Build Peace 2015 - Peace through Technology: By Whom, For Whom?
The second Build Peace conference will take place on April 25 and 26, 2015 in the world's last divided capital city: Nicosia, Cyprus. We hope you can join us!
Have something to say at Build Peace 2015?
Last year, over 30 people contributed to Build Peace with short talks and technology fair stands. In this video, Ronny Edry gives a 5-minute talk about his work at the Peace Factory. Do you have something to share?
Apply to speak or share your work at Build Peace 2015
A place for peacebuilders and technologists to come together.
Technology is altering how we engage with the world, offering new avenues for social change. Build Peace 2014 at the MIT Media Lab explored how information and communications technologies, games, networking platforms and other tools can enhance the impact of a broad range of peacebuilding, social cohesion and peace advocacy initiatives.
"There is a great need for conversations between capable conflict resolution workers and thoughtful technologists — hence this conference. Here are some of the things I think I learned.”
Jonathan Stray reflects on his experience at Build Peace 2014.
"Could there be an IP range, for the Internet of Things, dedicated to peace through peaceful means?"
Sanjana Hattotuwa, keynote speaker at Build Peace 2014, reflects on the future of technology in peacebuilding.