CIS-A2K (Centre for Internet and Society - Access to Knowledge) is a campaign to promote the fundamental principles of justice, freedom, and economic development. It deals with issues like copyrights, patents and trademarks, which are an important part of the digital landscape.
If you have a general proposal/suggestion for Access to Knowledge team you can write on the discussion page. If you have appreciations or feedback on our work, please share it on feedback page.
CIS-A2K grant narrative reportsEdit
CIS-A2K mid-term grant report (September 2012 to June 2013)Edit
The Wikimedia Foundation approved a grant to support the growth of Indian language Wiki communities to the Centre for Internet & Society (CIS) to expand their Access to Knowledge program (A2K) program in India. The duration of the Grant was for 22 months starting from September 2012.
Though it is not mandated by the Grant agreement signed with the WMF, to increase the transparency CIS-A2K has decided to publish quarterly reports of its work since June 2013.
CIS institutional reportsEdit
As part of transparency measures, CIS has been publishing its Annual and Audit reports on its website. Links are provided to some of these reports below.
- 2017-18 Annual Report
- 2016-17 Annual Report
- 2014-15 Annual Report
- 2013-14 Annual Report
- 2012-13 Annual Report
- 2012-13 Audit Report
- 2011-12 Annual Report
- 2011-12 Audit Report
For previous year's reports see here