These Fellowships are designed to support Fellows engaging in one or more of the following activities:
- Advocacy campaigns on issues such as open data, data quality, e-services for citizens, and budgetary transparency.
- Improving the quality of data (such as making existing public data machine-readable or generating and publishing open and reusable data needed for further development digital solutions for transparency and accountability in the region).
- Developing new digital solutions addressing community needs, helping citizens better hold governments to account, contributing to the improvement of public services, and/or improving CSO accountability.
- Promoting / rolling out and expanding the existing civic tech solutions that address community needs, help citizens better hold governments to account and/or contribute to the improvement of public services, and building the relevant skills of the potential users.
It is obligatory to complete every field in the Concept Note. Where no answer is possible the applicant should write “not applicable”.
Please note that sections marked with * will require proof/supporting documents at the stage of Full Application if the Concept is approved.