A 15-year Strategy for Wikipedia

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A 15-year Strategy for Wikipedia

How the Open Knowledge movement is putting equity at the fore

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Co-Creating with Civil Society

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Co-Creating with Civil Society

Power imbalances are inevitable. This is how we dealt with them.

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Is it Time to Retire the Word “Citizen”?

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Is it Time to Retire the Word “Citizen”?

And if so, what’s the alternative?

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How to Shift Power Through Co-Design

02.20.2020

How can a collaborative design approach help shift power and put feedback first? Rebooters Corey Chao and Kisha Bwenge explore this question and more at Feedback+ San Juan Summit, taking place from February 26-28, 2020. In our breakout session, No Silver Bullets, we’ll guide participants as they face persistent power dynamics and real barriers to success, and help them transform those barriers into opportunities for authentic collaboration.

People-Powered Innovation in Action

02.20.2020

On February 27, 2020, Mohammed Maikudi and Yop Rwang Pam will lead an interactive session at Social Media Week Lagos, the largest innovation conference on the African continent. Alongside 20,000 attendees, our team will discover different approaches to developing people-first policies, programs, and products. Reboot’s Humanize IT panel brings together experts in global development, technology, and human-centered design to discuss how we can go from “design thinking” to “design doing.”

“Walking the Talk” for Global Development Impact

12.01.2019

On December 11, 2019, Panthea Lee will moderate a panel at the Thinking & Working Politically (TWP) Summit in Washington, DC. Facilitating a nuanced discussion on the evolution of TWP, Panthea will join the stage with representatives from the World Bank, USAID, and Chemonics. Together, panelists will interrogate the progress and pitfalls of the TWP approach, and help bridge the gap between policy proposals and program implementation.

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