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A directory of the people and social processes that make up civic tech, organized by your needs.

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A New City O/S: The Power of Open, Collaborative and Distributed Governance

A New City O/S: The Power of Open, Collaborative, and Distributed Governance (Brookings / Ash Center Series, Innovative Governance in the 21st Century)

#Walkfreely

A mobile app to report sexual harassment. The collected data can be used as evidence to support preventive measures. Last updated Nov 2020

AI for Good Foundation

The AI for Good Foundation engages on a number of fronts in order to continuously serve its core mission.

The Urban Institute

Urban Institute opens minds, shapes decisions, and offers solutions through economic and social policy research.

What Works Cities

Launched by Bloomberg Philanthropies in April 2015, What Works Cities is a national initiative to help 100 mid-sized American cities enhance their use of data and evidence to improve services, inform local decision-making and engage residents. We are the nation’s most comprehensive philanthropic initiative helping local leaders identify and invest in what works. Applications have now closed to be considered as one of our first 100 cities, but check back soon for new opportunities.

Shareable

Shareable is an award-winning nonprofit news, action and connection hub for the sharing transformation. What’s the sharing transformation? It’s a movement of movements emerging from the grassroots up to solve today’s biggest challenges, which old, top-down institutions are failing to address.

Principles for Digital Development

A set of guidelines that help development practitioners integrate established best practices into technology-enabled programmes.

Code for Puerto Rico

Somos un grupo de ciudadanos que colaboramos para trabajar temas de caracter civico mediante la implementación de la tecnologia.

Civic tech patterns

In the spirit of Wikipatterns, this is a collection of patterns and anti-patterns for describing common practices that may help or hinder the conception or design of your civic technology.

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