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.
Back in May I participated in a discussion on if and how International Civil Society Organizations (ICSOs) are adapting to changes around them. Here’s my summary of the conversations: Can International Civil Society Organizations be nimble?
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.
Bruce Lee explains why many open data and technology-led initiatives go wrong.
(See minute 1.14).
The February 5 Technology Salon in New York City asked “What are the ethics in participatory digital mapping?” Judging by the packed Salon and long waiting list
I spent the weekend working on a paper about “
Here’s a recap of my panel talk at the Engineers Without Borders, Canada, Annual Policy Forum. (A summary of the wider discussions on Open Government and Community and Economic Development at the Forum is here)
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