We believe that building networks, partnerships and coalitions is the only way to catalyze and deliver the scale of change we seek.
Project Liberty is building a Global Alliance for Responsible Technology — a constellation of organizations with the bold vision to usher in a tech ecosystem guided by rights and ethics.
Our community of over 50 impact organizations shares Project Liberty’s vision to build a healthier tech ecosystem. Together, we spur on research, learning, campaigns and impact collaborations to bring our vision for a better web, better world to life.Join Our Alliance
Project Liberty identifies and engages with leaders across the tech impact ecosystem on a diverse range of projects — including future-facing, solutions-oriented research, DSNP use cases, new frameworks, programs and products — that realize a healthier tech future. Our cohort of Fellows includes leading academics, social entrepreneurs, technologists, researchers and social impact leaders.
Colonel William J. Walsh Professor of American Government, McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University
Assistant Professor of Law, Sciences Po // Affiliate, Berkman Klein Center at Harvard University
Jerry Yang and Akiko Yamazaki Professor and Senior Fellow, HAI, Stanford University // Director of the Stanford Digital Economy Lab, Stanford University
Scott K. Ginsburg Professor of Law and Technology, Georgetown University
Co-Founder, Starling Lab
Chairholder, Digital Governance and Sovereignty Chair at Sciences Po
Provost, Sciences Po
Social psychologist, NYU Stern
Founder, Beyond the Screen
Director, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford University
James B. McClatchy Professor of Law, Stanford Law School
Professor of Political Science & Associate Director of Stanford’s Institute for Human-centered AI
Professor, Media Arts and Sciences, MIT // Co-founder and Chair, Cortico
International Policy Director at the Cyber Policy Center, Stanford University
Executive Director, Aspen Digital
Daniel Paul Professor of the Practice of Government and Technology, Harvard Kennedy School
Founder and President, La Plateforme
Professor of Law, Public Policy, and Computer Science, Harvard University // Director, Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society
501(c)(3) fellows and fellowships are unaffiliated with the 501(c)(4)
Next Gen Fellows
Project Liberty and Aspen Digital, a policy program of the Aspen Institute, launched the Next Gen Tech Fellowship. This initiative will train and provide a platform for young voices seeking to build an interconnected world that is accessible, safe, and inclusive – both online and off. Five fellows were chosen from a diverse group of US-based Gen-Z leaders, ages 18-25, to participate in the 2023 pilot of the Next Gen Tech Fellowship.