Wikimedia Highlights WRKE Fellow Contributions in Inaugural Year Review

Interested in learning about the “Why?” behind the Race and Knowledge Equity Fellowship program? Our partners at Wikimedia published a great piece on the Equity Fund where current IIPSJ fellow, Shreyanka Mirchandani Changaroth also received a special mention and quote:


IIPSJ’s inaugural Wikimedia Race and Knowledge Equity Fellow is Shreyanka Mirchandani Changaroth, a legal expert who has lived and worked in Singapore, Canada, and the United Kingdom, and is called to the Singapore bar. Shreyanka will lead work with IIPSJ to explore ways to impact IP policy in the US through community engagement. “We can now focus our efforts on tackling grassroots community education around intellectual property, something that goes to the very core of racial equity in the technological society,” said Shreyanka, when describing the new Fellowship.

Read their full article below.

[CLOSED 8/11/23] Applications Now Open: 2023-24 Wikimedia Race and Knowledge Equity Fellow

The inaugural year for the Wikimedia Race and Knowledge Equity (WRKE) Fellowship has been in a success. Now, thanks to continued generous support from our partners at the Wikimedia Foundation Knowledge Equity Fund, IIPSJ is pleased to announce that we are currently accepting applications to hire a new WRKE Fellow for the 2023-2024 year. You can view and download the full position announcement here.

Also in the coming weeks, be on the look out for resulting fellowship research and scholarship materials from our current fellow, Shreyanka Mirchandani Changaroth.

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