The digital rights community grant program supports public education about digital rights by funding one-off activities created and run by community groups and individuals across Canada. $1000-$3000 are available for range of activities to support public education on digital rights, from art to workshops to movie nights and more. The deadline for this application is November 9th 2018. Remember this is a rolling application grant, the sooner you apply the faster you hear back.

Contact Details

Please provide the information below. This will be important for us to contact you about the status of this application. Your information will not be shared with other sources beyond Digital Justice Lab and Tech Reset Canada. We are using Google Forms for this application process, if you don’t feel comfortable with that please feel free to email us or mail us your application if that is easier.

Name *
Project Description
We want to learn more about your project. It’s okay if you don’t have it completely figured out yet! This is a process and we are here to support you in navigating your project ideas. 500 words or less
It is okay if the project name changes over the course of your project
Tell us more about your project. What are you hoping to accomplish? How will you involve your community? 500 words or less
Digital Rights Theme *
What themes align with your project?
Project Type *
Please select a project type. It’s totally okay if your project does not fit into any of these categories, use this as a guide to get ideas flowing - it can be one of these, it can be something else!
500 words or less
500 words or less
500 words or less
Making the Project Happen
Provide a list of materials or support. This will help you build your budget)
(For example: photos, written journal, sketches, video…)
*Projects can range from $1000-$3000 CAD
*In bullet points please describe how the money will be used. For example (Funding will be used for space, supplies, labour etc)
Additional Questions