by Jennifer Easterday
JustPeace Labs is proud to announce the release of Ethical Guidelines for PeaceTech, the first in its series of practical guidelines for PeaceTech stakeholders.
We think focusing on citizenship and participation is key to working on peace and conflict…
By Diana Dajer, Build Peace Fellow and PhD Candidate in Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford
These are puzzling times for citizen participation in Colombia. After four years of…
by Jacob Lefton
When we talk about building peace through technology, arts, and research, whether it’s an app, a poll, a creative project, or anything else, how we do it is as important as what we do.
by Luis Puig, with inputs from Helena Puig Larrauri
By Jen Gaskell
This post was originally published here
Disclaimer: I’m still on the fence about the term peacetech… I couldn’t say why exactly. Still it’s short and neat so I’ll give it a go.
Leading up to Build Peace 2016: Toward Transformation, our conference on transformation in peacebuilding through technology, arts and research, we hosted three online pre-conference dialogues.
In collaboration with the London School of Economics for the WOSCAP research project, Build Up have authored a ‘good practices’ overview on the uses of ICTs for EU conflict prevention and peacebuilding…
By Build Up — crossposted from PCDN Network.