Building on a well-attended first workshop in 2021, this second virtual conference will bring together scholars, government leaders and other professionals to discuss the intersection of public interest technology (PIT) and global development specifically as they relate to two of today’s critical issues: education and energy.
Conversations will include keynotes, breakout discussions, and participatory dialogues to explore socio-technological synergies for the advancement of human wellbeing in the era of a global pandemic and beyond.
This workshop provides an excellent networking and collaboration opportunity among academics, practitioners, and policy makers within the RTAC network and USAID, who are involved in the technological innovations and applications for public interest, and global development.
Register to attend now and save the date: April 21 and 22, 2022. Agenda to follow.