DescriptionTo support MAFINDO, an Indonesian non-profit organisation to enable them to do social media monitoring and platform-focused advocacy during the period leading up to and after the Indonesian election.
DescriptionTo support the Max Bell School of Public Policy at McGill University to participate as the research lead in the Digital Democracy Project, a multi-faceted initiative designed to monitor, study, and respond to digital threats to democracy in Canada.
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 provide general operating support to the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI), a non-profit organisation dedicated to improving countries' governance over their natural resources to promote sustainable and inclusive development.
DescriptionTo support Digital Action to work with partner organisations around the world to identify and mitigate technology-based vulnerabilities for impending elections and to build strategic coalitions to push for reforms that will build resilient democracies into the future.
DescriptionTo provide support for an NYU research team to collect and analyse data that increases the transparency of organised political messaging on major digital media platforms. The work aims to provide a public audit of voluntary corporate transparency and expose how organised information operations use digital advertising.
Funding typeGrant: Foreign Public Charity Equivalent
Funding purposeGeneral Funding Grant
DescriptionTo support Open Data Durban, a non-profit civic technology lab that implements and advocates for open data, open government, and civic technology through projects, events, workshops, and dataquests. They work with government, citizens, civic society, and the media to democratise knowledge and enable informed decision making and evidenceâ€based planning.
This database was last updated on 29 November 2021
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