This project is maintained by the Collective Action in Tech team. The effort would not be possible without the work of Hyatt Dirbas and Wynnie Chan– undergraduate researchers from the University of California, Berkeley. Nataliya Nedzhvetskaya is supported by funding from the Jain Family Institute.

Please read our GitHub page for information on how the Collective Action archive is compiled and to understand our criteria for including actions. The easiest way to contribute is through this form.

If you are a journalist referencing this dataset, please include a link to the archive in your published piece.

If you are an academic using this dataset for your own research, please include the following citation in your bibliography: "Nedzhvetskaya, Nataliya, Tan, JS, Dirbas, Hyatt, and Wynnie Chan. (2022). Collective Action In Tech Archive. https://data.collectiveaction.tech"

Please share how this archive has been useful to you as an organizer, journalist, or researcher by reaching out to us at hello@collectiveaction.tech.

We don't cover the gaming industry but our friends at Game Worker Solidarity do! Please check out and support their archive.