Digitalising Development

Finding practical solutions for NGOs, governments and tech companies to close the digital divide and let the poorest in the world benefit from the digital age.

11 September: Garage48: Path To Development 2.0 workshops for developing ideas

12 September: Keynote speaker and discussions on digitalising development

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Digitalising Development – Are We Ready for The Future?

Are We Ready for the Future?

It seems clear that at the time of unprecedented technological advancements, the sky should be the only limit. However, this is not happening.

Why?

 

Digitalising Development is a hands-on participative conference. The talks, panels and workshops will inspire and help the participants to figure out concrete solutions and the steps to reach them. We are creating a space for all stakeholders to dream together and to forge foundations for partnerships for bringing these dreams into life.

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The conference is for:

  • People from relief and development NGOs;
  • Government decision makers and strategists;
  • Companies interested in Tech4Dev;
  • Donor organisations supporting development of open, transparent and efficient governance practices.

 

Speakers

Is technology neutral, as they say? Does AI mean the end of human kind? What will be the future of work and learning? Our keynote speaker is Alix Rübsaam, researcher on posthumanism and philosophy of technology.

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Venues

The Workshops will take place at Lift 99 Hub, the talks and panel discussions at KUMU Art Museum.

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Registration

The conference is free for all the participants, but seats are limited.
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About us

Estonian Roundtable for Development Cooperation (acronym: AKÜ) is an independent not-for-profit coalition of non-governmental organisations that work in the field of development cooperation or have expressed interest towards that topic.

AKÜ is located in Tallinn, Estonia.

AKÜ’s financial year lasts from January 1 to December 31.

AKÜ’s main goal is to improve the creation and implementation of development policy and informing the general public of the issues in development cooperation and their opportunities to participate in it.

AKÜ main acitivities include:

AKÜ’s work is regulated by the laws of the Republic of Estonia and AKÜ’s statute.

AKÜ’s members can be Estonian not-for-profit organisations and foundations that are active in the field of development cooperation.

AKÜ’s highest decision-making body is the General Assmebly. AKÜ also has a Council that is responsible for strategic planning and deciding on daily matters that cannot be brought to the General Assembly.

AKÜ’s legal representative is the Board, which is also responsible for managing the organisation’s staff.

The statute is approved by the General Assembly on May 14, 2009 in Tallinn.

Estonian Roundtable for Development Cooperation brochure (pdf)

Contacts

MTÜ Arengukoostöö Ümarlaud

Estonian Roundtable for Development Cooperation

Telliskivi 60a, 10412
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Staff Members:

Ms. Sigrid Solnik – Secretary-General, Sigrid@terveilm.ee
Katrin Pärgmäe – Communications Officer, +372 56623823, katrin@terveilm.ee
World Day/ Maailmapäev coordinatormaailmapaev@terveilm.ee
GLEN coordinatorglen@terveilm.ee

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