Jim Fruchtermanon Open Source
Opensource.com interviews CEO Jim Fruchterman on how an open source philosophy advances tech-for-goodEXPLORE » "Jim Fruchterman</br>on Open Source"
The Road to Accessibility for All
We're celebrating the one-year anniversary of the Marrakesh TreatyOne-Year Anniversary of the Marrakesh TreatyEXPLORE » "The Road to Accessibility for All"One-Year Anniversary of the Marrakesh TreatyOne-Year Anniversary of the Marrakesh Treaty
Big human rights news: Martus 4.5 released, major milestone towards lowering the barrier to strong, open source cryptoEXPLORE » "Martus 4.5"
Monthly Update: July 2014
What's new at Benetech? Get your monthly update from our Silicon Valley headquartersEXPLORE » "Monthly Update: July 2014"
The Latest News
Team-Up for Textbooks: Volunteer to Help Students with Disabilities Aug 19, 2014
Across the U.S., thousands of students with print disabilities will start their school year without the textbooks they need for class. ... READ MORE » "Team-Up for Textbooks: Volunteer to Help Students with Disabilities "
Unlocking Technology-for-Good Innovation Aug 6, 2014
At Benetech, we advance technology applications that empower and protect underprivileged populations, and that also have the potential to become financially self-sustaining ... READ MORE » "Unlocking Technology-for-Good Innovation"
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Drake Leong on How Bookshare Has Helped His Son
With our Bookshare initiative, Kevin Leong has been able to overcome his reading challenges.
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.