Research Methods for Policy & Advocacy Workshop in Latin America & the Caribbean

October 2-6, Buenos Aires Argentina

Application Deadline: July 17 Application available at https://goo.gl/forms/Ab1KC9YkxaQi3wLJ3

The Annenberg School for Communication’s Internet Policy Observatory has teamed up with the Center for Technology and Society at the University of San Andres, Derechos Digitales, the Center for Technology and Society at FGV School of Law in Rio, the Group for Internet Studies at the University of the Andes in Bogota, and R3D in Mexico to organize the third regional Research Methods Workshop for Internet Policy and Advocacy in Buenos Aires for the Latin American and Caribbean region.

The workshop seeks to provide a venue for stakeholders in the region to consolidate existing advocacy and research ventures with more robust analytical and evidence-based approaches. The program brings together young scholars, activists, lawyers, and technologists for an intensive five-day practicum on using methodologically rigorous, data-driven, and contextually appropriate research for advocacy.

The program will provide skill-building tutorials on the following topics:

  • Defining and framing research topics and questions
  • Conducting desk and archival research
  • Researching law, policy and regulation
  • Questionnaire/interview design and techniques
  • Conducting surveys and public opinion research
  • Network measurement
  • Social network analysis
  • Data visualization
  • Translating research into action: dissemination for advocacy and policymaking impact
  • Developing proposals for funding and creating actionable research agendas

We encourage individuals from Latin America and the Caribbean in the academic (early career), NGO, technology, and public policy sectors to apply. Prospective applicants should have a particular area of interest related to internet governance and policymaking, censorship, surveillance, internet access, political engagement online, protection of human rights online, or corporate governance in the ICT sector. Para más información oprima en este enlace.

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