The first Global PeaceTech Conference will bring together experts and representatives from different PeaceTech Labs, research institutes, non-profit organisations, governments and companies. They will discuss how technology can enhance peace at the global level and how investment in PeaceTech can help achieve short-term and long-term peace.
Topics addressed include matching algorithms and digital identities for refugee management; predictive analytics for peace, peaceful digital ecosystems; cyber diplomacy; ethics of human rights in tech governance; satellite and space-tech for peace; peace engineering and investments in technologies of peace.
During the conference, the KluzPrize for PeaceTech will be awarded to researchers and practitioners whose applied research and innovative projects aim to explore or harness the potential of new technologies to positively impact peace and cooperation across borders.
The conference will be hosted by the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence, Italy.
For more information please visit the event page on the EUI website or get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org