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Projects and Initiatives

Bioline International

Bioline International is a not-for-profit, open-source platform which makes visible scientific journals published in the Global South that is hidden by structures


The Open Collaborative Science for Development Network is an action research network whose 12 researcher-practitioner teams explored the question of whether “open science” could serve as a tool for transformative development thinking and practice

Knowledge GAP

KnowledgeGAP is a collective of student and early-career researchers investigating the geopolitics of academic knowledge production.

Open Praxis Forum

Open Praxis Forum is a platform for students to publish research & alternative forms of knowledge. Its mission is create an accessible and inclusive space for knowledge creators to safely and collaboratively share their work and seek feedback from their colleagues and peers.

Community Knowledge Learning Hub

The Community Knowledge Learning Hub co-develops with community partners, meaningful experiential learning opportunities informed by critical pedagogy, community-engaged learning, and participatory research.

Unsettling Knowledge Inequities

Unsettling Knowledge Inequities is a podcast featuring diverse and multigenerational knowledge holders aiming to interrogate the politics of knowledge production and circulation and the global power dynamics that shape it – as well as highlight alternative models and collaborations between distinct knowledge traditions.

Knowledge 4 Change Tkaronto Hub

K4C Tkaronto seeks to enable transformative change by providing community-based education and research learning opportunities through training in community-based participatory action research.

Digital Equity & Inclusion in COVID-19

The Digital Equity project seeks to identify, analyze, and redress forms of digital exclusions and the communities which experience them, particularly in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Open Science & Decolonization of Knowledge

The OSDOK project seeks to support the development, mobilization, and capacity building of a global network for the implementation of locally contextual, open science.


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