Focus on Belarus: Digital Solidarity Summer School of Women in Tech in Vilnius

Focus on Belarus: Digital Solidarity Summer School of Women in Tech in Vilnius


The European Humanities University in Vilnius with European Union support launches a call for applications to its Digital Solidarity Summer School of Women in Tech. The project is primarily focused on participants who are involved in the Belarusian context and/or who are nationals of the Republic of Belarus.

A 7-day intensive interactive training course comprising discussion of various digital solidarity practices will take place on 3-9 September, in Vilnius, Lithuania.

Eligible participants:

  • female artists working in the field of activist practices, participatory art, educational projects;
  • female researchers studying the gender aspects of work in the field of IT and new technologies from the perspective of solidarity infrastructure development;
  • female activists and NGO representatives whose focus and practice lie at the intersection of women’s rights and information technology, digital activism.

The Summer School attendance is free of charge. The organisers will cover travel costs (for up to €200), accommodation and meals.

The deadline for applications is 30 July.

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CLOSING DATE

July 30, 2022

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