The City of Austin OGP pioneer team reflects on their experience opening local governance and co-creating solutions to end homelessness.
Throwing technology at our broken election system doesn’t create reform. Instead, let’s start by understanding the incentives and challenges of those who help make the process democratic—poll workers.
On “People, Spaces, Deliberation,” a blog published by The World Bank, Nonso Jideofor explains the pressures facing independent journalists in West Africa and the role funders can play.
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Reboot is honored to be a grantee of John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation’s $5 million fund for journalism and media to advance anti-corruption efforts in Nigeria. As part of MacArthur’s On Nigeria portfolio, Reboot will support media and journalism organizations in understanding and engaging audiences, developing sustainable business models, strengthening investigative and data-driven reporting, and collaborating with advocacy groups over three years. Read more about the award and other grantees here.
On March 2nd, Zack Brisson will join a panel of social entrepreneurs to share his experience building a social venture business model with students at Harvard Business School. The panel, which will be moderated by Matt Segneri and includes Giffin Daughtridge and Kelly McKenna, will discuss how to identify a market need, understand demand, and adapt as needs change. Hosted by Harvard Social Enterprise Initiative, the event is for students participating in the New Venture competition.
From February 17th to 19th, Emily Herrick and Lauren Gardner contributed as organizers and participants to the NYC Service Design Jam. Over 48 hours, participating teams researched, designed, and prototyped new services based on this year’s theme of communication and connection. The NYC Jam was only one of concurrent 100 global service design jams aiming to grow the field of service design and customer experience. For a recap of the event see @NYCservicejam.
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