Safe Sisters’ Third Fellowship Program Workshop for African Women

Safe Sisters’ Third Fellowship Program Workshop for African Women

  • Safe Sisters is a fellowship program for women human rights defenders, journalists or media workers that builds capacity to understand and respond to the digital safety challenges that they face in their work and daily life.

  • This unique opportunity brings together human rights defenders and civil society persons from across Africa for intensive training and networking while learning how to strategically employ digital tools across the spectrum of data management, content development, digital security. The safe sister fellowship is about empowering girls and women working on human rights issues to take control of their space online and information and share with other women. Participants must be willing to learn in a fast-paced programme and should have the capacity and commitment to maximize their benefit from the programme. 

  • The Safe Sister Digital Skills Fellowship is made possible with the support of the Belgian Development Cooperation – DGD, Federal Public Service Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation.


  • Apply individually and must be based in Ghana, South Africa, Nigeria, Tanzania, Kenya, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe, and Liberia.

  • Their work should mainly be focused on promotion and protection of human rights.

  • Have an existing high impact digital project or idea they wish to bring into the workshop and implement after the cycle of safe sisters. 

  • Have an open mind to learn and experiment with new digital tools and concepts.  

  • Applicants should be proficient in English (written, spoken and comprehension).

    How to Apply

  • For more information and job application details, see; Safe Sisters’ Third Fellowship Program Workshop for African Women

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