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mySociety works with people and organisations all over the world to help them run websites and tools based on our code.

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Here’s what some of our partners have said about working with mySociety:

Parliamentary Monitoring Group, South Africa

Working with mySociety has been very reassuring as they are 100% committed and efficient. The user design work provided to us – conducting user groups  and identifying the flaws in our design – was inspiring. mySociety’s comparative research has helped us know who our users are, given us cautionary pause for thought and will continue to motivate the decisions we make.

Through focus groups, countless discussions, research and other analysis, mySociety has gone to great lengths to not only understand our needs but also implement tools that are specific for our environment.

We are fortunate to be partnered with mySociety. They have rendered a valuable service over many years.  We cannot do what we do without their assistance.

mySociety are innovators and leaders in the area of parliamentary monitoring. We have been able to tap into their unique skills and support over many years resulting in our ongoing success.

mySociety has a longstanding track record of working with NGOs across the world. Their service is indispensable as they have resources that few NGOs can match. Part of their biggest asset is their ongoing commitment to and engagement with organisations they support.

Find out more about PMG’s Parliamentary monitoring project, People’s Assembly.

 iLab,  Liberia

Jen, Paul and the wonderful mySociety team — thank you so much for your partnership and friendship as well! We at iLab feel fortunate to have had this opportunity to work with you; I couldn’t imagine a better partner to have weathered these challenges with over the last two years, nor a better partner with whom to offer Liberian citizens the chance to transparently engage with their government and exercise their right to information.

Find out more about iLab’s Freedom of Information project, Infolib.

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