Giving Compass' Take:
- In this discussion, panelists from Amara, Mozilla, Wikimedia Foundation, and VolunteerMatch discuss how to prioritize inclusion and protection in digital public spaces for social good.
- How can donors support digital safety in the social impact sector?
- Learn more about digital ethics and philanthropy.
What is Giving Compass?
We connect donors to learning resources and ways to support community-led solutions. Learn more about us.
What should digital public spaces look like?
For the third and final installment of our series exploring the problems and solutions of Big Tech, we heard from four organizations—Amara, Mozilla, Wikimedia Foundation and VolunteerMatch—that have built digital public spaces that serve all communities. These organizations, whose business models center on people over profit, strive to be inclusive, to inform, to connect, and to protect privacy.
“These organizations show us that it doesn’t have to be this way,” said Alaphia Zoyab, advocacy director of Reset, who moderated the discussion.
Read the full article about safe digital public spaces by Nina Sachdev at Media Impact Funders.