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Theory of Change

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About

This section describes the Theory of Change that guides The IO Foundation and its impact.

The observed problem

The IO Foundation has observed the following problems:
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  • We the people >> We the cyborgs
  • Technology is too complex for citizens and doesn't protect them properly
  • Experts do not have the necessary tools to become the solution we need
  • Citizens should only be expected to be responsible citizens and not hackers
  • Governments are loosing the tech race
  • Innovation is too fast for govs to catch up
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The proposed solutions

The IO Foundation proposes the following solutions to the observed problems through the implementation of the following initiatives:

Data-Centric Digital Rights advocacy (DCDR)

This is the core initiative for The IO Foundation

BHR in Tech (BiT)

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CrowdShape (CS)

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TechUp (TU)

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Project Lockdown (PLD)

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Universal Declaration of Digital Rights (UDDR)

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Others

The IO Foundation is constantly exploring new initiatives to further its work towards making technology better and safer.
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Theory of change

The IO Foundation proposes the following Theory of Change to address the observed problems.
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