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This workshop is for anyone undertaking rights-based work that involves developing outputs aimed at persuading external ‘users’ to act. Human Rights advocacy often involves intensive research, which includes the collection and analysation of evidence, compiled into densely written reports. Design thinking is a process that will give you more significant […]

Workshop: Strengthening Human Rights Advocacy with Design Thinking


Join us for the next Network-Centric Resources Online Discussion, our series featuring resource developers sharing hard-earned knowledge and lessons learned. Adam Hyde will be reflecting on his experience in enabling collaborative content creation and strengthening publishing workflows. Adam is the coFounder of Coko, PagedMedia, and founder of Book Sprints, Booktype, […]

Online Discussion: Adam Hyde, Enabling Collaborative Content Creation


Join us for the next Network-Centric Resources Online Discussion, our series featuring resource developers sharing hard-earned knowledge and lessons learned. Milena Marin will be reflecting on developing Amnesty’s Decoder Project, a crowdsourcing platform that enables digital volunteers anywhere in the world to participate in groundbreaking human rights research. It allows anyone […]

Crowdsourcing Human Rights Research, An Online Discussion About Amnesty’s Decoder ...



Join us for our next Network-Centric Resources Online Discussion, our series featuring resource developers sharing hard-earned knowledge and lessons learned. Maya Richman will be reflecting on the lessons learned from The Engine Room’s effort into redesigning the Responsible Data Forum. Maya acts as The Engine Room’s Techno Queen supporting communication, research, […]

Online Discussion: Redesigning The Responsible Data Forum, Maya Richman


This discussion took place! Check out the notes and video. Join us for our first Network-Centric Resources‘ Online Discussion, our series featuring resource developers sharing lessons learned. Soraya Okuda will be discussing the process of iteration to develop EFF’s Security Education Companion. More on Soraya: Soraya Okuda is a designer passionate […]

Online Discussion: Designing EFF’s Security Education Companion


Tech to Human is Lucy Chamber’s blog devoted to capturing her learnings in doing tech translation ‘Making technical topics more accessible and inviting by being deliberate about the language used to talk about them.’

Tech to Human



Outrageous Impact works to grow charities’ influence, impact and income. They are a small but powerful team of strategic thinkers and creative doers, who are passionate about challenging injustice, understanding what people really want and creating campaigns, products, and services that improve lives.

Outrageous Impact


Wikimedia Deutschland promotes the basic ideas beyond Wikipedia: Their goal is that the idea of free knowledge becomes part of everyday life.They want collaborative learning with freely usable content in classrooms and auditoriums to be self-evident. They work to convince museums, scientific and other cultural institutions to release their content. […]

WikiMedia Deutschland


Huridocs is an NGO that supports human rights organizations to use information and technology in the simplest and most efficient way. They help their partners use smart information management to expose human rights violations for the protection of survivors and to hold perpetrators accountable.

Huridocs



‘Data is a Team Sport’ is a School of Data open research project. We aim to learn how data literacy practitioners are adapting and shifting methodologies to create a society where data is not just taken at face value, but data-consumers seek deeper understanding of the role of data itself. […]

We are learning about the Data Literacy Eco-System


We’re collaborating with Lucy Chambers from Tech to Human on a workshop that will help you be assured evidence used in your social change campaign engages rather than alienates. Date: Friday, May 19th, 10:00am Location: Better Bankside, London Cost: 125£. Apply for a scholarship or discount. LEARN HOW TO DESIGN INCLUSIVE DATA […]

Workshop: Data Tactics for a Post-Fact World


In the fall of 2016, we worked to assure that the sessions at MozFest would be of value and meaningful for participants. This year’s MozFest, which took place at Ravensbourne College in London on October 28th to 30th, had over 1700 attendees, and over 500 facilitators. FabRiders’ undertook activities and […]

Mentoring and Support for Mozilla Festival Facilitators and Core Team



FabRiders has designed the agenda and acted as lead facilitator for two of School of Data‘s Summer Camp.  The first taking place for three days in Ottawa, Canada in May, 2015 and the second taking place for five days outside of Sao Paulo, Brazil in May, 2016.  The aim of […]

School of Data Summer Camp


The Open Exchange for Social Change was a one-day participatory event held on October 4th, 2016, one day prior to the International Open Data Conference and was previously known as the IODC unconference. It’s purpose was to pull Open Data practitioners together to exchange knowledge and deepen understanding on how […]

The Open Exchange for Social Change


This three day workshop was designed to help Kosovar Civil Society Foundation understand how to make the data and information contained in the Kosovar Civil Society Index more engaging and accessible to stakeholders. To achieve these goals, we looked at the long-term goals of KCSF and the Index’s role in […]

Improving the Kosovar Civil Society Index



Over the summer of 2016, we helped Greenpeace International develop a three day event that brought together 120 people from the staff of the secretariat and the National Regional Offices to share knowledge and improve engagement practices.  This was to support Greenpeace’s Theory of Change that focuses on developing ‘people […]

Strengthening Greenpeace’s Engagement Strategies


This project, undertaken on behalf of Internews, examined the outcomes of LevelUp, multi-year initiative that focused on supporting individuals worldwide providing digital safety training and education. The evaluation aimed to surface critical lessons the could inform future projects. A public version of the report will be made available in 2017.

Evaluating LevelUp’s Outcomes


Aspiration’s mission is to connect nonprofit organizations with software solutions that help them better carry out their work. They want nonprofit organisations to be able to find and use the best software available, so that they maximize their effectiveness and impact and, in turn, change the world.

Aspiration



Hivos is an international development organisation guided by humanist values. Together with local civil society organisations in developing countries, Hivos wants to contribute to a free, fair and sustainable world.

Hivos International


School of Data is a network of individuals and organizations working on empowering civil society organizations, journalists and citizens with skills they need to use data effectively.

School of Data


Founded in 1998, and officially registered in December 1999, priority mission of KCSF has been to strengthen civil initiatives by providing support through information, services and trainings to NGOs and other relevant civic institutions in all sectors of Kosovar civil society.

Kosovar Civil Society Foundation