Medellín


Auditorio del Instituto para el Desarrollo de Antioquia March 21, 2018 7:00 am - 5:15 pm

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The Digital Civil Society Lab at the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society is exploring the implications of the digital age for global civil society. We are applying that knowledge to build a universal framework for civil society to use digital resources safely, ethically and effectively. Join us for a one-day conversation with leaders from Colombia and around the world.

 

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AGENDA

 

Welcome
Setting the stage for a conversation to share ideas and experiences, build community, and inspire new research and tools to advance digital civil society.

Lucy Bernholz, Digital Civil Society Lab, Stanford University
Melissa Johns, Digital Impact Alliance (DIAL)
Carlos González, MAKAIA

 

From Possibilities to Responsibilities
A global look at how social sector organizations can pursue the opportunities of digital data while understanding and addressing the risks.

Lucy Bernholz, Digital Civil Society Lab, Stanford University

 

Digital Dependencies
An interactive discussion on the new possibilities created by digital data and infrastructure for working across sectors and the new demands these relationships entail.

Juan Carlos Monsalve Marín, MEData
Ricardo Garzón Torres, Telefonica Colombia
Isis Bonet Cruz, Universidad EIA
Camilo Espinal Arango, Universidad EAFIT
Wilmar Giraldo, CORLIDE

 

Principles for Digital Development
A presentation of guidelines designed to help civil society and digital development professionals integrate best practices into programs enabled by technology for the best results.

Dustin Andres, Digital Impact Alliance (DIAL)

 

Technology Experiences for Social Change
A look at local projects generating social impact by incorporating technology and the Principles for Digital Development.

Álvaro Rodriguez, Ciudadanía Corporativa de Samsung Colombia 
Ana Isabel Restrepo Guerra, MAKAIA
Catalina Restrepo, Fundación Marina Orth
María Otálora Román, AFLORA/Bolívar Davivienda

 

Designing and Implementing a Digital Data Strategy in Your Organization
An interactive session moderated by the Digital Civil Society Lab with support from Fundación ProBono, with guiding questions and tools to incorporate best practices into managing the lifecycle of digital data, adapted to current Colombian legislation and policy landscape. 

Digital Impact Medellín is presented by the Digital Civil Society Lab at the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society and hosted by Makaia. Special thanks to our local thematic partner Principles for Digital Development, and global partners Microsoft, Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth, and Perpetual, Ltd.

REGISTER NOW (registration is in Spanish)