DDNA-2016-Tech4Good

Digital DNA: Technology, social cohesion and peace advocacy

We are delighted to host a session on “Technology, social cohesion and peace advocacy” during Digital DNA. In this digital age, technology is altering how we engage with the world, offering new avenues for social change. In this session we will explore how technology can help to foster contact and collaboration between groups in conflict settings and to create new ways for people to influence or take action in their community to promote peaceful attitudes.

Panellists:

Louisa Worladge – Global Lead, Digital, Partnerships and Innovation, British Council

Stephen Shashoua – Founder, Plan C: Culture and Cohesion

Hen Norton – Director and Film Producer

Louise Guido – CEO, M4 Global Partners

Angela Baker – Director, Corporate Social Responsibility, Qualcomm Wireless Re

Chaired by Eva Grosman – CEO, Centre for Democracy and Peace Building and Conor Houston, Programme Director, Centre for Democracy and Peace Building

 

Digital DNA, Tech for Good Studio | Tuesday, 6 June | 3pm – 3.50pm

Third sector passes available at: https://digitaldna17.eventbrite.co.uk?discount=VSC

More information about Digital DNA: www.digitaldna.org.uk

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