DescriptionTo support Tumml, an organisation in San Francisco that operates as an accelerator, supporting early stage companies developing innovative consumer products and services that improve urban living.
DescriptionTo educate Spanish-speaking audiences on how to identify misinformation and disinformation related to the 2020 census and election, and will also help identify and debunk disinformation aimed at reducing Latino-participation in these events.
DescriptionTo support SwiftRiver, a free and open source platform that helps people make sense of a lot of information in a short amount of time. It offers organisations an easy way to combine natural language/artificial intelligence process, data-mining for SMS and Twitter, and verification algorithms for different sources of information.
Amount committed (US$)
For-profit figures not reported
Funding typeDebt: Convertible (Seed)
DescriptionTo support Versa, a for-profit civic startup developing digital products to deliver engaging, factual information to citizens through partnerships with online publishers, with the aim to increase transparency and foster citizen participation on local issues.
DescriptionTo support The Women's Legal Centre, a public interest litigation non-profit that works to create a South Africa in which women and people identifying as women are free from violence, empowered to ensure their own reproductive and health rights, free to own their own share of property, have a safe place to stay, and are empowered to work in a safe and equitable environment.
DescriptionTo support the Center for International Media Assistance, a Washington DC-based organisation leading the organising committee for World Press Freedom Day, celebrated with a series of events in DC from May 1-3, 2011.
DescriptionTo support the development of a technical data standard that would enable civil society, governments, and the private sector to rapidly compare and contrast information contained in government contracts.
Funding typeGrant: Foreign Public Charity Equivalent
Funding purposeGeneral Funding Grant
DescriptionTo support The Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalism - Abraji, a non-profit institution composed of and run by journalists, dedicated to improving Brazilian journalism and defending freedom of expression.
DescriptionTo support Access Now's Digital Security Helpline, a resource offering real time, direct technical assistance and advice to users at risk around the world, and the work of Access Now Europe.
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