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Global Curriculum Developer- Greater Internet Freedom

Internews’ Global Technology Department is seeking a consultant to support the Greater Internet Freedom (GIF) project in preparing a global Internet freedom curriculum/learning tool. GIF partners from different regions have developed digital rights schools and training materials to equip participants with the most recent information and skills in digital rights advocacy and policy within their regions. GIF would like to engage a consultant to compile the partners’ materials and produce a global and holistic curriculum that is informed by our partners’ collective and collaborative knowledge and case studies.

This position will support a global, Internet freedom initiative funded by USAID. Internews launched this three-year initiative in August 2020 to enhance digital security for civil society and media organizations, to engage citizens in internet governance debates, and to advance human rights online. The effort will place regional and local organizations at the forefront of the fight to preserve an open, interoperable, reliable, and secure Internet. By supporting localized Internet freedom initiatives within a global, community-based Internet freedom strategy, the GIF Consortium will construct strong local and regional bulwarks against a rising wave of digital authoritarianism.

Scope of work:
  • Review and compile the different trainings and digital rights schools conducted by GIF partners into an interactive learning tool.
  • Produce a complete set of interactive/innovative global curriculum with case studies from the GIF countries.
  • Review curricula of similar programs/courses to identify content gaps from reputable international institutions (e.g., Diplo, Virtual School on Internet Governance).
  • At least 3-4 years of experience in the field of digital rights and/or Internet freedom.
  • At least three years of experience with designing interactive learning tools.
  • Qualitative and quantitative research skills.
To apply:
  • An individual or group of individuals can apply for this consultancy. Please provide a description of the consultancy team or organisation with details of its experience and capabilities, team expertise, portfolio etc.
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Cover letter
  • Sample of relevant work of curriculum development or relevant interactive learning tool
    Timeline and proposed output.

This is a remote-based, part-time, short-term consultancy. All remote candidates will be considered; however, you must have work authorization in your location that does not require sponsorship from Internews.

To apply please click here.

Status: Open

  • Employment

Organisation: Internews Network and Internews Europe

Deadline: Ongoing

Location: Remote


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