Monthly Archives: December 2014

Tents and Tukuls: Lessons from the Development of AMALGAM

The path of innovation is rarely, if ever, a straight line. Where you end up often bears little to no resemblance to where you initially thought your initial idea would take you. This is one of the many lessons we at the Signal Program on Human Security and Technology (Signal Program) at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI) learned as a result of our participation in the Mass Atrocity Prevention Tech

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Ambassador Power Mentions Tech Challenge Winner, MediCapt, in Speech at Yale University

United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power,¬†recently delivered the Chubb Fellowship Lecture at Yale University’s Timothy Dwight College. In her remarks, she mentions MediCapt, a project of Physicians for Human Rights and¬†winner of the Tech Challenge for Atrocity Prevention’s Capture challenge.   “We can improve accountability for violence against women and girls, through strengthening documentation of abuses and the capacity of justice officials to prosecute perpetrators. Physicians for

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