Interesting and critical piece in Foreign Affairs calling for Regime Change for Humanitarian Aid: How to Make Relief More Accountable
Check out this op-ed in Foreign Policy on Why Technology Hasn’t Delivered More Democracy featuring perspectives from Larry Diamond, Omidyar Network and others.
Fascinating updates from the Ford Foundation as they assess what they’ve learned and what’s next – including a shift to focus on more unrestricted funding.
ICT4Drinks: TechChange in SF
Thursday, June 18
Interested in ways technology can improve the world? Join TechChange Founder and President, Nick Martin for happy hour when he visits the San Francisco Bay Area on Thursday, June 18th at Churchill Bar and meet other like-minded folks.
FREE! RSVP here – first round of drinks are on Nick, so come early and feel free to bring colleagues/friends!
SparkSF Cocktails for a Cause – Silicon Valley Edition
Wednesday, June 24
SparkSF is coming to the Valley! Join us as we raise a glass, funds, and awareness for women around the world and our new grantee, Red Dot! Red Dot Foundation uses on online platform, Safecity, to anonymously crowdsource reported experiences of street harassment, aggregating the data as hot spots to indicate local trends and create safer cities.
Tickets ($10+) required. Appetizers included.
BAIL Happy Hour
Thursday, June 25
We miss you. There are new people you should meet. Time for another edition of BAIL happy hour! Come mingle with your fellow internationalists at Hopwater Distribution (850 Bush Street).
No RSVP required, see you there!!
Drink + Think: Assaults on the Press
Wednesday, July 1
Join Center for Justice & Accountability’s Young Professionals’ Committee for Human Rights for a thought-provoking happy hour and discussion on the evolving threats faced by both domestic and international journalists, including issues around freedom of the press, cyber attacks, and the public’s access to information.
FREE! RSVP here.