3 edition of Information and communication technology and peacebuilding found in the catalog.
Information and communication technology and peacebuilding
Workshop on the Use of ICT in Peacebuilding (2007 Irvine, Calif.)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Carol Arenbery and Greg Pearson, editors ; National Academy of Engineering of the National Academies.|
|Contributions||Arenberg, Carol Rakita., Pearson, Greg., National Academy of Engineering.|
|LC Classifications||JZ5538 .W77 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||2008277057|
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such as the use Information and communication technology and peacebuilding book mobile phones for monitoring elections and communicating information about. This is a short article looks at the use of information technology and social media in peacebuilding.
Information and communication technology (ICT) serves an important role as a force multiplier and as a peacekeeping operation tool to provide a monitoring, situational awareness, and intelligence capability to communicate and cooperate directly with each other.
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The vision, which underpinned the project Technology For Peace (Tech4Peace) was to enhance in Cyprus one of the most basic human rights, the right of communication, by applying modern technology in the service of peace with emphasis on the usage of Internet and Internet-based applications.
Information and Communication Technology Technology for development is growing fastest in Asia, new survey finds ICT4D survey shows rapid growth in Asia, majority of use by staff, not participants. of technology for peacebuilding could yet. book page 62 to attract comments and sug- in term of information and communication technology and most of the scholars, policymakers monitor the.
Zones of Peace (ZoPs) have largely been defined territorially, though some communities do not fit this description. This study suggests an emerging “zone” that does not fit into standard typologies is composed of civilian led “closed virtual communities” (CVCs).
Virtual communities are not only a way for people to stand up to, and to organize against, the violence that affects their Author: Laura Villanueva. Information and Communication Technologies in Support of the Tourism Industry covers not only geographically supportive technologies in communication, but also in terms of culture, economics, marketing, social, and regional issues.
In-depth analyses range from the use of the Internet to supply information to the emerging patterns of tourist. June 8, June 9, Sanjana ICT for Peacebuilding, ICTs in general Disaster Management, Early warning, EW, Hazards, ICT An adaptation of an essay by Daniel Stauffacher (Chairman of the ICT4Peace Foundation) and I will be published in the official Commonwealth Ministers Reference Book on behalf of the Commonwealth Secretariat.
ICT4peace is a policy and capacity-building oriented international purpose is to save lives and protect human dignity through Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
The Foundation promotes cybersecurity and a peaceful cyberspace through international negotiations with governments, companies and non-state also explores and champions the use ICTs to facilitate. Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Gender, and Peacebuilding in Africa: A Case of Missed Connections Shastry Njeru This paper posits that marginalizing women is retrogressive in the peacebuilding process, and that information and communication technology (ICT) can be used to mitigate this problem in Africa.
About us. ICT4Peace is a policy and action-oriented international Foundation. The purpose is to save lives and protect human dignity through Information and Communication Technology. Tellidis, I. & Kappler, S. - Information and communication technologies in peacebuilding: Implications, opportunities and challenges Explores ICT's usage among local actors, particularly the marginalized, to foster peace and reconciliation, as well as whether ICT can more broadly allow for hybrid forms of peace.
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ICT4Peace is a policy and action-oriented international Foundation. The purpose is to save lives and protect human dignity through Information and Communication Technology.
Since ICT4Peace explores and champions the use of ICTs and new media for peaceful purposes, including for peacebuilding, crisis management and humanitarian operations.
By unearthing the connections between the literatures on participatory communication and civic engagement with the reality of postconflict peace, this article demonstrates how a communication for development (C4D) approach to engaging citizens in peacebuilding contributes to strengthening the reconstruction process at the end of the violence, while engendering a bottom up Cited by: 1.
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This narrow focus overlooks important considerations about how technology interacts with human nature and surrounding contextual dynamics, and in so. Using Data Sharing to Improve Coordination in Peacebuilding: Report of a Workshop by the National Academy of Engineering and the United States Institute of Peace: Roundtable on Technology, Science, and Peacebuilding 8 DATA SHARING TO IMPROVE COORDINATION IN PEACEBUILDING goals and timelines.
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