Partners and Collaborators
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Project Lockdown has created a network of partner organizations that actively collaborate in a diverse range of areas.
The IO Foundation (TIOF)is a global non-profit organization advocating for Data-Centric Digital Rights. Born from a fundamental concern about the state of Digital Rights in the world, its mission is to promote, protect and provide solutions for Digital Rights, thus aiming to bridge technological and humanitarian perspectives. As data becomes an increasingly powerful economic, political, and social force, programmers are becoming the next generation of human rights defenders. There remains, however, a limited international understanding of the impact of technology on human rights. Following its vision of a world where Human Rights and Digital Rights are one and the same, TIOF aims to raise awareness of the importance of Digital Rights in collaboration with other organizations, both from civil society and bodies of governance.
Code for All is an international network of civic tech organizations that drive change through digital technology, citizen participation, collaborative decision-making and good governance to deliver solutions for social challenges while improving the relationship between governments and citizens.
The network enables individual organizations to scale by leveraging international resources, sharing expertise and promoting shared funding to tackle social issues collectively. Our diversity allows for varied approaches and solutions, while motivating alternative and modern methods for government.
Code for NL is a member of the Code for All network and a key stakeholder in the initial development of Project Lockdown.
Supported by DotAsia Organisation, NetMission.Asia is an initiative designed to empower young minds and to constructively contribute to the local, regional and global Internet governance discourse through organizing the Hong Kong Youth Internet Governance Forum (HKyIGF), international conferences and community projects. NetMission.Asia has been actively participating in various Internet conferences both regionally and globally, including ICANN meetings, IGF, APrIGF, Asia Pacific Internet Governance Academy (APIGA) and the Asia Pacific Next Generation Camp (APNG Camp) among others.
Open Development Initiative (ODI), a project of East-West Management Institute (EWMI), stimulates public demand, builds coalitions, and offers a constantly evolving platform to support the transparent sharing and analysis of data to improve and inform constructive dialogue and decision-making for sustainable and equitable development.
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The IO Foundation would like to thank the following organizations for their support in the development of Project Lockdown.
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