Earlier this summer, I received one of the more challenging design requests to arrive in my inbox: build a brand in rural Nigeria.
To avoid remaining siloed from traditional governance actors like the World Bank, the open government community could benefit from reflecting on how to take advantage of these organizations and best meet shared goals.
A state-centered approach to security is only exacerbating the problem of crime in Latin America. A citizen-centered approach is what's needed.
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We're excited Panthea will join the jury for PEACEapp, a global competition to promote digital games and gamified apps as venues for cultural dialogue and conflict management. PEACEapp is now open for submissions. Developers, technologists and peacebuilders around the world are invited to apply!
Exploring current events in Libya, Dane makes the case that violence is a tool of the political process. “While violence continues to be the primary means through which attention is brought to political concerns in Libya,” he writes, “with time new tools and new venues can help build trust in a more peaceful political process.”
Today, Jen joins SVA's "Impact! Design for Social Change" summer guest lecturer series. She will speak about what it takes to design in context, presenting an overview of the brand identity she created for our My Voice platform, which was launched last month in central Nigeria.
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