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Unsurprisingly, much of the civic tech community's interactions take place remotely and asynchronously, on Slacks and listservs and forums.

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Ada's List

All about changing communities, our workplaces, and the industry for the better.

Academia de Innovación Política

La Academia de Innovación Política es una plataforma que busca generar espacios de formación virtuales y presenciales para la transferencia y co-construcción de conceptos, prácticas, metodologías y herramientas de gobernanza democrática en los escenarios actuales.

A+ Alliance

A Feminist AI Research network that gathers a cohort of social scientists, economists, and activists, side by side with data, machine learning and computer scientists to discuss how to fix the system and leverage AI for women’s rights.

Civic Hacker Network

International networking and support hub for those creating change in their communities through data and technology.

What Works Cities

Launched by Bloomberg Philanthropies in April 2015, What Works Cities is a national initiative to help 100 mid-sized American cities enhance their use of data and evidence to improve services, inform local decision-making and engage residents. We are the nation’s most comprehensive philanthropic initiative helping local leaders identify and invest in what works. Applications have now closed to be considered as one of our first 100 cities, but check back soon for new opportunities.

UK Democracy Meetup

Online check-in style meetup, plus document-based format to support remote and asynchronous gatherings

Code for Japan Slack Community

Code for Japan's Slack has more than 5,500 people interested in Civic Tech. Participants are diverse, including engineers, designers, civil servants, students, researchers, and NPOs. No special qualification is required. Anyone who is interested in Code for Japan or Civic Tech can participate.

MetroLab Network

MetroLab Network is a group of 35 city-university partnerships focused on bringing data, analytics, and innovation to city government.

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