Weingartner Digital Citizenship Challenge

The Weingartner Digital Citizenship Challenge is a competition designed to address the issues of democratic citizenship in the digital age.

Applicants are asked to submit three short essays describing their ideas on how the Internet can be used to foster a vibrant democracy characterized, among other things, by civic engagement, civil discourse, an informed citizenry and a responsible and transparent government. Three awards of up to $2,000 are available for the best ideas submitted by Jan. 5, 2014. Those chosen as finalists will have their ideas presented at the Weingartner Digital Citizenship Forum Feb. 11, 2014. The Challenge is an initiative created by dotDemocracy, a nonpartisan organization founded by the Weingartner Policy Fellows at the College of William and Mary.

The application for the Challenge, as well as other information on dotDemocracy and the Forum, can be found at dotdemocracy.org.
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