These listings are brief descriptions of projects we have not researched but that may be of interest to others in the technology for transparency field.
Data Net runs Datacamp, a web application for publishing datasets in more human-understandable form.
This project focuses on the accountability of the justice system, involving law students, the judges and the public in general.
Concejo Visible Bucaramanga is an initiative coordinated by Universidad Industrial de Santander to increase transparency in the Bucaramanga Municipal Council Administration.
The illegal drug trade map combines a blog and a Google map created by the Argentinian Association against Drugs.
Mi Panama Transparente uses Ushahidi to aggregate and map reports and news stories about crime in Panama.
Elecciones allows voters to compare candidates based on their policies in different areas such as poverty, health, and education.
Nuestras Elecciones is a citizen movements in Colombia to promote transparency during the elections.
Subsidios al Campo provides data to increase the transparency and facilitate analysis of four subsidies programs to rural beneficiaries in Mexico.