Due Date: December 20, 2019
Applications are welcomed for the Paradigm Effort Digital Rights and Addition Knowing Laboratory (DRILL) Fellowship Program 2020 The fellowship is for a duration of 3 months at a time, however can be restored for another 3 months on conclusion, depending upon prepared activities and joint evaluation in between the Fellow and PIN.
As a mid-career fellowship, prospective prospects will be anticipated to have had a minimum of 5 years’ experience as innovation or social innovators, scientists, policy professionals, and/or business owners.
There are both massive obstacles and chances for understanding the enthusiastic job of producing an inclusive, healthy, safe and open Web in the coming years for all Africans, consisting of marginalized and susceptible populations such as ladies and ladies, individuals with lower earnings levels or residing in rural neighborhoods, sexual minorities, the senior and individuals with specials needs. Linking the next billion who primarily reside on the African continent needs not just technological and industrial developments, however likewise brand-new designs of cooperation amongst all stakeholders.
Paradigm Effort will host a Digital Rights and Addition Knowing Laboratory (DRILL) from February 2020, at its head office in Lagos, Nigeria. DRILL has an objective to host ingenious discovering around digital rights and addition in Africa, and act as an area for both practice and reflection, intended to include and link various stakeholders and produce discussion among scientists, social innovators, policymakers and stars, the economic sector, in addition to civil society.
As a lighthouse for digital rights and addition advocacy in Africa, discovering activities will happen at the laboratory in order to develop brand-new thinking on digital rights and addition method for Africa. There are a range of activities that will happen, consisting of however not restricted to, focused future-facing research study; discussions; environment conferences and conversations concentrated on digital rights and/or addition hosted within the environment; and basic interaction about the laboratory’s activities.
DRILL will provide an area for huge thinking, examination of digital rights and digital addition programs, and future-proofing environment activities. DRILL will host innovators, scientists and/or entrepreneurs-in-residence at the PIN HQ so they can host biweekly ecosystem/sector conferences (to share insight/ideas), biweekly discussions (to share results of their research study and/work) and deal with the Executive Director to tape-record a month-to-month DRILL podcast on topical problems.
Applicants will be needed to briefly discuss their designated focus for the fellowship duration throughout the application procedure. Paradigm Effort will anticipate to get a two-page job strategy from shortlisted prospects. For the effective prospect, this would be gone over and settled on with the PIN management group, no behind 2 weeks after the fellowship start date. The effective fellow will devote a minimum of 16 hours each week to the fellowship, working from the PIN HQ in Lagos.
- The fellow will be anticipated to host biweekly ecosystem/sector conferences at the PIN HQ (to share insight/ideas), biweekly discussions (to share results of their research study and/work) and a month-to-month DRILL podcast to be taped with the Executive Director of Paradigm Effort
- The Fellow will host a side session on a topical and pertinent digital rights and/or addition style, in the particular location of their interest, at the yearly Digital Rights and Addition Online Forum
- The last month of the fellowship will include a last conference, a last discussion and the last podcast from the chosen fellow. There will be an exit interview and chance to assess what has actually been attained in the 3- to 6-month duration with PIN’s management group
- Open to young Nigerians
- Prospects are anticipated to have had a minimum of 5 years’ experience as innovation or social innovators, scientists, policy professionals, and/or business owners.
You will require the following in order to send your application:
- Your resume (not more than 3 pages)
- Your cover letter detailing your interest in the DRILL fellowship ( not more than 500 words)
- A short sign of tentative focus of your fellowship (not more than 500 words)
For more details, see DRILL