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Friday, November 13 • 14:00 - 15:30
WS 244 Digital Bootcamp: Play. Collaborate. Change the World.

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Enhancing Multistakeholder Cooperation


Tech solutions. Internet governance challenges. There seems to be a bottomless well of both and yet successful examples the former addressing the latter are comparatively sparse - especially in developing nations like the Philippines that need these solutions the most.

In the course of running Dakila’s Digibak program, we have identified a concerning gap, one between those developing the solutions and those facing the problems.

Whether it’s gaps (or chasms) in culture, capacity, understanding, or access, the Digibak Boot camp is aimed to bridge them, bringing different stakeholders such as tech experts, human rights workers, humanitarians, development workers, government agencies together to collaborate on technology, tools and strategies that are practical and practicable.

The Digibak Bootcamp gamifies the real-world challenges and processes such as SECURITY and PRIVACY faced by CSO's, government, companies, and other Internet stakeholders.

The game emphasizes on collaboration among stakeholders to identify the roadblocks and challenges that they face and the resources and tools that they need or that they already have. The game aims for stakeholders to find out how to collaborate with each other to solve problems they face in their communities, both online and offline.

The game also wishes to address problems faced by civil society organizations, especially human rights defenders, in using online tools to campaign for or against specific human rights issues.

Friday November 13, 2015 14:00 - 15:30 GMT-03
Workshop Room 6

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