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INCORE Announcement - 2 October 2014
The PeaceTech Laboratory
Innovative Peacebuilding: Launch of the PeaceTechLab
The International Conflict Research Institute (INCORE) at the University of Ulster in Northern Ireland, in partnership with The Nerve Centre in Derry, The Young Foundation, The Agirre Lehendakaria Center for Social and Political Studies in the Basque Country, New York based Culture Shock, and Scensei in Washington have jointly launched the PeaceTechLab. This new initiative, which will be based at the FabLab in Derry-Londonderry, will explore how technology and new media can be used to enhance peacebuilding practice.
Watch the short animation below...it will tell you all about this exciting initiative...
A range of events will take place over coming months in relation to the PeaceTechLab. INCORE with the Nerve Centre will also run one of its modules on the Annual INCORE International Summer School on Peacebuilding and Technology. If you are interested drop us a line by clicking here <mailto:incore at ulster.ac.uk?subject=Interest%20in%20PeaceTechLab> and we will be in touch.
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