If civic tech is not built by and for a representative portion of society, it cannot hope to legitimately serve the public's needs
Open Source for Equality is a beginner-friendly, safe space for women to participate in open source projects that promote gender equality.
A storyteller’s guide to reframing Africa
This Global Language Data Review sets out what language data you need for planning, where you can find it, and how you can help build the body of data to support inclusive services.
All about changing communities, our workplaces, and the industry for the better.
Centering the knowledges of marginalised communities from around the world. Re-imagining the internet to be for and from us all.
We create free language-learning software for Indigenous communities around the world.
A non-profit, tuition-free coding school for women and gender diverse adults. They focus on serving low-income people, underrepresented minorities, and members of the LGBTQIA+ community.
Utility that generates a namecard containing your pronouns and how to pronounce your name
Established in 2003, guided by the Mozilla Manifesto, the Mozilla Foundation believes the Internet is a global public resource that must remain open and accessible to all.
Our crowdsourced localization results in more accurate and timely translations, and unlocks access to the internet for users all over the world