Our work builds upon expert insights and lived experiences to design practical policies, foster impactful conversations, and advance public debate. We are particularly experienced in managing research projects, event organisation, and media communication. Our aim is to help shape public technology policy in favour of more inclusive and progressive outcomes. As a small organisation run primarily by volunteers, your support can go a long way.
We organise a number of popular public seminars on issues related to technology and democracy. Topics we have covered include disinformation, blockchain, and polarisation. Our events have an average sign-up rate of 150 attendees and have reached more than a million users on social media. If you are interested in partnering with us as an events sponsor or are interested in collaborating on an event, send an email to Areeq Chowdhury at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Workshops and focus groups
We are happy to work with external organisations on running focus groups and workshops, as long as the research aligns with our own mission on technology, democracy, and human rights. These can be organised online, using video-conferencing tools, or held in London. If you are interested in commissioning us to organise focus groups or workshops for your organisation, send an email to Areeq Chowdhury at email@example.com.
Our primary output is to produce evidence-led policy reports. We are happy to partner with external organisations or grant-funders on research projects as long as it aligns with our own mission on technology, democracy, and human rights. We are also happy to partner with academics on grant applications, should the topic be relevant to our mission. If you are interested in discussing potential research projects, send an email to Areeq Chowdhury at firstname.lastname@example.org.