Following the launch of Mexico’s Agentes de Innovación program, we’re diving in as a process partner to understand what works and why with this exciting new civic innovation fellowship model.
There are currently 3.4 billion unique mobile subscribers—about half of the global population. How can we bring mobile access to the remaining half? Understanding the mobile ecosystem is a good place to start.
After three years of learning, we’ve developed a new strategic plan that builds on the work we’ve done thus far, and focuses on expanding uptake of Reboot’s empirically-backed ideas across our broader community of practice.
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How can we ensure open government initiatives live up to their promise? This is the question Panthea will be tackling at this year's Open Knowledge Festival during her workshop titled "Opening Society in Challenging Contexts". If you're in Berlin, come say hi!
Panthea explains the behind-the-scenes Libya story for Global Post: "Beyond the very real security concerns in the country, the operational challenges of managing a complex, national-scale technology project on site with unreliable electricity and unreliable Internet connectivity was certainly challenging."
"In just six months, a small staff of 20 people using open source tools, built a complex, first-of-its-kind mobile registration system in Libya, a transitioning country beset with violence," Rebecca Chao writes in this TechPresident piece exploring our mobile voter registration system in Libya.
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