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All Tech Is Human Slack

Our Slack workspace helps individuals in the Responsible Tech ecosystem connect with one another, discuss research, share events, learn about careers and job opportunities, and more. In addition, we have channels for specific locations to allow for people to collaborate based on vicinity.

BARI Conference

BARI is an inter-university research partnership for Northeastern University and Harvard University in conjunction with the City of Boston.

Code for Dallas

Code for Dallas is an official Code for America Brigade in Dallas, TX working on projects with government and community partners to improve people’s lives.

Civic tech in the Fediverse

Self-populated directory of civic techies on Mastodon, sorted by country.

eupolicy.social

eupolicy.social is a Mastodon instance for the EU policy bubble. Its aim is to provide a friendly and respectful discussion space for people working in the field of EU policy and to contribute to the health, diversity and growth of the fediverse.

Community Connections in the Responsible Data community

Last year we piloted an initiative called Community Connections at the Responsible Data mailing list, where we connected two or more members of the community based on their shared interests in responsible data(RD)-related topics, allowing them to chat about topics and projects related to responsible data.

Hacks/Hackers

Hacks/Hackers is an international grassroots community of people who seek to inspire and inform each other to build the future of media.

Wikimedia Community User Group Uganda

Wikimedia Community User Group Uganda is a team of self-motivated individuals who improve articles on Wikimedia Foundation project websites and promote free and open access to knowledge locally. They also invested in projects that sensitize and train communities about Wikipedia.

Wikimedians of the Caribbean User Group

The Wikimedians of the Caribbean Usergroup is a Wikimedia user group focused on the peoples of the Caribbean and the Caribbean Diaspora, bringing together cultures and languages, and also the communities with their diasporas.

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