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Queerly: a gender inclusive text editor
As their Action Project, Landecker Fellow Nora is developing Queerly, a text editor optimized to help one implement inclusive gendered language in German.
As their Landecker Action Project, Jo is creating "Comapping," looking at how maps can be used as a tool for democracy. Through running workshops and building open-source software, the project supports communities to use participatory mapping to share who they are, where they live and what's important to them.
Tech Policy Roundtables
Landecker Democracy Fellow Noah's "The Tech Roundtables" develop and offer innovative formats to enrich the European policy process with underrepresented voices and create meaningful interaction with policy makers.
As her Action Project, Landecker Fellow Nicole is building "Digital.truth," aiming to give adults the opportunity to have a critical look on disinformation and conspiracy theories online. It strengthens media literacy, builds up resilience towards conspiracy theories and encourages the participants to be part of a digital civil society.
Chroma Mental Health Collective: Eliminating LGBTQ+ Mental Health Disparities
Landecker Fellow Michael's Action Project is building the foundational infrastructure for the Chroma Mental Health Collective with the mission to eradicate mental health disparities for the LGBTQ+ community in Tennessee by eliminating barriers and cultivating communities of care.
Workers fight back algorithms!
As her Action Project, Landecker Fellow Marta is creating a platform that will generate tools for workers to fight back algorithms.
The GDPR-Monitor: Providing awareness and empowering choice of -your- data
As his Action Project, Landecker Fellow Frederik Kirk is creating the "GDPR Monitor," a service that tracks down your data and empowers you to make the choice on where it is used.
The Glitch Border Manifesto
As his Action Project, Landecker Fellow Christoffer together with artists from various regions will investigate how the EU border expands in time in space due to the EU's increased investing in border technology, and create responses and interventions in The Glitch Border Manifesto.
The April Institute: Unearthing Histories of Fascism and Antifascist Resistance
As her Action Project, Landecker Democracy Fellow Anna at the April Institute is curating a digital exhibition and conducting interviews with activists, organizers, and scholars about antifascist organizing, past and present.
ManipuNation was created in order to recognize false topics and to remind the public that the painful national and identity topics that are talked about often serve nothing else than to divert attention from the real problems in the country.