Hi there! When was the last time you got to participate in the beginning of a revolution? The beginning of a major change to the way we think and live? If you can’t answer that question, we'd would like to introduce The Fabric of Humanity. We go beyond the idea of fair trade and have created Wearable Philanthropy.
Africa 2050 kicks off on August 13th, 6:30pm at Palantir, and you're invited!
Africa is currently home to six of the world's fastest growing economies, and is projected to account for 40% of the world's youth population by the year 2050. While "Africa Rising" has become the economists' buzz phrase for this immense growth opportunity, Africa 2050 aims to separate the hype from the hard facts and put flesh and bones on the numbers.
We’ve just released the next round of workshop on digital psychology, which we’ll be running in Seattle, Washington, New York City, Chicago, Ottawa, Kitchener, Vancouver, Toronto, and Calgary. This workshop started at CSI, and has grown to attract not just professionals from the non-profit and health sectors, but many of the world’s leading technology companies.
I am primary/junior teacher in Toronto and I collecting mobile tech devices with Wi-Fi /browsing capabilities (i.e.: cell phones, iPads, tablets) you may not want/need anymore. The use of tech tools in the classroom can enable students to have many learning opportunities. The Use of Technology for Learning is one of the 21st century skills students need to have in order to have better employment chances. Unfortunately, not every child can afford getting a device and limitations in our public school budgets prevent us from getting enough devices for everyone.
Please join us on Tuesday June 2 for our annual end-of-season concert, Creo Animam, a multimedia concert curated by futurist and digital artist, Ryan Kelln. The show will investigate the social implications of the acceleration of technology, the evolution of artificial intelligence, and the collision of transparency/privacy. Including music from your favourite science fiction films, Radiohead, Daft Punk, The Books, R.E.M.
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY May 2015 MEDA invites applications for a Project Coordinator/ Junior Consultant to join MEDA’s Private Sector Development team. MEDA (Mennonite Economic Development Associates) is an association of Christians who invest in people living in poverty around the world so they can unleash their potential to earn a livelihood to provide for their families and enrich their communities. To find out more about MEDA, please visit our website at www.meda.org. Project Coordinator/ Junior Consultant- Private Sector Development