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The Internet has changed the way we produce and consume media. The traditional role of a regulated publisher vs. its audience no longer exists. People are directly connected to each other around the clock, with new apps to share audio and images appearing and disappearing on a regular basis.

But what happens when people can’t access the Internet? How can someone know what is happening around them? How can students access online classes during a pandemic? How can migrants access reliable information to protect themselves? How can farmers learn about agricultural innovations? What are the best ways for people in refugee camps to share their experiences? How can individuals advocate for environmental rights?

Such questions drive our passion for everything digital, data and tech and our work to develop innovative business models for publishers and journalists.

Together with journalists, designers, scientists and artists from across the region we develop ideas and prototypes for digital and analog media formats and their distribution.

Sometimes we fail, but sometimes magic happens