A research report funded by the Ford Foundation, that investigates the following question: How can funders and community leaders better meet the needs of digital infrastructure projects, and how are those needs distinct from projects at the application layer?
What are the global power dynamics that determine the web? How can we shape a digital society of the future that is just, inclusive, creative and courageous? These were the key questions guiding us through an interactive workshop we organized in collaboration with the Goethe Institute.
“Learning from the crisis: strengthening digital civil society!” – We initiated an open letter that got signed by more than 30 organizations. We demand better government support for civil society organizations that build crucial digital infrastructure and make knowledge accessible.
The feminist tech fellows are artists, writers, activists, technologists, creatives – who set out to explore alternative digital futures. Futures in which safe, equitable participation in the connected world is the norm. Futures in which people of all genders and cultural backgrounds are supported to influence and create tools and concepts for digital interactions.
Ding magazine is a collection of essays and visions of different futures. Artists, technologists, designers and many others contributed to this edition of the magazine. Ding was developed in collaboration with the Mozilla Foundation.