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Mobiles, Mapping & Data: Harnessing Human Rights for Haiti

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When a devastating earthquake struck Haiti, the science & technology community sprung in to action, using open-source tools to map the affected areas and collect data from the affected population. How can these same tools be harnessed to promote human rights in the country, and empower Haitian citizens to take an active part in the rebuilding process?

Looking specifically at the challenges facing Haitian women, this presentation explores tools including mapping, databases, digital cameras and more that are being used to promote human rights in post-earthquake Haiti.

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Mobiles, Mapping & Data: Harnessing Human Rights for Haiti

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