Investment descriptionGrassroot is a non-profit organisation whose mobile tools enable ordinary people in communities across South Africa to organise groups, meetings, and events - using any mobile phone - which eliminate the transaction costs of collective action. This is a core grant to support the expansion of their work.
Investment descriptionThis grant supports Institute for Strategy and Policy, a leading think tank in Myanmar, to support their research on Myanmar's political reforms, community outreach, and capacity building programs.
Investment descriptionThe Igarapé Institute is a think and do tank committed to safety, security and justice with operations across Latin America and Africa. The Institute advances five core programming areas – citizen security, cyber security, drug policy, safe cities, and building sustainable peace – together with a focus on data and civic tech development.
Investment descriptionICIJ is an investigative reporting enterprise and network of journalists and media outlets. It began 19 years ago as a project of The Center for Public Integrity in Washington DC.
As ICIJ has grown, it has become more service-oriented and is the only global organization of its kind. To enable ICIJ to build on the success of PanamaPapers and fully explore growth opportunities, it will transition to being an independent organization, first working through a new fiscal sponsor and afterwards as a full- fledged non-profit organization.
Investment descriptionThis is a grant to 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.
Investment descriptionThis is a renewal grant to 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.
Investment descriptionThis is a renewal grant to support Open Data Institute, an organisation that works with companies and governments to build an open, trustworthy data ecosystem, where people can make better decisions using data and manage any harmful impacts.
Investment descriptionThis is a grant to support PODER’s Transparency Technologies program to expand its work in open contracting and beneficial ownership, whistleblowing and whistleblower protection, and digital security.
Investment 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.
Investment descriptionThe Poynter Institute for Media Studies is a school that promotes independent journalism in the public interest. For 41 years, Poynter has served the public by teaching journalists the reporting, writing and editing skills that equip them for their important work. Poynter’s teaching and thought leadership fall into five categories: storytelling, leadership, ethics, innovation and fact-checking.
This grant will support Poynter's fact-checking network.
Investment descriptionThis is an unrestricted core grant to Publish What You Pay (PWYP), the global coalition of civil society organizations striving for an open and accountable extractives sector. The grant will support the work of the international secretariat.
Investment descriptionThis grant supports 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, US, Australia and South Africa.
Investment descriptionRSF is a 30-year old Paris-based organisation that has relentlessly pursued a strategy to date of protecting freedom of the press worldwide by protecting the safety and security of journalists operating in threatening regimes.Going forward, in recognition of a changing global political landscape and the increasing urgency and importance around protecting journalists and press freedom, RSF is looking to revamp each of these pillars. Pertinently for the purposes of this invesment, they will entirely revamp and restructure their correspondent network and incubate new investigative projects like Freedom Voices.
Investment descriptionThis is a two -year core grant to support SERAP to build awareness around the Freedom of Information Act in Nigeria, to support citizens and civil society to make use of it, and to conduct strategic litigation to build jurisprudence around the right of the public to access information.
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.