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Journalism, storytelling, and other forms of interactive media are critical to civic engagement in democracies. Here we track those media and journalism tech projects that directly relate to citizens working to shift power in society.

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UVA Deliberative Media Lab

The Deliberative Media Lab focused on democracies that have experienced cultural and political strife influenced and amplified by social media and reduced public deliberation. The Lab explored the historical, cultural, and technological roots of our media ecosystem, and sought solutions for enhancing global democratic deliberation.

Brown Information Futures Lab

Our lab is where technology, innovation, policy and community meet, one pilot at a time.

Global Disinformation Lab at UT Austin

The Global DisInformation Lab (GDIL) was established in 2020 at the University of Texas at Austin to encourage collaborative interdisciplinary academic research on the global circulation of misinformation, and disinformation.

Information Futures Lab Fellows Program

The Information Futures Fellowship is a novel opportunity for practitioners in public health, healthcare, community organizations, media, policy, design and other fields who are actively working on responses to the ongoing information crisis.

The Listening Post Collective Playbook

As part of the Listening Post Collective’s commitment to developing civic media + power-building resources, we’ve launched a free, self-paced, digital learning platform that guides you through launching your own civic media project.

Survive the Century

You are the senior editor of the world’s most popular and trusted news organization. You have the enviable power to set the news agenda, and thereby shift the zeitgeist.

Persuasive Games

We design, build, and distribute videogames for persuasion, instruction, and activism

UNC Center for Innovation & Sustainability in Local Media

CISLM will grow a more equitable and sustainable future for local news, the journalists who make it and the communities that need it.

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