Jobs and Internships
Defending digital rights is not a one-person job. In our multiple verticals for parliamentary engagement, policy, litigation, and RTIs, we strive for community engagement and mass digital literacy. IFF’s ethos is rooted in the ideology that each and every Indian citizen should be cognizant of their Constitutional rights, so that we can step in and advocate when their rights are violated.
Working at IFF means devoting yourself to the cause of digital liberties and rights for the people of India. If you believe in our diligent advocacy for constitutional rights, free speech, net neutrality, and privacy, then come, tell us what you bring to the table!
Current job opportunities:
- Associate Litigation Counsel - To view the job description and submit your candidature, please apply here.
Due to the vast number of applications we receive, we will only consider candidates that apply via the link mentioned above. Please note that we will not consider any applications sent in via email or any other channel. If you have any questions regarding the positions, please write to us at [email protected].
We work with interns from a wide range of domains and interests, based on our capacity and need at the moment. Your skills and experience don’t have to be restricted to the fields of technology, policy, or law, to intern with our vibrant and hard-working team. We offer internships to one of two tracks:
- Policy and law: Work with IFF staff on a variety of policy and legal projects.
- Civic literacy and advocacy: Work with IFF staff to bridge the gap between public and policy.
Any applications without a covering letter, which includes a statement explaining their interest in digital rights, will be summarily rejected. All internship positions are based out of our office in New Delhi. All internships come with a stipend.
Internet Freedom Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes a diverse candidate pool. We recognise equal representation as an asset essential to accomplishing our mission. We view diversity as encompassing differences in race, gender/gender identity, sexual orientation, education, age and geographic location and encourage everyone to apply.
Page last edited on September 15, 2022.