Deadline: September 28, 2018
Purposes are open for
- tackle a problem of secure, moral, and efficient digital information governance or observe that’s frequent to nonprofits and civic associations globally
- produce a prototype, draft or full product in a single 12 months
- profit from entry to scholarship and researchers
- have a believable plan for post-fellowship implementation and help
Fellows will obtain:
- A weeklong in-person convening of the cohort on the Stanford campus in January 2019.
- Entry to the Digital Civil Society Lab’s community of companions.
- Mentorship from Lab administrators and entry to Fellowship alumni from earlier cohorts.
- Meet all submission deadlines and submit the appliance in English;
- Decide to spend twelve months endeavor a venture addressing a number of of the 4 Codes of Digital Civil Society outlined above;
- Decide to contribute a remaining written report, video or audio interview, and not less than two submissions to the Lab’s public-facing content material channels together with the
- Decide to attend a week-long convening of the fellowship cohort at Stanford College in January 2019; This week includes an introduction to the Lab and its analysis targets and actions, alternatives to fulfill different communities on campus, unbiased time to work together with students and analysis institutes on campus and within the space, and the event of particular person year-long work plans. Fellows are inspired to interact with and picture/determine extra collective actions for his or her cohort.
- Your initiative cannot contain a political marketing campaign or legislative lobbying efforts.
- Does the venture tackle a query or problem that’s broadly related throughout civil society?
- Will the venture contribute important new data or create substantial optimistic change?
- Does the Fellow exhibit a deep understanding of the problem their venture addresses?
- Will the Fellow and the venture profit from engagement with a tutorial analysis group?
High quality of venture proposal
- Have potential dangers and challenges obtained ample consideration?
- Are targets, timelines, and deliverables reasonable?
- Has the applicant recognized potential partnerships that may catalyze the venture?
- cowl letter
- resume or CV
- venture abstract (most of roughly 200 phrases) and transient proposal (most of roughly 1000 phrases)
- names and e-mail addresses of two references
For extra data, go to Digital Civil Society Lab.