Questions about eligibility
- My collective is not formally registered, can we apply?
- Can I apply as an individual?
- We are primarily a for-profit or business-oriented organisation that provides technology services, training and tools to women’s rights organisations, can we apply?
- We are applying as a feminist-focused, and/or women-led programme or project within a larger human rights or digital rights organisation, are we eligible?
- We are an organisation and/or constituency fund with a focus on women's rights, but would like to begin developing and deepening our work on feminism and tech, can we apply?
- We did not meet some of the questions in the eligibility criteria, but we think the work of our initiative/collective/group/organisation fulfills the priority and goals of this call, can we apply?
- We are a digital rights organisation with a strong gender focus and analysis, but we don’t call ourselves feminist, can we apply?
- What do you mean by feminist tech?
- My organisation is registered in North America, Western Europe, Australia or New Zealand, but is based and working in the Larger World (Global South) can we apply?
- Do you have any regional preference?
- How do you define “migrant”?
- Are there specific criteria for applying to Seed, Grow or Sustain?
- What do you mean by technology?
- Are there any tech corporations that are off-limits for us to collaborate with (e.g. Amazon, Google etc)?
Questions about the application process
- Can I submit my application in other languages?
- I am finding it difficult to submit my application using the online form, can I submit over email?