Internet Freedom Foundation was originally a group of volunteers who worked on the SavetheInternet.in campaign and joined together to incorporate an organisation set up to support research regarding the online freedoms and rights of Indian citizens, and advocate for a free and open internet. Some volunteers are much more active than others and are contributing to the creation of IFF.
Depending on our capacity and need, over the year we will keep a limited number of interns from domains not restricted to technology, policy or law. For instance are you an online campaigner? Or, are you a whiz at web design, infographics or illustrations? Or, make really good YouTube videos for civic education? Apply to us. We need your help.
All internship positions are usually at our office in Delhi (no remote internships) and have a stipend. Our internship programme is with the hope of growing youth leadership in the domain of digital rights.
So, if you have ideas on how to advance and core values of human freedom and the promise of technology, send us an application with your resume, a covering letter describing your interest and how you would you like to contribute to IFF.
Send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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