The European Union has funded Sourcefabric work through the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights.
GFMD brings together major organisations in media development — including BBC Media Action, the Deutsche Welle Akademie, Free Press Unlimited, IMS International Media Support and Internews — to help coordinate their efforts and identify areas where members can make a difference.
OIN promotes a positive, fertile ecosystem for Linux, which in turns drives innovation and choice in the global marketplace. This helps ensure the continuation of innovation that has benefited software vendors, customers, emerging markets and investors.
Sida is a government agency working on behalf of the Swedish parliament and government, with the mission to reduce poverty in the world. Through their work and in cooperation with others, they contribute to implementing Sweden's Policy for Global Development (PGU).
Hacks/Hackers is an international grassroots journalism organisation whose mission is to create a network of journalists and technologists who rethink the future of news and information. Sourcefabric frequently hosts meetings of Berlin chapter and organises other community events.
This group's annual Media Party is the biggest media event in Latin America each year. Sourcefabric has become a traditional partner, supplying Newscoop-powered websites and Live Blog instances to provide and curate coverage.
The Prague chapter of Hacks/Hackers fosters community among journalists and technologists in the Czech Republic.
MAVC is a programme working towards open, effective and participatory governance. Sourcefabric has gained valuable mentoring and financial support through participation in the Global Innovation Challenge organised by MAVC.
OSGF has funded Sourcefabric work in Georgia and is an implementation partner in our current project in South Caucasus.
TOL is a nonprofit organisation established to strengthen the professionalism, independence and impact of the news media in the post-communist countries of Europe and the former Soviet Union. They do this through a combination of journalism and media training programs, and the publication of Transitions Online magazine.