I’m thrilled to be co-hosting the 7th International Conference of Crisis Mappers in Manila from September 28 – 30 with field visits from October 1-5.
To make the conference more accessible, tickets for Philippines’ based attendees are P2,500 including 3 days of conference + 2 field visits!
Organized by the International Network of Crisis Mappers, The International Conference of Crisis Mappers (ICCM) is the leading humanitarian technology event of the year, bringing together the most important humanitarian, human rights, development and media organizations with the world’s best technology companies, software developers and academics. Everyone from every sector is welcome to attend the conference.
2016 marks the first year ICCM is being held in the Southeast Asian region, so please help us showcase the Philippines and make the conference a success! This year’s theme, in partnership with Map the Philippines is Building Resilience: Inclusive Innovations in Crisis Mapping, is focused on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and will highlight how local citizens, business, NGOs, schools, government and technical communities can work better together with more accessible tools to strengthen the resilience of our communities.
The Crisis Mapper community has been fortunate to have had considerable media coverage including The New York Times, Washington Post, The Economist, UK Guardian, CNN, TED Blog, CBC News, Reuters, ReadWriteWeb, F
Register and learn more at http://www.attendiccm.com/
Wed Sept 28 Reception at Palace Pool Club BGC
Thurs Sept 29 Conference Day 1 Unilab Bayanihan Center
Fri Sept 30 Self-Organized Sessions Unilab Bayanihan Center
Sat Oct 1 Field Visit Manila FREE with Registration
Sun Oct 2 Field Visit Tagaytay FREE with Registration
Mon Oct 3-5 Field Visit Palawan PAID trip
To apply for:
Scholarships, apply by August 8: http://bit.ly/
Ignite Talks, apply by August 22: http://www.attendiccm.com/
Showcases at the Tech & Analysis Fair, apply by August 22: http://www.attendiccm.com/
Self-Organized sessions, apply by September 12: http://www.attendiccm.com/
If you would like to sponsor an ASEAN or Filipino scholar or support ICCM in other ways, I would love to talk to you!
We would like to thank The Rockefeller Foundation, Making All Voices Count, The Ayala Corporation, and Unilab as the primary sponsors for ICCM 2016. Additional thanks to the ICT for Peace Foundation, The American Red Cross, The Palace Pool Club and John Caroll University for their sponsorship!
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