W3C offers an Inclusion Fund and Fellowships for TPAC 2022

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As 60% of the world is now online, we want and need to reflect the diversity of the whole world as more people continue to access, use and create the web. We believe that more diversity means better representation, which leads to better and more inclusive design. More diversity also brings higher quality results.

We are opening today the W3C TPAC Inclusion Fund & Honorarium Fellowships applications, until 31 July. Both offerings are designed for people from an under-represented group who wouldn’t be able to attend or meaningfully contribute to TPAC without financial support.

We are grateful to this year's sponsors W3C, Igalia and an anonymous donor.

You can read more about these programs on the TPAC 2022 registration page, and you can read our CEO Jeff Jaffe 2022 update on diversity and inclusion at W3C.

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