RightsCon and a Call to Arms
Benetech's Human Rights Program joins global conversationEXPLORE » "RightsCon and a Call to Arms"
Using Data for Action and Impact
Jim Fruchterman urges social sector to use data for measuring social impactEXPLORE » "Using Data for Action and Impact"
Making a Difference
Hanumanta, the Story Uncle, inspires visually-impaired students in India to readEXPLORE » "Making a Difference"
Working Toward Accessible World
Benetech receives Google.org award to expand Bookshare’s global reachEXPLORE » "Working Toward Accessible World"
Benetech Update: Mar/Apr 2016
What's new at Benetech? Get your update from our Silicon Valley headquartersEXPLORE » "Benetech Update: Mar/Apr 2016"
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RightsCon and a Call to Arms May 25, 2016
By guest author Stephanie Seale, Strategic Partnerships Manager, Business Development
Benetech was pleased to join the human rights technology community at the ... READ MORE » "RightsCon and a Call to Arms"
Using Data for Action and for Impact May 19, 2016
Jim Fruchterman, Benetech CEO, has written an article published today in the Summer 2016 issue of the Stanford Social Innovation Review on ... READ MORE » "Using Data for Action and for Impact"
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CEO Jim Fruchterman on the Benetech Model of Applied Software-for-Good
On PBS NewsHour, CEO Jim Fruchterman explains how Benetech uses technology to help human rights groups.