Join the June Data for Peace conversation to hear perspectives on how to navigate the space of smart cities, in between opportunities and challenges, and help us understand if smart cities are an ally or an enemy of the peace in our cities.
As the High-level Meeting on Peacebuilding Financing approaches, this informal roundtable discussion provides a space to discuss the larger issues at stake for peacebuilding financing in our current moment.
This month’s featured speakers will discuss the current and future potential cybersecurity risks in the humanitarian and peacebuilding space and share potential avenues towards building a collective resiliency against cybercrimes. We will also explore what solutions can and should be adopted; how governments, private sector, and civil society can come together to commit to agreements they have made so far; and ultimately how can we sustain peace in cyberspace.
Ministers and policy influencers from across the world discuss how they are addressing inequality and why we have not seen the scale and speed of progress the pandemic has warranted. This event hosted by the International Inequalities Institute at the London School of Economics will draw on a recent report, From rhetoric to action: Delivering equality and inclusion from the Pathfinders initiative hosted by the Center on International Cooperation at New York University, which considers what actually works to address inequality and exclusion in different country settings.
With trust in institutions decreasing and economic outlooks uncertain, societal tensions are on the rise. Wherever there are conﬂicts and disputes, justice actors have a role to play. If they put people at the center, make government more open and accessible, they can reestablish trust and pave the way for recovery. This is why justice leaders need to discuss people-centered approaches for transforming justice systems and strengthening the social contract.