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[liberationtech] Information about US tech-related foreign aid?
Helena Puig Larrauri
hpuiglarrauri at gmail.com
Tue May 20 00:30:44 PDT 2014
I know that USIP has just started a PeaceTech initiative that provides
tech-related foreign aid for peacebuilding. You can look up their PeaceTech
camps in Iraq (and soon in other locations). I believe the initiative has
come out of the Science, Technology and Peacebuilding innovation centre at
Hope that helps.
On 20 May 2014 02:24, Terry Winograd <winograd at cs.stanford.edu> wrote:
> Zak, the person who is best qualified to talk to you about this here is
> Larry Diamond. I know there have been USAID programs and others, but don't
> know the details.
> On Mon, May 19, 2014 at 1:26 PM, Zak Whittington <zakwhitt at stanford.edu>wrote:
>> I am interested in studying what current initiatives the US federal
>> government has regarding technology-related foreign aid.
>> I imagine the US government provided either hardware or technical
>> training to dissidents in some of the recent uprisings in the Middle East
>> and elsewhere in the world, but I can't find much credible evidence of this
>> Anyone know of any good sources covering this, or any US agencies that
>> are focused on tech-related aid?
>> Zak Whittington
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