Non-profit technology
Nonprofit technology is the deliberative use of technology by nonprofit organizations to maximize potential in numerous areas, primarily in supporting the organization mission and meeting reporting re...
E2D International
E2D International (E2D) is the political international of the Electronic Direct Democracy (E2D) Party movement. The E2D Manifesto describes the basic political principles of E2D International member p...
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Comunes Collective
Comunes is a non-profit organization with the stated aims of encouraging the Commons and facilitating the grassroots work through free/libre web tools. Previously known as Ourproject.org, this collect...
Comunes Collective - Wikipedia
Service Oriented Localisation Architecture Solution
The Service-Oriented Localisation Architecture Solution, or SOLAS /ˈsɒləs/, enables the global conversation in communities and is an open source project of The Rosetta Foundation.
SOLAS was concei...
Computer technology for developing areas
Computer technology for developing areas is often through the donation of technology to developing areas without thought for access to electricity or equipment maintenance. Many institutions, governm...
FreedomBox
FreedomBox is a community project to develop, design and promote personal servers running free software for distributed social networking, email and audio/video communications. The project was announc...
International Open Source Network
The International Open Source Network has as its slogan "software freedom for all". It is a Centre of Excellence for free software (also known as FLOSS, FOSS, or open-source software) in the Asia-Paci...
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World Information Society Day
World Information Society Day was proclaimed to be on 17 May by a United Nations General Assembly resolution, following the 2005 World Summit on the Information Society in Tunis.The day had previously...
Association For Free Software
The Association for Free Software (or AFFS) was a member organization, based in the United Kingdom, for the advancement of free software (sometimes also called "open-source software"). It was an assoc...
NetDay
NetDay (1995–2004) was an event established in 1995 that "called on high-tech companies to commit resources to schools, libraries, and clinics worldwide so that they could connect to the Internet". It...
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Kabissa
Kabissa – Space for Change in Africa is a volunteer-led non-governmental organization that promotes Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to empower and connect people and civil society organ...
Free Software Foundation anti-Windows campaigns
Free Software Foundation anti-Windows campaigns are the events targeted against a line of Microsoft Windows operating systems. They are paralleling the Defective by Design campaign against digital rig...
Free Software Foundation anti-Windows campaigns - Wikipedia
NTAP
NTAP is an acronym for nonprofit technology assistance provider.The term generally refers to organizations and individuals that specialize in providing information and communication technology support...
Capacity building
Community capacity building (CCB), also referred to as capacity development, is a conceptual approach to development that focuses on understanding the obstacles that inhibit people, governments, inter...
Free Software Initiative of Japan
The Free Software Initiative of Japan are a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting Free Software growth and development. It was founded on the 10th of July 2002 and organized the Free Softwar...
Lectorium
The Lectorium (Latin: Lectorium, Russian: Лекториум) is a non-profit organization headquartered in Rostov-on-Don, Russia. It produce enlightenment and edutainment open events and projecting a ...
Lectorium - Wikipedia
Deterritorial Support Group
The Deterritorial Support Group (DSG) is an internet-based political entity that emerged early in the second decade of the 21st century. Named in derisive homage to the London Metropolitan riot police...
Action for Global Information Sharing
AGIS - Promoting Equality through Language and Cultural DiversityThe Action for Global Information Sharing (AGIS) is a network of organizations that organizes events and supports projects that promote...
Associazione per il Software Libero
The Associazione per il Software Libero (AsSoLi) is an Italian non-profit association with the primary goal of spreading free software in Italy.Between 2001 and 2006 AsSoLi was the official Italian as...
Spiked (magazine)
Spiked (also written as sp!ked) is a British Internet magazine focusing on politics, culture and society from a humanist and libertarian viewpoint.
Spiked is edited by Brendan O'Neill, following M...
Spiked (magazine) - Wikipedia
ZaMirNET
ZaMirNET (ForPeaceNET) is a Croatia-based non-governmental organisation working in the field of ICT (information and communication technology). It describes itself as "a citizen association (not-for-p...
UK Citizens Online Democracy
UK Citizens Online Democracy (or UKCOD) is a registered charity in England and Wales, number 1076346.At present, UKCOD's main activity is running the mySociety project. mySociety builds websites which...
18 Doughty Street
18 Doughty Street was a British political internet-based broadcaster that hosted a webcast as its chief product. It began broadcasting at 18:55 on 10 October 2006, from its studio at 18 Doughty Street...
TechFoundation
TechFoundation is a public charity based in Cambridge, Massachusetts that assists the way nonprofit organizations gain access to information technology through the provision of expertise, hardware, so...
Ungana-Afrika
Ungana-Afrika, Swahili for "connect africa", is a non-governmental organization based in Pretoria, South Africa that provides a wide range of ICT services for civil society within and outside of Afric...
Ungana-Afrika - Wikipedia
The Summit Open Source Development Group
The Summit Open Source Development Group is a non-profit organization formed in 2000. The group encourages the development of open-source software, anti-abuse/spam fighting spam methods, and is run by...
The Summit Open Source Development Group - Wikipedia
Katrina PeopleFinder Project
The Katrina PeopleFinder Project was set up in early September, 2005 in response to the dozens of groups collecting "lost and safe" lists for people affected by Hurricane Katrina. It provided a virtu...