At TechForum Brussels journalists, NGOs, and academics from across Europe discuss how technology can solve challenges posed in the modern media environment.
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The objective of this TechCamp is to give young people and civil society organizations the tools to develop joint solutions for peace. Mutual misunderstandings and suspicions among faiths can be exacerbated by false narratives and stories being spread on social media. Participants used technology to help local leaders promote counter-narratives of peace and tolerance, focusing…
U.S. Embassy Zambia and the Department of State’s Bureau of International Information Programs hosted members of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) Network from southern Africa at YALI TechCamp Lusaka: Enhancing Democracy and Transparency. Participants worked with local and international experts to apply low-cost technology tools and digital strategies to promote good governance and transparency across…
At TechCamp Bolivia, Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative (YLAI) members who run businesses across South America learn technology tools and digital marketing strategies to help sustain and grow their businesses.
At TechCamp Warsaw, journalists and independent media from Europe and Central Asia learned to improve reporting accuracy and transparency in digital media.
At TechCamp Kuwait, government and civil society members from the Gulf Region learn technology tools and strategies to counter extremism and promote peace.
At TechCamp Hyderabad, civil society, journalists, and religious leaders from South and Southeast Asia learn technology tools to counter violent extremism.
At TechCamp Istanbul, civil society from Europe & the Middle East learn digital skills to aid them in providing Syrian refugees with opportunities & resources.
At TechCamp Cambodia, YSEALI youth leaders from Southeast Asia learn digital skills and create online advocacy campaigns to address environmental challenges.
At TechCamp Bogota, health professionals from South and Central America and the Caribbean discuss how technology can improve communications during a pandemic.