Upcoming events

Our upcoming events

DFF regularly organises events and convenings as well as develops resources to support organisations and individuals in pursuing litigation on digital rights issues. This area of work includes projects which have their own vision and objectives, while also sharing common goals and adhering to transversal values based on decolonial and anti-oppressive principles.

The first DFF digital rights virtual drop-in law clinic is taking place in March and April 2024. The clinic will host sixteen sessions during which you will have the opportunity to interact with digital rights strategic litigation experts from across Europe.

The objectives of this drop-in clinic are to provide beneficiary organisations with detailed and case-specific information on digital rights and to enable them to identify when and to what extent Charter rights apply in the digital sphere and how they can be relied upon in strategic litigation.

If you or your organisation have ongoing cases or are planning litigation related to digital (and Charter) rights, let us know here by 4 March.

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DFF actively engages in a consultative dialogue process with those working to advance digital rights in Europe to learn what our shared priorities in the field are and what we at DFF can do to support them.

One important way through which we do this is via our anchor event, the Annual Strategy Meeting, where we bring together a wide group of organisations and individuals working on digital rights topics to jointly strategise, share information and lessons, and co-ordinate work going forward. This also helps us define our grant-making funding priorities and overall strategy going forward.

Our next strategy meeting will be held on March 12-14, 2024, in Berlin, Germany.

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During this exclusive three-day consultation and feedback workshop, litigators and collective redress experts from diverse jurisdictions will converge. Together, we will delve into strategic discussions on using collective redress mechanisms to advance digital and Charter rights litigation.

This workshop is a crucial component of the digiRISE project, and we are offering it as an invite-only platform for collaborative engagement. If you’re keen to participate, kindly contact Alexandra at alexandra@digitalfreedomfund.org to express your interest.

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