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The Role of Technology in Improving Human Security

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Dirksen Senate Office Building

Constitution Avenue Northeast (SD-562)

Washington, DC 20510

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At the Hay Institute, we seek to build a bridge between those with differing views to reach a deeper understanding of human security challenges and to create a generation of experts and policy-makers who deploy a human security lens in their analysis of policies of various levels. With partisanship storming Washington, D.C., the Hay Institute hopes to convene professionals across government leadership, the private sector, nonprofits, and academia, to explore the practical benefits of policy-making with a human security lens.

To help develop new ways to leverage this comprehensive approach, the Hay Institute has designed a series of programs to rethink the way policymakers make their decisions. The Round-table Series Project is one of these initiatives. We would like to invite you to attend the third panel of this series on The Role Of Technology In Improving Human Security. From digital development to disaster response, from e-governance to healthcare systems, technology is revolutionizing every aspect of our being, and also can preserve and enhance the quality of more human lives. This event is to highlight how technology can improve human security in local and international levels.


Co-Moderators:

- Shannon Turner, ( Founder of HearMeCode)

- NickMartin, ( Founder and CEO of TechChange)

Panelists:

- Aimee Barciauskas, ( Data Engineer at the Development Seed)

- Alan Schlaifer, ( Chairman of Wharton DC Innovation Summit)

- Julia Brothers, ( Advisor at National Democratic Institute (NDI))

- Hans Humm, Ph.D. ( Principle at Victory Systems LLC)

- Shailee Adinolfi, ( Director of Government and Social Impact at ConsenSys Solutions)

- Latoya S. Thomas, ( Director of Policy & Government Affairs at Doctor On Demand)

Refreshments will be served.

Attire: Formal Business.

Tickets are free but donations are welcomed; please reserve your seat in advance.

We invite all interested parties to participate in the event and hear from our list of distinguished speakers. Looking forward to having you for a lively discussion on these matters!


#technology #policy #socialimpact #development #solutions

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