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Home Call for Applications MLDI East Africa Digital Rights and Online Flexibility of Expression Lawsuits Surgical Treatment Workshop 2019 in Kampala, Uganda (Completely Moneyed)

MLDI East Africa Digital Rights and Online Flexibility of Expression Lawsuits Surgical Treatment Workshop 2019 in Kampala, Uganda (Completely Moneyed)

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MLDI East Africa Digital Rights and Online Flexibility of Expression Lawsuits Surgical Treatment Workshop 2019 in Kampala, Uganda (Completely Moneyed)

Application Due Date: Thursday 7 February 2019

The Media Legal Defence Effort (MLDI) will be running a lawsuits surgical treatment on the right to online flexibility of expression, digital rights and the web. This specialised, completely moneyed, legal workshop is for legal representatives based in Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda. Applications are presently open.The due date for sending applications is Thursday 7 February 2019

All candidates are needed to send a present or possible case for.
conversation which includes the right to online flexibility of expression,.
digital rights and the web. If candidates do not have a case they.
might send an appropriate law, practice or policy associating with online flexibility.
of expression that they want to see challenged in court.

Effective candidates will, in addition to going to the lawsuits surgical treatment training, end up being active members of a digital rights legal network which will supply chances for engagement both regionally and globally.

Advantages:

MLDI will cover airline tickets, lodging, travel expenditures and a modest daily

Lawsuits surgical treatment goals

MLDI supplies legal assistance to reporters, blog writers and independent.
media. In the last few years, MLDI has actually supported a considerable variety of cases.
including online media. These have actually consisted of difficult social networks.
obstructing and web shutdowns, objecting to cybercrimes legislation,.
‘ incorrect news’ laws and intermediary liability, in addition to requiring.
higher defenses for online personal privacy and defense of journalistic.
sources.

Particularly, the goals of the lawsuits surgical treatment training are:

  • To gear up individuals with the abilities and understanding to prosecute.
    utilizing nationwide and worldwide laws in addition to local and.
    worldwide systems pertinent to flexibility of expression online;-LRB- *******************).

  • To develop a digital rights network and aid facilitate its engagement.
    with worldwide legal systems and worldwide civil society.
    efforts; and
  • To help and establish working relationships in between legal representatives carrying out such cases.

Eligibility Requirements:

An optimum of 12 individuals will go to the training. Individuals will be chosen on the following requirements:

  • The surgical treatment is open to legal representatives who work and live in Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda;-LRB- *******************).
  • Candidates can either be operating in personal practice or be working.
    for or be connected with NGOs promoting the right to flexibility of.
    expression in East Africa through lawsuits. Extremely strong.
    applications will be thought about from legal representatives who have actually not yet carried out.
    flexibility of expression work, however have experience prosecuting other human.
    rights cases and have a strong interest in carrying out flexibility of.
    expression work;-LRB- *******************).

  • Candidates should excel in English;-LRB- *******************).
  • Candidates should have a shown interest in and/or understanding of.
    the right to online flexibility of expression, digital rights, web.
    flexibility and/or associated concerns;-LRB- *******************).

  • The legal representatives should have a shown interest in and/or understanding of worldwide and local human rights law;-LRB- *******************).
  • As part of the application, interested legal representatives are asked to send a.
    case research study of a case which they are either prosecuting or mean to.
    prosecute which might be gone over throughout the lawsuits surgical treatment. For.
    individuals who do not have a case that is pending it will be enough to.
    have actually determined an appropriate law, practice or policy associating with online.
    flexibility of expression that they want to challenge in court.
    Nevertheless, such individuals should show their capability and.
    desire to pursue the case after the surgical treatment;-LRB- *******************).

  • The cases sent should include an infraction of the essential right to flexibility of expression online;-LRB- *******************).
  • The following non-exhaustive list of styles are a guide for the kind of cases that might be sent with the application:.
    • Cybercrime laws;-LRB- *******************).
    • Intermediary liability;-LRB- *******************).
    • Web shutdowns;-LRB- *******************).
    • Constraint of online media;-LRB- *******************).
    • Online personal privacy;-LRB- *******************).
    • Nationwide security; and
    • Privacy online.

MDLI is devoted to advancing equality and variety; and will for that reason think about gender, age, and native land in the choice of individuals.

How to use

Please finish the connected application and send it to Michael Moss at michael.moss@mediadefence.org

Due date for applications: Thursday 7 February 2019

Shortlisted candidates will be alerted not long after the closing date and must be readily available for a Skype or telephone interview on 13 or 15 February 2019.

Files:

Require Applications– East Africa Lawsuits Surgical Treatment 2019

Application– East Africa Digital Rights Lawsuits Workshop 2019

For More Details:

See the Authorities Web Page of the MLDI East Africa Digital Rights and Online Flexibility of Expression Lawsuits Surgical Treatment Workshop