One year ago this week, we launched the updated Civic Tech Field Guide at Code for All Global Summit in Bucharest, Romania. For our first birthday, we’re rolling out a new feature. Since then we’ve helped thousands more civic tech practitioners around the world, doubled the size of our collection, and produced original research about the field.
With over 3,250 civic tech projects in our collection, the Civic Tech Field Guide can be a bit overwhelming. That’s why we’re excited to announce city and country pages. By working together with civic tech leaders in key localities, we’re making it easier for you to find the most relevant organizations, projects, and resources near you.
Here are our first city and country pages, curated by civic tech leaders:
- France 🇫🇷, curated by Clémence Pène
- Colombia 🇨🇴, curated by Juliana Uribe Villegas and Movilizatorio
- Australia 🇦🇺, curated by Grace O’Hara and Code for Australia
- Iran 🇮🇷, curated by ASL19
- Chile 🇨🇱, curated by Auska Ovando and Ciudadanía Inteligente
- New York City 🗽, curated by Civic Hall
Each page includes an introduction to civic tech in that place, additional local resources, and of course, carefully categorized civic tech projects based in or focused on the area.
Together, we’re making the field of civic tech (and public interest tech, and social impact tech….) more legible. That means making relevant project discovery easier for funders, software developers, researchers, and most importantly, practitioners.