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Surveillance Defense for Campus Protests

The recent wave of protests calling for peace in Palestine have been met with unwarranted and aggressive suppression from law enforcement, universities, and other bad actors. It’s clear that the changing role of surveillance on college campuses exacerbates the dangers faced by all of the…

Civic Engagement Microgrant Program

Microgrants of up to $3,000 will be awarded, on a rolling basis, to STEM groups led by master’s, PhD, postdoc, or professional students to design and execute projects that create dialogue with public officials, local community leaders, and the public around issues of common concern.

News Ambassadors

What might it sound like if a reporter in rural Missouri partnered with a reporter in New York City to together explore contentious issues and uplift common ground?

Engaged Athlete Fellowship

Starting in the fall of 2023, this fellowship will empower student athletes from across the country to strengthen non-partisan civic participation on their teams, on their campuses, and in their broader communities.

Design for America Studios

Studios are nodes of community, design education, and localized impact within university campuses across the U.S.

Concurso Nacional de Estudiantes de Derecho

Concurso Nacional de Estudiantes de Derecho

Valencia, Carabobo, Venezuela

Primer Concurso Nacional de Estudiantes de Derecho


EUfactcheck, an initiative of the European Journalism Training Association (EJTA) fights misinformation about European policies and topics. Journalism students from all over Europe factcheck claims made by politicians and others and rate them.

The Student Privacy Resource Center

Student Privacy Compass (formerly known as FERPA|Sherpa) is the student privacy resource center website. This site is your tool for finding information, news, and opinions on maintaining student data privacy. Student Privacy Compass is an initiative of the Future of Privacy Forum.

Students not Products

We think our kids are safe in school online. But many of them are being surveilled, and parents have often been kept in the dark. Kids are priceless, not products.

Public Interest Technology University Network: Understanding the State of the Field in 2021

This report from Katharine Lusk and Azer Bestravos of Boston University evaluates of the state of the field across the 43 academic institutions that make up the Public Interest Technology University Network as of the summer of 2021, providing insight into the ways in which PIT-UN members are investing in its five priority areas, and sheds light on the state of the field more generally.

Democracy Classroom

Democracy Classroom

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the)

Bringing together democratic organisations and sharing non-partisan resources for teachers to support young people to engage in elections.

Equitech Scholars

An 8-week program for current undergraduates to learn how to use data science and AI for social impact


Conectamos retos de comunidades con estudiantes universitarios para construir historias de co-creación.

Data Activism program for Cambridge Mayor's Summer Youth Employment Program

six-week Data Activism curriculum to equip students with critical-thinking skills so they feel prepared to utilize data science to challenge social injustice and empower their community

Congressional App Challenge

Congressional App Challenge

740 15th St. NW Washington D.C.

We are Members of the U.S. House of Representatives hosting district-wide Congressional App Challenges for middle school and high school students, encouraging them to learn to code and inspiring them to pursue careers in computer science.

Critical Media Literacy and Civic Learning

Interactive Explorations for Students and Teachers, by Robert W. Maloy, Torrey Trust, Allison Butler, & Chenyang Xu

Public Interest Technology (PInT) at Olin College

PInT is the student-run public interest technology (PIT) organization at  Olin College of Engineering


The Digital Literacy Curriculum, focused on disinfo detection, was developed with the Finnish government for integration in schools, supported by the EU Parliament.

News Literacy Project

"The News Literacy Project is a national education nonprofit offering nonpartisan, independent programs that teach students how to know what to believe in the digital age." - Counteringdisinformation.org

Project Look Sharp Media Curriculum

Project Look Sharp is a nonprofit, mission-driven outreach program of Ithaca College.



Brazil (Brasil)

The largest civic literacy network in Brazil

Civics Unplugged

Civics Unplugged

New York City

The Civics Unplugged Fellowship is a 3-month civic leadership program that empowers high school students with the training, funding, and network they need to become civic innovators that build a brighter future for humanity.

Vote by Design

Vote by Design

Stanford d.school, Escondido Mall, Stanford, CA, USA

Our free digital curriculum allows educators, civic organizers, and community leaders to help new voters find clarity on what leadership qualities are most important to them in a U.S. President -- and why.

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