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SuperSkills!

SuperSkills! is a learning ecosystem, developed by Learning Economy and LEGO Foundation. Children ages 4-12 embark on quests to help save a league of super heroes by participating in learning-through-play activities that send them out into the world of discovery and away from their devices.

UNICEF StartUp Lab Ghana

UNICEF StartUp Lab is an accelerator programme for impactful businesses working to advance the SDGs for children and young people. The programme is led by UNICEF in Ghana, supported by KOICA and implemented by MEST Africa.

Hurford Youth Fellowship

The Hurford Youth Fellowship Program seeks to build the leadership skills and harness the potential of young democracy activists from around the world.

No Minor Futures

No Minor Futures is a public education campaign amplifying children's hopes and fears about AI technology. It uses animations, podcasts, workshops, and social media.

The Demography Project

The Demography Project is an independent youth-led civic technology and data journalism non profit registered in Kenya.

What the Future Wants

What the Future Wants is an interactive youth focused exhibition that presents different perspectives on technology from the personal, to the political, to the planetary.

Knowledge and Rights with Young people through Safer Spaces (KRYSS)

Knowledge and Rights with Young people through Safer Spaces (KRYSS) - deploys a coordinated network of individuals to amplify positive counter-messages on social media to counter online gender-based violence and disinformation.

Humble Media Genius

PBS youth media literacy effort. "This is a pilot – a test – with Ruff Ruffman videos looking at the red-hot topic of how kids can and should use media and technology."

Facebook Digital Literacy Library

The Facebook Digital Literacy Library is hosted by Facebook and currently includes learning resources made available by Youth and Media at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license.

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