Design for the Next Billion Online

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Design for the Next Billion Online

How the Wikimedia Foundation and Reboot are using immersive research to better serve new Wikipedia readers and editors.

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People-Powered Media Innovation in West Africa

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People-Powered Media Innovation in West Africa

How social impact investors can work with media partners to accelerate good governance—in a rapidly changing landscape.

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Implementing Innovation

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Implementing Innovation

Open Government champions are often navigating uncharted territory. Our handbook for changemakers can help!

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Reboot is a social impact firm dedicated to inclusive development and accountable governance. We help governments, foundations, and international organizations achieve their missions.

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Designing for Connection

09.21.2016

On September 24th, Emily Herrick and Lauren Gardner will join a panel on “Creating Connections Through Design” at the student-led Better World by Design conference in Providence. Under the theme Interplay, Emily and Lauren will share how they facilitated uncommon connections in education and civic engagement.

Envisioning the Future of Aid Data

09.20.2016

Zack Brisson will moderate a panel entitled “Development Data Visionaries: The Future of Data Work at Aid Agencies” at Bloomberg’s Data for Good Exchange in New York City on Sunday, September 25th. Merrick Shaefer (USAID), Manuel García-Herranz (UNICEF), Tariq Khokhar (The World Bank), and Molly Jackman (Facebook) will discuss how aid agencies are using data science to meet the growing need of doing development differently.

Welcome New Rebooters!

08.30.2016

Over the last few months, we’ve welcomed several new team members to support programmatic work across our portfolio. Adeola Ojebiyi, Ijeoma Mba, and Tahir Sherriff will lend their combined expertise in journalism, research, evaluation, and development to our West Africa office. Matthew McNaughton, Merlin Chatwin, and Raúl Zambrano have also joined our team to help shape our work with OGP subnational pilots in Ghana, Kenya, and Mexico.

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