Advancing digital rights in Europe
The Digital Freedom Fund supports partners in Europe to advance digital rights through strategic litigation.
Pro bono support
DFF offers litigation grants, connects partners with expert pro bono support, and seeks to catalyse litigation efforts.
DFF funds three types of activities: single-instance litigation, pre-litigation research, and emergency support.
We accept grant applications on a rolling basis. Calls for applications for special projects will be announced separately on our website.
The future of digital rights
What should future digital rights litigation in Europe look like? Join our consultative process and help us figure it out.
From our blog
Does a future with self-driving electrical cars look greener? In a tech-driven future, will we be able to disconnect? How do we ensure transparency and accountability in a world where “black boxes” make decisions on our health, education, civil and political rights, and many other aspects of our lives? How can we use technology to our advantage five, ten years from now? These, and other questions, were considered by participants in DFF’s “Future-proofing our digital rights” workshop in Berlin last week.