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Emily Jacobi: Solidarity Through Technology
 

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Emily Jacobi is the co-founder of Digital Democracy, a NYC based nonprofit that works globally to empower marginalized communities with digital technologies. She’s here to talk to you about a ...

Emily Jacobi is the co-founder of Digital Democracy, a NYC based nonprofit that works globally to empower marginalized communities with digital technologies. She’s here to talk to you about a project she’s been working for Hatian women since last year’s devestating earthquake, with help from Live with Design.

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    Emily Jacobi: Solidarity Through Technology Emily Jacobi: Solidarity Through Technology Presentation Transcript

    • Emily Jacobi
      Solidarity through Technology
      @emjacobi
    • Solidarity through Technology
      A story of women in Haiti
      2
    • Malya & Eramithe
      3
    • Political violence
      4
    • Victories achieved
      5
    • Disaster strikes
    • New dangers
    • Violence against women & girls
      8
    • Women respond
      9
    • Whistles
      10
    • Mobiles
      11
    • Security patrols
      12
    • Media & advocacy
      13
    • Creating a digital database
      14
    • Call center
      15
    • How you can help
    • fanmpale.blogspot.com
      18
    • 19
    • Womenofhaiti.org
    • Emily Jacobi
      @emjacobi
      Photos by: FAVILEK KOFAVIV KONAMAVID Digital Democracy
      21