Emergency Response Grant Programme: COVID-19

20 April 2020

Our Emergency Response Programme will provide funding to organizations working on projects that utilize the Internet to improve lives during or in response to an emergency situation. In 2020, the Foundation’s focus will be on projects that respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, both during the immediate period of the crisis but also looking ahead at responses to the inevitable “second wave” later this year/into 2021.

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Beyond the Net Small Grant Programme

2 March 2020

The Internet Society Foundation’s Beyond the Net Small Grant Programme offers funding to support Internet Society Chapters and Special Interest Groups (SIGs) to implement short-term projects with a goal of providing learning opportunities, increasing membership in the Chapter/SIG, or undertaking specific research projects.    Programme Objectives Contribute to the development of the Chapter and local community; Strengthen…

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Beyond the Net Large Grant Programme

5 February 2020

Beyond the Net Large Grants (formerly known as Medium/Large) are specifically for Internet Society (ISOC) Chapters and Special Interest Groups (SIGs) with innovative ideas that contribute to the empowerment of people through projects that make a local impact by providing meaningful access to an open, trusted, and globally-connected Internet. Programme Objectives Strengthen the impact of…

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SCILLS Grant Programme

19 January 2020
Young women around a computer in Patna, Bihar, India

Through the Strengthening Communities/Improving Lives and Livelihoods (SCILLS) Grant Program Area, the Internet Society Foundation (Foundation) expands economic growth, improves health outcomes and increases educational opportunities by supporting individuals and communities to more knowledgeably and skillfully use the Internet.

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Internet Governance Forum Events

11 January 2020
IGF 2019 Berlin mural

The Internet Society Foundation’s Internet Governance Forum (IGF) funding programme supports the organization of IGF events at the local, national, regional and global levels, as well as Schools of Internet Governance. The goal of the IGF is to encourage an open and inclusive multi-stakeholder dialogue on policy issues related to Internet governance. The goal of Schools of Internet Governance is to ensure that diverse actors have the skills to participate in Internet governance structures and shape the future of the Internet.

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