5 August, 2022
The local voices behind global digital policy debates
Selected Projects 2020
Digital and physical spaces are increasingly connected. Political and social tensions, the public’s relationship with the state and its use of technology are raising new and complex challenges to digital rights. The ongoing pandemic, and related state responses, are creating further cause for concern: Throughout the region, we are seeing widespread misuse of personal data, limits on expression, lack of information and knowledge being distributed to vulnerable communities, and many other alarming developments.
To support the advancement of digital rights in the region, Indela opened its second open call in 2020. We received 138 proposals from 15 Latin American countries.
Today, the Indela team is pleased to announce the six projects selected for its second funding cycle. We are very proud to support these innovative initiatives, which will work on free and fair copyright reform, reducing online gender based violence, localizing public data protection policies, and user-centric cybersecurity laws, among others.
These six projects will receive funding for 12 to 18 months, as well as customized support to strengthen the impact of their work.
The final selections from Indela’s 2020 open call, are as follow:
Congratulations to the organizations selected in Indela’s 2020 Open Call!
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