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Accessible databases of civic and media archives.

Urban Archive

Urban Archive is a technology nonprofit that creates new connections between people, places, and historical institutions.

TV News Archive and captions

Welcome to TV NEWS Archive! This research library service enables you to: Search more than 1,666,000 U.S. broadcasts using closed captioning; Borrow broadcasts on DVDs; View and Cite short streamed clips; Compare and Contrast perspectives across networks, stations and time; and Place video quotes within your commentary. Dive in and Share your insights!

Hansard 1803–2005

200 years of UK Parliamentary speeches. This site has been produced from digitised editions of Commons and Lords Hansard, the Official Report of debates in Parliament. This was part of a project led by the Commons and Lords libraries.

Syrian Archive

Syrian Archive is a open source platform that collects, curates, verifies, and preserves visual documentation of human rights violations in Syria

Participedia

Anyone can join the Participedia community and help crowdsource, catalogue and compare participatory political processes around the world.

Facebook Ad Archive

The Ad Library provides advertising transparency by offering a comprehensive, searchable collection of all ads currently running from across Facebook Products.

Web Integrity Project

Our mission is to monitor changes to government websites, holding our government accountable by revealing shifts in public information and access to Web resources, as well as changes in stated policies and priorities.

Open Gazettes South Africa

Gazettes are a critical record of South African history. They should be easy to find and use, and freely available to everyone. With nearly 40, 000 gazettes from between 1958 and 2020 available, Open Gazettes is the largest freely online collection of gazettes in South Africa.

सङ्ग्रह (Collection)

The collection is a digital collection of literary works written in Nepali and other languages ​​of Nepal.

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