DescriptionTo support United We Dream, which empowers undocumented young people to develop their leadership, their organising skills, and to develop their own campaigns to push for justice and dignity for U.S. immigrants and all people.
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DescriptionTo provide funding to Urban Innovation Fund, a venture fund focused on identifying early-stage innovators disrupting entrenched industries, and providing them with the capital and regulatory expertise to scale into tomorrow's most valued and impactful companies.
DescriptionEast-West Management Institute (EWMI)'s mentoring and capacity-building programme supports a cluster of organisations working to advance freedom of expression in Malaysia. The programme aims to strengthen the capacity of each organisation and develop their collective ability to coordinate and collaborate more effectively.
DescriptionTo support the ALTEC project, providing the resources necessary for the project to fund civic empowerment organisations, social movements, and rapid-response campaigns which are striving to protect civic space and democratic governance.
DescriptionTo support More in Common, an organisation which aims to build communities and societies that are stronger, more united, and more resilient to the increasing threats of polarisation and social division.
DescriptionTo support Color of Change's ongoing civic empowerment programmes, which will help to create more authentic and representative narratives about criminal justice reform and other issues of importance to Black and historically marginalised communities in the United States.
DescriptionTo establish the Data Futures Lab, a new initiative housed within Mozilla aimed at advancing work on new data stewardship models to enable collective action and collective rights in relation to data.
DescriptionTo support Open Knowledge, a central player in the movement for open, useful information, which has helped build communities of practice and tools to facilitate greater and more efficient publication and consumption of data.
DescriptionTo support the AI Now Institute at New York University. The AI Now Institute is an interdisciplinary research centre dedicated to understanding the social implications of artificial intelligence across four key domains: rights and liberties, labour and automation, bias and inclusion, and safety and critical infrastructure.
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