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Social networks for politics, advocacy, campaigns, or other explicitly civic user bases or use cases.

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Platform to help local government interact with residents, including social-media-based consultation processes


Laudelina is a mobile application, aimed to empower domestic workers. It has an accessible guide to labour rights, abenefits calculator, a list of protection agencies, and an option to create a social network with fellow domestic workers.


the world's first social networking platform for the labor movement with 30,000 Union Profiles

Worldie – Social Media for Good

Worldie‘s mission is to create safety, equality, humanitarianism, positive social impact, and all-in-one integration to improve lives with technology, helpful social media systems, social projects, public safety, crowdsourced help, and a network of partners.

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