizers encourage women to apply.
  • Furthermore, it also encourages applicants working on issues of gender, youth, and underrepresented groups.
  • This program is free for selected participants and is not paid.

For additional details, visit the official website.


Type of Opportunity Conferences
Deadline30 January,2020
Open toAll
OrganizerMozilla Foundation
Contact the organizerhttps://foundation.mozilla.org/en/



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