Practical Insights on Migration

We Need Digital Sanctuaries for Development in the USA Too

We Need Digital Sanctuaries for Development in the USA Too

Published on: May 24 2018 by Guest Writer - Comments Off on We Need Digital Sanctuaries for Development in the USA Too
Humanitarian data practices and the risks associated with them for the most vulnerable are not a topic only relevant to discuss when operating in conflict areas...
How Technology Can Revitalize the Worst Refugee Crisis of Our Time

How Technology Can Revitalize the Worst Refugee Crisis of Our Time

Published on: Aug 17 2015 by Guest Writer - Comments Off on How Technology Can Revitalize the Worst Refugee Crisis of Our Time
Last year, the United Nations (UN) Refugee Agency reported that the number of refugees, asylum seekers, and internally displaced people worldwide exceeded 50 million...
The Role of ICTs in Child and Youth Migration and Mobility

The Role of ICTs in Child and Youth Migration and Mobility

Published on: Jan 20 2014 by Linda Raftree - Comments Off on The Role of ICTs in Child and Youth Migration and Mobility
Migration has been a part of the human experience since the dawn of time, and populations have always moved in search of resources and better conditions. Today,...
Moving ICTWorks to WordPress: Special Thanks to Go WordPress’ Pro Bono Initiative

Moving ICTWorks to WordPress: Special Thanks to Go WordPress’ Pro Bono Initiative

Published on: Apr 15 2013 by Aaron Mason - 4 Comments
ICTWorks would like to give a huge thank you to Jordi Cabot and the team at Go WordPress for helping to bring the site up to date by migrating to WordPress. I won’t...
How Technology Can Support Migratory Children and Youth

How Technology Can Support Migratory Children and Youth

Published on: Nov 28 2012 by Linda Raftree - Comments Off on How Technology Can Support Migratory Children and Youth
The November 14, 2012, Technology Salon NYC focused on ways that ICTs can support work with children who migrate. Our lead discussants were: Sarah Engebretsen and...