Please read this announcement post for information and application instructions for our latest microgrant competition.
Deadline is 23:59 GMT on February 3, 2012.
The Powhatan or Virginia Algonquian language has been extinct for more than two centuries. A new project is attempting to teach a new generation to read, write, and speak this Native American language, and will explore how citizen media can play a large role in this process.
The Blind Dates projects in Thessaloniki, Greece, is working with students from the local blind community to use technologies available for the visually impaired in order to share experiences about accessibility and policies facing their community.
The NGO Associação Amigos das Crianças seeks to teach the youth of the neighborhoods of Bandim and Enterramento in Bissau, Guinea-Bissau how to use digital photography and video to document life in their surrounding community. The project will allow youth from the different neighborhoods to interact with and learn about youth in another part of the capital.