Link to full RFP As of February 7, the RFP submission deadline has been updated to 11:59 Pm EST on February 23. Please submit submissions to [email protected] Frequently Asked Questions about the RFP Overview Open Technology Fund (OTF) is soliciting proposals...
Web accessibility is an inclusive practice of thought and design that strives to eliminate or mitigate barriers that would otherwise prevent equal access to the Internet due to disabilities or socio-economic and situational restrictions. When websites and tools are...
Governments across the world engage in various forms of internet censorship – from internet shutdowns, geo-blocking of social media posts or accounts, and blocking of specific websites and apps. When it comes to the latter, information controls can be ‘centralised’ –...
OTF’s application guide encourages potential applicants to work “on projects that will directly benefit those living in the world’s most oppressive censorship and surveillance environments” This has been a longstanding approach with OTF’s 2013 annual report stating it...
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