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Rewiring America

We develop accessible, actionable data and tools, and build coalitions and partnerships to make going electric easier for households and communities. 

New Practice Lab

New Practice Lab

Washington, DC

The New Practice Lab's theory of change is deceptively simple: we should design public goods and services the same way we design the most successful private goods and services— in partnership with the people who use them, and suited to the digital age in which we live.

Riding Forward: Overhauling Citi Bike’s Contract for Better, More Equitable Service

This report reviews Citi Bike’s performance to-date and recommends a comprehensive contract overhaul to ensure more reliable and equitable service, with a strategic mix of performance standards, attention to equitable service, and incentives to enable Citi Bike to thrive as a key element of the transportation network – whether under Lyft or a new operator.

Spatial Equity NYC

Spatial Equity NYC

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Spatial Equity NYC (SE), a tool developed by MIT’s Norman B. Leventhal Center for Advanced Urbanism (LCAU) in close collaboration with New York City-based nonprofit Transportation Alternatives (TA), visualizes mobility, environment, and health data.

Theatre of the Oppressed NYC

We partner with communities facing discrimination to inspire transformative action through theatre.

Global Multidimensional Poverty Index

The 2019 Global Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI) data and publication "Illuminating Inequalities" released on 11 July 2019 shed light on the number of people experiencing poverty at regional, national and subnational levels, and reveal inequalities across countries and among the poor themselves.

Slum Dwellers International Data Portal

Dive into our Know Your City (KYC) portal, home to community-collected slum data from over 5,000 slums in more than 18 countries across the global south.

State of Digital Inequity

The report is based on a survey of 7,500+ civil society organizations (CSOs) from 136 countries who answered questions about the barriers that they, and the communities they serve, face when it comes to digital equity.

UNHCR Connecting Worlds Mentor

Connecting Worlds is an App from UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, that facilitates meaningful connections to support the next generation of refugee students.

CS Fund Just Transitions

CS Fund is launching a new funding program on Just Transitions to advance social and ecological justice for a future grounded in justice, joy, belonging, and liberation for all beings.

Justice and Equity in Technology Policy course

This Coursera course aims to help learners understand how inequity and injustice can become embedded in technology, science, and associated policies, and how this can be addressed.

Digital Cooperation Organization (DCO)

The Digital Cooperation Organization (DCO), is the world’s first standalone international organization focusing on the digital economy.

Composite 2020 UK Index of Multiple Deprivation

This is a dataset that uses multiple metrics of deprivation to rank all small neighbourhood sized chunks of the UK from most to least deprived.

Narrative Change Lab

Inspirit Foundation program "to shift the Canadian narrative landscape for equity-seeking groups through pop culture."

Center for Global Development

Ideas to action: independent research for global prosperity

The Markup's ISP investigation data

Open data from an investigation of disparate outcomes in internet deals across 38 major cities in the United States.

Accept my IBAN

IBAN discrimination is when a bank or company doesn’t accept your IBAN because it’s not from the same country in which the bank or company is based.



New York City

Explore the economic, social, environmental, and physical health of New York City across race/ethnicity, gender, location, and income.



285 Washington St, Somerville, Massachusetts, USA

Supernormal explored an algorithm that integrates social equity as a key variable in prioritizing infrastructural replacements and repairs.

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