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Support Squads

Code for All’s new program brings people together who work similar civic tech roles, but at different organizations and in different parts of the world.

Google Find Food Support

"Google is working with non-profit groups like No Kid Hungry and FoodFinder, as well as the US Department of Agriculture, to aggregate 90,000 locations with free food support across all 50 states — with more locations to come." - Andrew J. Hawkins

Ukraine Evac Support

Civic Tech Toronto project to support grassroots efforts to evacuate African nationals and people of color from Ukraine

Open Supporter Data Interface

We’re defining an API and data structures to enable true interoperability among products for organizations with progressive values.

Fact-Checkers Legal Support Initiative

To meet this need and help ensure fact-checkers can continue doing their important work, this new initiative will provide legal support including connecting fact-checkers with lawyers, establishing a fund to help pay legal fees when pro bono support isn’t available, and publishing guides covering the main legal and non-legal threats that fact-checkers face and how they can be mitigated.

Responsible Computing Challenge

The Responsible Computing Challenge - supported by the Mellon Foundation, Omidyar Network, Schmidt Futures, Craig Newmark Philanthropies, USAID, Mozilla - fund academic teams that combine faculty and practitioners from Computing, Humanities, Library and Information Science, and Social Science fields in order to reimagine how the next generation of technologists will be educated.

Mapping Healthy Digital Public Spaces

We are identifying the organizations and leaders creating digital community-building platforms that strengthen our democracy.

Deon

deon is a command line tool that allows you to easily add an ethics checklist to your data science projects. We support creating a new, standalone checklist file or appending a checklist to an existing analysis in many common formats.

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