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European AI Fund - Support to CSO's in times of Covid-19

In this piece, Frederike Kaltheuner (Director) and Alexandra Toth (Programme Manager) of the European AI Fund reflect on how tech solutions deployed during the pandemic are at risk of reinforcing society’s biases and structural inequalities, and on the Fund’s efforts to support initiatives fighting this trend.

Andrew Strait, Associate Director of the Ada Lovelace Institute – one of the Fund’s grantee partners – shares their work in shaping the debate around vaccine passports in the UK.

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EPIM Annual Report

2021 was marked by worrying political and humanitarian developments in the migration landscape in Europe and its neighbourhood given the persistence of the Covid health crisis, security-driven responses to the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, and continuous pushback against migrants at European borders.

In this difficult scenario, EPIM has continued its core grant-making activities with 102 grantee partners across 27 countries directly supported by the programme, all while intensifying its efforts to respond to the needs of civil society organisations that operate in increasingly shrinking national environments.

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