Events

As an organisation located at the unique intersection of development justice and digital rights, IT for Change convenes forums that serve various purposes – promoting dialogue, exchanging knowledge, building research community, providing training, educating the wider community and sharpening advocacy frameworks.

UPCOMING EVENTS

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TISS Mumbai Campus

The Tata Institute of Social Sciences is organising a 'Collaborative Knowledge Building: Interrogating Processes and Patterns' workshop to be held at the Mumbai campus from 26th-27th February. The workshop will hold 16 paper presentations under the following sub-themes: 

Interrogating the Collective Knowledge Building Process Diverse Voices…
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University of Sydney, Australia

This workshop on Digital Rights in Asia is being organised as part of a Sydney Research Excellence Initiative (SREI)-funded project on Digital Rights in Australia and Asia.  It will include 20-30 participants, drawn from universities, policy agencies, NGOs, and industry, to explore, identify and discuss the key issues…

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Colombo, Sri Lanka

Parminder Jeet Singh from IT for Change will be participating in the workshop - 'Digital Trade and Industrialization: Perspectives from the South' organised by Department of Commerce (Government of Sri Lanka) and UNCTAD in partnership with Sri Lanka Export Credit and Insurance Corporation and Centre for WTO Studies.…

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New Delhi

The Global Development Network is organising its 18th Global Development Conference, titled 'Science, Technology and Innovation for Development,' in New Delhi, between 22-23 March, 2018. The conference is intended to be a forum where global actors from governments, research, private sector and civil society can share…

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Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Bengaluru

Karnataka Election Watch (KEW) and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) are organising the 14th Annual National Conference on Electoral and Political Reforms on 10 March 2018. Anita Gurumurthy from IT for Change is a panelist at the session on 'Information & Communication Technology for Better Governance.'

 

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