The Oslo Freedom Forum has conceived the app Whistler which uses end-to-end encryption, two-factor authentication, free VPNs, and more to give activists the tools to take advantage of technology’s potential while avoiding its drawbacks.
The International Bar Association (IBA) has launched the eyeWitness app to document and report human rights atrocities in a secure and verifiable way, so the information can be used as evidence in a court of law.
Local activists armed with nothing more than a smartphone, a twitter account and a YouTube channel [can] become global distributors of information and images about human rights violations.
Ripe.io is altering the trajectory of the food system through blockchain technology and the Internet of Things
To address the fragmentation of most seafood supply chains Fishcoin has been designed as a peer-to-peer network that allows independent industry stakeholders to harness the power of blockchain using a shared protocol so that data can be trusted, transparent, and secure.
Bext360's goal is to utilize technology to improve the upstream supply chains of commodities and enhance sustainable practices for communities, consumers and our environment.
TaQadam makes visual data AI ready
SuperFluid Labs uses AI to help businesses in under-served markets like Africa to better track, predict and manage risk so that they can effectively deliver essential services to millions of individuals currently disconnected from the formal economy.
Digital inclusion enables financial inclusion. Bluenumbers let people create real-world profiles in lieu of a formal credit history.