Exploring the Potential of Technology to Enhance Global Peace at the First Annual Conference of the Global PeaceTech Hub
The first Annual Conference of the Global PeaceTech Hub brought together experts and representatives from different PeaceTech Labs, research institutes, non-profit organizations, governments, and companies to discuss how technology can enhance peace at the global level. The conference was organized by the Global PeaceTech Hub and was an invitation-only event. However, on the second day […]
The Global PeaceTech Hub participates to the Digital Series of the Geneva Peace Week with a contribution under Peace Innovation.
Swiss Ambassador Alexandre Fasel on the role of Anticipatory Science Diplomacy in addressing future global challenges
The Geneva Science and Diplomacy Anticipator, ambassador Fasel explains, has devised a method for Anticipatory Science Diplomacy that consists of three steps: anticipation, acceleration, translation.
The KluzPrize for PeaceTech rewards researchers and practitioners who, through their applied research and innovative projects, study or exploit the opportunities offered by emerging technologies to have a positive impact on peace and cooperation across borders.
The panelists present an overview of matching initiatives for Ukrainian refugees by businesses (such as Airbnb), communities (religious, academic, and humanitarian), national platforms (Italy and the United Kingdom’s models), as well as the opportunity and challenges to streamline refugee matching on the EU level.
In a series of online talks, the Global Peace Tech Hub discusses the different ways in which digital technologies and technology platforms can contribute to the promotion of peace and build new bridges between citizens in Europe and the world.
On 8 December 2021, members of the Global PeaceTech Hub will meet academics, policymakers and experts at the United Nations Internet Governance Forum 2021 to discuss collaboration in realising the hub’s mission.