DescriptionTo support the Center for Media Justice, in partnership with Wellstone and United We Dream, in conducting three day-long local events that deliver grassroots digital security workshops to activists and organisers and engage them in related advocacy or educational events.
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 New Media Ventures, a seed fund and angel network investing in media and technology startups that support advocacy movements, create new narratives, and drive civic engagement. This investment supports NMV Innovation Fund in financing early-stage, for-profit and non-profit startups with seed funding.
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DescriptionTo support NextRequest, which streamlines the public records request process with a user-friendly, cloud-supported digital portal that makes it easier for civil servants to respond to the public.
DescriptionTo support the Open Data Charter, a project of the Fund for the City of New York. The Open Data Charter is a collaboration between governments and organisations working to open up data based on a shared set of Principles.
DescriptionTo support the Open Data Institute, an organisation working with companies and governments to build an open, trustworthy data ecosystem, where people can make better decisions using data and manage any harmful impacts.
DescriptionThe Pop Culture Collaborative is committed to the advancement of just, authentic narratives of immigrants, communities of color, women, LGBTQ, and Muslims in pop culture with the purpose of creating a more equitable society. This grant supports the Collaborative in regranting to content creators, culture change strategists, and advocacy groups; sponsor audience engagement evaluation research; and grow the pop culture for social change field through convenings, events, and immersive learning sessions for practitioners and philanthropists.
Funding typeGrant: Foreign Public Charity Equivalent
Funding purposeProject Grant
DescriptionTo support PWYP's campaign for strong and coherent policy regimes and implementation for the mandatory disclosure of extractive companies' payments to governments. This campaign is targeted on key jurisdictions, including the EU, Canada, the U.S., Australia, and South Africa.
We recognise your right to privacy. Therefore, we limit the collection of personal data and strive to work only with organisations that do the same. We will never use your data for any other reason than the one you provided it for – and we will never pass it on without your permission.