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This category collects different learning resources about civic tech. You can find from blogs that explain how to enhance the relationship between people and governments to podcasts and films on how humanitarian organizations are responding to crises. The collection also includes books, newsletters, research, catalogs, reports, and information about courses, trainings, and workshops.

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Democracy Labs

DemLabs works with campaigns to understand their needs, finds the best free/affordable apps that meet it and then freely shares how others can use the solution as well.

The Voices of Public Interest Technology podcast

In just 30 minutes, we bring you insightful interviews with public interest technologists and guest experts on such pressing public interest issues as social justice, inequality and internet rights, the digital transformation, social change, the environmental justice, and more.

Civic Tech Field Guide

The Civic Tech Field Guide is the world’s largest collection of projects using tech for the common good.

Hub for Civic Tech Impact

The Hub for Civic Tech Impact at Boston University convenes many of the research and educational programs that focus on the design, analysis, and development of computing and data science methods and systems operating within the context of legal, societal, economic, and public policy frameworks.

Advocacy Assembly

Advocacy Assembly is a free learning community for human rights activists and journalists.

Socks Talk Politics

“Socks Talk Politics” is a YouTube series launched by the Innovation in Politics Institute to showcase the wide-ranging community and government projects that are around Europe.

Democracy Technologies

A magazine established to provide people working in politics and the industry of Democracy Technologies with in-depth information about new developments and technologies in the field of digital participation and deliberation, electronic voting, and other digital tools that improve political organisations.

CIPESA

ICT Policy Centre for Eastern and Southern Africa — Promoting effective and inclusive ICT Policy in Africa

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