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CEO Jim Fruchterman discusses the promise of accessible ebooks in UNICEF's The State of the World's Children 2015 reportEXPLORE » "Reimagine the Future"
New Environment Program Milestone
Benetech celebrates a successful exit of the Miradi environment software entepriseEXPLORE » "New Environment Program Milestone"
Benetech on The Open Standard
CEO Jim Fruchterman and VP of Global Literacy Betsy Beaumon discuss our "open source for good" modelEXPLORE » "Benetech on <i>The Open Standard</i>"
Monthly Update: October 2014
What's new at Benetech? Get your monthly update from our Silicon Valley headquartersEXPLORE » "Monthly Update: October 2014"
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Giving Thanks, Looking Ahead: An Open Letter to the Bookshare Community Nov 25, 2014
I always appreciate hearing from our members and getting a glimpse into how Bookshare is making a positive difference in ... READ MORE » "Giving Thanks, Looking Ahead: An Open Letter to the Bookshare Community"
Google’s T.V. Raman on Open Source Technology as a Force for Social Good Nov 20, 2014
I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Google Research Scientist, T.V. Raman, for a conversation about tech volunteerism, the ... READ MORE » "Google's T.V. Raman on Open Source Technology as a Force for Social Good"
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Martus & Human Rights
Learn more about Martus, an open source software application developed by Benetech and made available at no cost for human rights defenders.
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.