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Partnership Call: What the Future Wants

Hello! Welcome to the short survey application for Tactical Tech's partnership call for the What the Future Wants initiative.

What the Future Wants is a project that aims to put young people in the driving seat of the their digital futures. Through education, co-creation and capacity building, we work  towards increasing the data literacy of the next generation so that they can think critically and proactively about the digital environment  they want to live in now and in the future.


In order to be eligible for this partnership call, you must meet all of the below criteria: 

  • be currently working in one or multiple of the following regions: Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, South-West Asia and North Africa (SWANA), the Pacific Islands and Eastern Europe*.

  • work with young people on some aspect of digital literacy

  • have access to an existing network of other local and national youth organisations and initiatives

There are 14 questions in this survey.
Tell us about yourself and your organisation / initiative
Your name
Name of the Organisation / Initiative 
Your position or title
Type of organisation 
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Tell us a bit about yourself and your organisation/initiative (please include relevant links)
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Which country or countries do you work in?
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Which language(s) do you work with?
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What age group(s) do you work with?
How do you envision a partnership?
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Which partnership goal(s) are you applying for? (Check below for an explanation of each partnership goal)

Partnership goals

Over the next years, Tactical Tech are looking to expand and develop the What the Future Wants project. Our goal is always to deepen young people’s critical thinking around digital technologies and to achieve that we are seeking partners to help us explore three main areas:

  1. Co-creation as a form of meaningful youth engagement: Over the past year, we have been carrying out co-creation workshops with young people. Our reason for doing this is simple, we want young people to have a say in shaping their digital future, and they have unique knowledge and insights which should be heard. We would like to find partners who are also interested in this approach to help us explore and test different approaches and methodologies  in this area.

  2. Develop, adapt, localise and outreach existing Tactical Tech resources: Across Tactical Tech’s many youth and public-orientated projects (see The Glass Room, the Data Detox Kit, the Data Detox x Youth and What the Future Wants), we believe that there is a great potential to reach more young people. We would like to find partners who can help us to further develop, adapt and outreach these resources so that they meet the needs of specific communities and age groups. We are particularly interested in groups who are experimental with digital and social formats.

  3. Equip educators with the tools they need: We would like to find partners who are also interested in equipping educators with the skills, knowledge and methods of youth engagement in this area. This could be through training, peer-to-peer models, or helping us to develop and expand our educational materials and curricula.

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If you have an idea of how to work with the What the Future Wants project, please tell us about it.
Would you require budget to work on this idea, if so, please specify an approximate range (in Euros)
Have you partnered with Tactical Tech or attended any of our events in the past? If so, please tell us about it:
Your e-mail
Organisation Email