Our Theory of Change

We have a vision of a more equitable internet where all people, regardless of their language, location or income, can access the most relevant information, evaluate the quality of that information, and make the decisions they want.

Theory of Change
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The problems we’re trying to solve

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Media restriction
Information inequity
AI models unequally affording the needs of Larger World communities
Hate speech and gender-based violence, on- and offline
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Whom do we work with?

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Human rights and gender equality activists
Journalists
Technologists
Researchers and academics
Civil society organizations
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What are our long-term goals?

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We codesign large-scale community impact programs and deploy them in key moments of exception.
We are developing Check into a state-of-the-art open-source software solution for thousands of users around the world.
We produce context-informed research that allows us to fine-tune more inclusive and representative AI models.
We are growing Meedan into a sustainable and resilient organization.
Achieve Goals

How do we achieve our goals?

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Improved access to and reliability of critical information during elections, democratic transitions, public health emergencies and natural disasters.
More resilient crisis-response mechanisms, especially in underserved environments.
More equitable and inclusive AI models centering the needs of diverse communities.
Safer and more inclusive online media ecosystems.

The problems we’re trying to solve?

Information inequity
Media restriction
Hate speech and gender-based violence, on- and offline
AI models unequally affording the needs of Larger World communities

Whom do we work with?

Human rights and gender equality activists
Journalists
Researchers and academics
Technologists
Civil society organizations

How do we achieve our goals?

We codesign large-scale community impact programs and deploy them in key moments of exception.
We are developing Check into a state-of-the-art open-source software solution for thousands of users around the world.
We produce context-informed research that allows us to fine-tune more inclusive and representative AI models.
We are growing Meedan into a sustainable and resilient organization.

What are our long-term goals?

Improved access to and reliability of critical information during elections, democratic transitions, public health emergencies and natural disasters
More resilient crisis-response mechanisms, especially in underserved environments
More equitable and inclusive AI models centering the needs of diverse communities
Safer and more inclusive online media ecosystems
Core priorities

The pillars of our framework

Our organizational Theory of Change is centered on four core priorities: