New UNICEF ICT4D report to be presented at the Berkman symposium on April 28th

© UNICEF/NYHQ2005-2249/Giacomo Pirozzi - Morocco 2005 - Girls attend a computer class at a UNICEF-assisted development centre in the rural village of Ajmou in Meknes-Tafilalet Region. UNICEF provides the centre with books, computers and related supplies


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The new report Children, ICTs and Development: Capturing the potential, meeting the challenges" developed by UNICEF Office of Research Innocenti in collaboration with the ICT4D Centre at Royal Holloway, University of London and Jigsaw Consult, is to be presented at the Berkman Symposium on April 28th during the afternoon session "Using ICTs to support child- and youth-related development work: Collective learning from practice and remaining research needs".

Dorothea Kleine, director of the ICT4D Centre at the Royal Holloway, University of London and lead author of the report, will present the findings of the study, followed by a set of responses from discussants, including Gurumurthy Kasinathan, IT for Change, India, Chris Fabian, UNICEF and Chisenga Muyoya, Askiana Network. Moderator: Gerrit Beger, UNICEF.

Berkman Symposium


Documents

Press release

  • Impact of ICT in child-related development programmes examined. UNICEF global survey reveals important opportunities and risks