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Introduction to Digital Rights Advocacy

Enrollment in this course is by invitation only

About This Course

In the digital age, democracy requires online spaces where citizens can freely engage with one another—socially, politically, and economically—without unnecessary and disproportionate restriction. The Digital Rights Learning Exchange is a six-week virtual course covering the essential skills needed to become an effective advocate for a democratic digital space. This course will enable 25 participants with an interest in technology and digital rights to learn from leading experts in the digital rights space.

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Esther Mwema

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Uffa Modey

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