Twenty digital humanitarian experts, over 200 active participants from across the globe at any one time, and one of the most thrilling discussions of the impact of technology on communication, community engagement and accountability we have ever seen.
Wait, what, you missed it?!
We’re thrilled to share the recordings of each of the sessions so that these discussions for the benefit of all.
Recordings of the CDAC 2021 Public Forum
- Keynote: How do we not lock people into future harm, indebtedness, or future inequity? Aarathi Krishnan: https://youtu.be/wHqxmblwytc
- Discussion one: Listening vs ceding: changing the decision-making table: https://youtu.be/5NGCCMfOqN4
- Discussion two: How data collected by digital channels can be used to inform decision making and increase accountability to affected people: https://youtu.be/2lbNYAgqERY
- Campfire chat with Dr Agnes Callamard, Secretary General of Amnesty International: https://youtu.be/0tpcjU0zzP4
- Discussion three: Localisation from afar? https://youtu.be/CGimCQu7wFw
- Discussion four: The limits of technology for accountability: how to ensure that the digital divide doesn’t silence the most vulnerable: https://youtu.be/d1W0lT2Re0E
And don’t forget to check out Dragana Kaurin’s background paper for the 2021 CDAC annual public forum interesting: Tech Localisation: Why the localisation of aid requires the localisation of technology
Thanks to everyone who helped make this event possible: we look forward to seeing you at the next one, if not before!