The People > Learn about civic tech > Civic fiction - (21)

Creative and innovative fiction projects exploring different issues related to civic tech. From tv programs to educate people about legal rights to documentaries and novels that explore social justice and civic imagination.

Pocket Change

‘Pocket Change’ is a Hindi digital content channel that creates relatable, comedy content for young Indians with civic engagement at its heart.

Civic Studios

The production house focuses on creating content in the genre of Civic Entertainment, i.e. films, TV, digital content, radio content, etc. which can be used to encourage civic participation with public institutions, and thus strengthen democracy.


A man awakens from a coma and speaks a fully-developed but unknowable language that baffles linguists from all over the world.

The Training Commission

The Training Commission is a speculative fiction email newsletter about the compromises and consequences of using technology to reckon with collective trauma.

Police Case

Police Case uses popular TV culture to educate the public about legal rights and the justice system.

How do you like it so far?

How Do You Like It So Far uses pop culture to take soundings of a society in transition, exploring intersections with civic imagination and engagement, and social and political change. Henry Jenkins and Colin Maclay are your guides on this adventure.

Wayforward Machine

A campaign by the Internet Archive to encourage support of internet freedom by showing a potential dystopian near-future

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