Human imagery is a key component of Reboot’s visual identity. Images of people are especially powerful in revealing the details of the kind of work we do, the people and places we learn from, and the principles we stand for. But using someone’s likeness publicly—anywhere—means we need to do so in a respectful and responsible manner.
The push for open data and the “Learn to Code” movement show great promise for realizing the goals of open government, but this promise has yet to be fully realized.
Over the past several months, Mexico’s Agentes de Innovación teams have been hard at work further defining the problems they want to tackle, and beginning to ideate around potential products that they might develop.
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Reboot will have several team members in Istanbul next week for a Civil Society Innovation Initiative co-creation workshop. USAID and Sida are convening over 40 civil society organizations from around the world for the three-day event. Reboot is both a participant and also facilitator, along with our co-facilitation partner CIVICUS. Follow along on Twitter - #CivSocInov8
Zack and Dave are participating in “Doing Development Differently” on October 22nd and 23rd. The event is jointly hosted by Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, and the Overseas Development Institute. They'll be presenting Reboot’s work on public financial management reform and facilitate a design-thinking workshop. Follow #differentdev on Twitter for live coverage.
Kerry will moderate a panel at this year’s ConDatos on October 1-2, the most important regional event on open data in Latin America and the Caribbean. The panel will feature Latin American and Caribbean open government specialists discussing how to design initiatives that enable institutional participation and integration.
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