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"Open knowledge (or free knowledge) is knowledge that is free to use, reuse, and redistribute without legal, social, or technological restriction.[1] Open knowledge organizations and activists have proposed principles and methodologies related to the production and distribution of knowledge in an open manner." - Wikipedia

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Alliance For Taxpayer Access

The Alliance for Taxpayer Access works to ensure that the published results of research funded with public dollars are made available to the American public, for free, online, as soon as possible.

Public Knowledge

Public Knowledge promotes freedom of expression, an open internet, and access to affordable communications tools and creative works.

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.

Social Science One

Social Science One implements a new type of partnership between academic researchers and the private sector to advance the goals of social science in understanding and solving society’s greatest challenges.

RefB

A Bot to Add References to WikiData Statements

Abierto al publico

In "Abierto al Público" we explore the use of open knowledge through data, code and other media.

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