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

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The Movement

The Movement was founded to give the world better social media, where the people control the platform and receive its profits, where democracy and children are prioritized over corporate profits, and where the community is enabled to fight income inequality and the climate crisis LEARN MORE



United States of America (the)

Unified is a social network for organizers, activists, and everyone that wants to build a better world. In private Alpha.


Post will be a civil place to debate ideas; learn from experts, journalists, individual creators, and each other; converse freely; and have some fun.

Votus Inc.

Votus is a communications platform that helps organizations build relationships with persuadable audiences through 1:1 interaction across multiple digital channels.

Mighty Networks

With a Mighty Network, you can bring your courses, memberships, and offers together in a powerful community under your own brand on iOS, Android, and the web.


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



Washington, DC

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.


A web and mobile app that helps people do more together.


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.

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