National Democratic Institute (NDI)

Data Analytics for Social Media Monitoring

This new guide is designed to help democracy practitioners better understand social media trends, content, data, and networks. By sharing lessons learned and best practices from across our global network, we hope to empower our partners to make democracy work online by helping them:

• Collaborate with local, national, or international partners;

• Understand different methods of data collection;

• Make the best use of mapping and data visualization;

• Analyze the online ecosystem; 

• Detect malicious or manipulated content and its source; 

Win with Women

An initiative designed to help political parties become more inclusive and representative through an assessment that gauges men and women's perceptions of women in leadership, the types of social norms held by members of parties, and the individual, institutional and socio-cultural barriers to gender equality.

(Copied from website)

INFO/tegrity Initative

Provides a framework for NDI's DemTech team to lead and support institutional initiatives countering disinformation and other forms of online manipulation, while strengthening and ensuring the integrity of the information space.

(Copied from website)

Fake Watch Africa

Fact checking on Facebook, Twitter and Medium during the Malawi 2019 election and afterwards, including some video anti-disinfo content. The FakeWatch team monitors instances of possible fake news in the 2019 Malawi tripartite election campaign. A project by Institute for War & Peace Reporting.
(Independently written)