// Session I 13.00 – 17.30
The afternoon will feature thematic discussion and working groups on strengthening Open Development research and Open ICT4D practice in areas such as FOSS and Open Technologies in Post-Conflict Transformation, Open Data vs. Privacy and Security, Open Data for Human Rights, Open Agriculture and Open Educational Resources (OER), Open Data and Governance, or Disruptive Technologies and Empowerment. Through a Bar-Camp and World-Café format we invite all participants to bring their themes to the table in an open, interactive exchange.
13.15 Arrival / Meet & Greet
13.30 Introductory Welcome – Counsellor David Ehinger
13.45 BarCamp Session I / 3 Thematic Groups
14.45 BarCamp Session II / 3 Thematic Groups
15.45 World-Café (3x20min + 3x5min breaks)
Unfamiliar with the Barcamp format? Here’s a short intro!
// Session II 18.30 – 21.00
The evening session features a discussion with international guests including Arul Chib (Singapore Internet Research Center), Alejandra Perez Nunez (FOSS artist / advocate, Chile), Heloise Emdon (Carleton University, Ottawa) and Al Kags (Open Institute, Kenya/Canada). #DoDevDif will wrap up with a special preview screening of excerpts from Made in Africa by Geraldine de Bastion and René von der Waar. The film is a documentary about innovation and technological revolution, breaking clichés and telling a new story of African success and independence.
18.00 Arrival / Meet & Greet
18.30 Ambassador’s Welcome: Marie Gervais-Vidricaire
18.40 Guest Address: Günter Nooke
– German Chancellor’s Personal Representative for Africa
– BMZ Commissioner for Africa
18.45 Discussion featuring Arul Chib (Internet Research Center, Singapore), Alejandra Perez Nunez (FOSS artist and advocate, Chile), Heloise Emdon (Carleton University, Ottawa) and Al Kags (Open Institute, Nairobi)
Moderation: Ben Wagner (CIHR)
20.00 Excerpt screening of Made in Africa by Geraldine de Bastion
Watch the Trailer!