Public Lab is a community of practice that has informally collaborated with UNICEF Innovation Fund team members in the past. To learn more about this community, reach out to your assigned Open Source Mentor or see the contact info below.
1. About Public Lab 🔗
Access to knowledge is a fundamental right. When people want to investigate their environment, Public Lab is the place to go to find and share knowledge, equipment, and community.
We’re rooted in the belief that the best ideas and solutions come from collaborations between on-the-ground communities with deep knowledge of local issues in close, equitable, and sustainable partnerships with networks that bring skills, capacity, science, and technology to bear.
We raise awareness about health impacts, improve scientific agency, build new scientific and technological skills, and mitigate certain exposures. When people can easily and reliably track local effects associated with environmental injustices — increased flooding, poor air quality, pollution and destruction of wetlands — they can make better-informed decisions and take action.
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2. Contact Public Lab 🔗
The best way to get in touch is by emailing the team at staff
If you are trying to reach a particular staff member, please visit the Public Lab Nonprofit Staff page.