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Global Poverty and ICTs: What Cambridge can do to change the world

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  • Keynote speaker: David Edelstein, Director of Grameen Technology Center
  • Plus quick-fire presentations from Cambridge ICT4D organisations and academics
  • Followed by a drinks reception

ICTs are creating innovative ways to alleviate global poverty and inequality. This event will explore the transformative power ICTs are having on international development projects; in creating new partnerships, and improving participation levels, education, governance and more.

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This event is part of a themed year on ICT4D (ICT for Development) run by the Humanitarian Centre in partnership with ARM .

This talk is part of the ICT4D: ICT for Development series.

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