(Cross-posted from the official Making All Voices Count Blog)
The Global Innovation Competition called for new, ‘out-of-the-box’ ideas to enhance government transparency and accountability in Making All Voices Count’s 12 programme countries.
At the November 8th Technology Salon in New York City, we looked at the role of ICTs in communication for development (C4D) initiatives with marginalized adolescent girls.
So it begins! Today we launched the Global Innovation Competition!
£65,000 to the winner. £35,000 each to the two runner-ups and seven £5,000 prizes.
This is a guest post from Anna Crowe, Research Officer on the Privacy in the Developing World Project, and Carly Nyst, Head of International Advocacy at Privacy International, a London-based NGO workin
This post was originally published on the Open Knowledge Foundation blog.
This is a cross-post by Duncan Edwards from the Institute of Development Studies.
Bruce Lee explains why many open data and technology-led initiatives go wrong.
(See minute 1.14).
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