As the Confederation turns 150, Connected Canada will examine what it means to be a digital citizen in Canada today. Together, participants will draft a public research agenda for digital citizenship that will set the foundation for strong institutions and good policy. Join us October 13-14, 2017 in Ottawa as we consider the impacts of the Internet on Canadian institutions, policies, and people.
g0v is a decentralized civic tech community from Taiwan, advocating transparency of information, building tech solutions for citizens to participate in public affairs from grass-roots. g0v’s biennial summits started in 2014, featuring open government, open source collaboration and civic participation.
Organised by PUBLIC and supported by French President Emmanuel Macron, Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo and the European Commission, the GovTech Summit gathers European leaders and innovators to explore how new technologies can improve public services and democratic practices.
Mozilla Festival (MozFest) brings the world together to leave the internet better than we found it. Mozilla, the non-profit behind the Firefox browser, invites you to our annual interactive festival in London, England. Come shape our best future online.
The NewCities Summit gathered top entrepreneurs, policymakers, corporate leaders, designers and thinkers to work together to improve life in cities. The sixth edition of the Summit took place in Incheon Songdo, South Korea from June 7-9, 2017 on the theme Thriving Cities: The Building Blocks of Urban Wellbeing. The new city of Incheon Songdo has been […]
The Vanguard conference is an experiential urban leadership gathering of rising urban leaders working to improve cities across sectors, including urban planning, community development, entrepreneurship, government, transportation, sustainability, design, art and media. By selection only.
The North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS) is an enjoyable society of map enthusiasts. We have yearly meetings, an online discussion forum, and we work on a variety of projects and publications which promote good map making. We hope you’ll drop by and be a part of our collegial community.
Across six sessions on March 7, 2019, we’ll look at how public interest tech is already changing the way power is distributed and decisions are made across public policy, philanthropic organizations, and Silicon Valley board rooms.