Discover how you could model these changemakers and use decentralized Web3 technology to create an impact in civil society.
Having trouble imagining how to apply Web3 and decentralized technology to solve wicked problems? This technology is more than just cryptocurrency wizards trying to get rich! We’ll show you how nonprofits and civil society organizations are applying it in big ways.
In this, our third session in the series, expert speaker Robby Greenfield of Umoja Labs will be exploring real-world examples from civil society organizations already using the decentralized web for impact.
These inspiring examples will showcase innovators in identity, governance, humanitarian aid, and traceability:
- Transparent voting systems and decentralized autonomous organizations
- Refugee support and famine relief programs
- Preventing human trafficking
- Sustainable climate initiatives
- Land titles
- Recyclable collection
- Self-sovereign identities
- Tokenizing impact outcomes
Join us to upgrade your knowledge on new technology and start activating conversations in your organization. And who knows, maybe you’ll be inspired to take action or partner with someone that’s building a new solution.
Attendee Bonus: To start applying these lessons quickly we’ve prepared a getting-tarted guide with hands-on activities and an explainer document that you can take and share with your organization.
If you’re left with more questions or want to go deeper, attendees have access to a live Q&A with Robby Greenfield and our team.
RSVP today to save your spot and add it to your calendar.
This event is supported by an award from the Filecoin Foundation for the Decentralized Web.
Public Good App House is a project of Caravan Studios, a division of TechSoup.
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Catalyzing Impact for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in a Changing Climate: A Guide for Synergistic ActionIn this joint webinar hosted by YLabs and Organon, we will explore the intersection of climate change, gender equality, and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). You will gain comprehensive insights into the Climate Change x Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights framework (www.climatexsrh.org) and its practical applications. YLabs’ team members will discuss the real-world case studies highlighting the framework’s transformative potential across the health and climate sector and Geralyn Ritter, EVP of Corporate Affairs, Sustainability & ESG at Organon, will share how funding partners can get involved in this work.Time: 10:00 AM ET
Nuclear power could be part of the answer for an increasing number of African countries.Countries across the African continent are showing increasing interest in adding nuclear power to their energy mix. Nuclear power can help to meet climate change objectives and satisfy fast growing energy demand to support economic development.
During this webinar we bring together key regional nuclear industry representatives to discuss what perspectives nuclear technologies have in this region and what should be done to successfully implement nuclear projects.
Participation is free of charge and open to all.
More information on speakers lineup and agenda will be provided soon.
Time: 10:00 – 11:30