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The Open Knowledge Foundation is a global not-for-profit organisation campaigning for a fair, sustainable and open future.

Our mission is to create a fair, sustainable and open digital future, advancing open knowledge as a design principle beyond just data. We will do it by guiding and supporting the creation of digital infrastructure, developing policies and methodologies, harnessing communities and advocating for literacies and standards in a sustainable, ethical and agile manner.

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And the winners of the Open Data Day 2024 Mini-Grants are...

We at the Open Knowledge Foundation (OKFN) are excited to announce the list of organisations that have been awarded mini-grants to help them host Open Data Day (ODD) events and activities across the world.

Open Data Day 2024 – Mini-Grants Open Call

We are excited to announce the launch of the Open Data Day 2024 Mini-Grants Application to support organisations hosting open data events and activities across the world.

Open Knowledge Network Regional Hubs Coordinators – Call for Applications

Are you a community practitioner or a researcher interested in international networks and the digital commons? This could be an interesting opportunity for you.

Announcement of strategic funding for the Open Data Editor

We are pleased to announce that the Open Knowledge Foundation has been selected as a grantee of the Patrick J. McGovern Foundation, marking a significant milestone for the development of the Open Data Editor (ODE) application, a tool that will unlock the power of data for key groups, including scientists, journalists and data activists.

End of the year with the Open Knowledge Network

Before we get to 2024, check out the heart-warming updates from around the world by the members of the Open Knowledge Network.

How DPI can help fight Information Pollution during elections

Our workshop in Ethiopia with DPGA members detected misinformation in three stages of the electoral process: voters’ registration, campaigns, and election day. Check out the results.


 

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