28
Aug
2019

#EmpoderaLIVE brings together in Malaga global leaders in civic technology that are changing the world

As every year, Málaga will become, on September 16 and 17, an international meeting point to discover solutions that use civic technology and innovation to meet global challenges with #EmpoderaLIVE. This year we have brought together an impressive panel of people and initiatives that are changing the way of creating impact in different fields such as open and distributed economy, access to free culture, participation or Civic Governance. We will discover low-cost technological solutions, how to democratize access to energy resources, the impact that the Quantum computing revolution can have and many other practical cases about how things can be changed with a civic use of technology. New ideas facing global challenges.

Discover and be inspired by #Empodera2019 Speakers:

Garrick Hileman: Garrick is currently Head of Research at Blockchain.com

Maria Sefiradi: María Sefidari Huici is la Chair of Wikimedia Foundation

Gitangali Sah: Expert in ICT programs for Global Development. WSIS Coordinator

David Cuartielles: Co-founder of Arduino

Shuyang Lin: Co-founder of PDIS.tw, Public Digital Innoavtion Space in Taiwan

Joana Moscoso: Co-founder and Director of Native Scientist

Kenny Ewan: CEO and Founder of Wefarm

Nerea Luis Mingueza: Founder of T3chFest

Fiza Farham:Global Development Advisor –United Nations High Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment

Mauricio Cordova: entrepreneur and founder of Faircap.org

Inés Huertas: expert Big Data y Machine Leraning

Alba Cervera: Physisist and researcher at Barcelona Supercomputing Center.

César García Saez: Co-fundador of Makespace Madrid

If you want to meet them in person, join us next 16 and 17 of September en el Teatro Echegaray y reserva tu lugar en el evento. Registration is open and free until full capacity of the Theatre.

#EmpoderaLIVE 2019 is an event by Fundación Cibervoluntarios with the support of the Ministry of Labor, Migration and Social Security, the City Council of Malaga, the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) and Cifal Málaga. We also want to thank, once again, the collaboration of the Cervantes Theater, Agoranews and Periodismo Ciudadano. All those who can not attend the event can follow the live broadcast through our website www.empodera.org and participate with their questions on Twitter with the hashtag #EmpoderaLIVE.

Leave a Reply