Opportunities with National Research Centre on Privacy, Harm Reduction and Adversarial Influence Online
The National Research Centre on Privacy, Harm Reduction and Adversarial Influence Online is accepting expressions of interest for their practitioner-in-residence programme and applications for our researcher-in-residence programme. Both are open, rolling calls and submissions will be welcome until 31 March 2023.
According to Robert Schultz-Graham, the REPHRAIN Centre Administrator, “these programmes aim to cultivate and provide a public space to maximise collaboration with the wider community and to offer an environment for mutual engagement and learning. The remit of the programmes is to host researchers and practitioners from the wider UK/international community in its touchdown space in Bristol and its partner organisations (current Government restrictions pending) to enable access to the Centre’s facilities, including datasets and testbed, and for the Centre to benefit in return from proposal outputs.”
The National Research Centre on Privacy, Harm Reduction and Adversarial Influence Online seeks to address fundamental tensions and imbalances pertaining to protecting citizens online through delivering privacy at scale while mitigating its misuse to inflict harms; minimising harms while maximising benefits from a sharing-driven digital economy; and balancing individual agency vs. social good.
You can learn more about how to apply to be a practitioner or researcher in residence with this National Research Centre on the relevant pages on their website. Practitioner-in-residence information can be found at this link, and researcher-in-residence information can be found by clicking here.