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Peer to peer social networking for disaster relief - Introducing Crowd Aid Exchange

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An introduction to Crowd Aid Exchange, and a discussion on the use of peer-to-peer social networking technology to empower people before, during and after .

Crowd Aid Exchange is a new project, developed by Cambridge graduate student Richard Dent, to realise technology’s potential to provide secure resource trading, people finding, news aggregation and efficient communication for isolated people.

Before becoming a student at Cambridge University, Richard Dent worked on a number of social media and communication projects including: Leonardo Di Caprio’s The 11th Hour film, European Commission funded renewable energy PR campaign Energy Union and Global Campaign Climate Action (WWF, Oxfam, Greenpeace NGO coalition).

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