User-Centered Design for Open City Data

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User-Centered Design for Open City Data

How a strategically tailored open-source tool helped deliver on open government.

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Service Design for Humanitarian Aid

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Service Design for Humanitarian Aid

Relief disbursement can often be turbulent for program administrators and beneficiaries alike. We helped design mobile financial services for those most in need and hardest to reach.

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Amplifying Accountability

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Amplifying Accountability

See how shoulder-to-shoulder support for media organizations around the world can promote open government.

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Reboot is a social impact firm dedicated to inclusive development and accountable governance. We work with governments, foundations, and civil society to achieve their missions.

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Designing for Inclusive Civic Participation

03.14.2017

This week, Emily Herrick will participate in the Design for Good webcast series hosted by the Professional Association for Design (AIGA). Under the theme of citizen-driven policymaking, Emily will share her experience applying human-centered design and communications strategies to support criminal justice reform in the US and international open government initiatives. She and conversation partners, Tomas Ives, from the Government of Chile, and Chelsea Mauldin, Executive Director of the Public Policy Lab, will examine how design skills can enhance civic participation and transparency among underserved communities. Join the live webcast at 12:00 pm EST on Friday, March 17th.

Leveraging New Media and Technology in Nigeria

03.01.2017

From February 27th to March 3rd, Reboot will participate in Social Media Week in Lagos, Nigeria. This week-long conference provides opportunities for leading media actors in Nigeria to collaborate, as well as to share how existing and new media and technology can support social accountability and civic engagement efforts. Follow along at #SMWLagos2017.

Working Shoulder-to-Shoulder with Journalists to Reduce Corruption in Nigeria

02.24.2017

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.

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