Monitoring elected officials' expenses, reducing corruption, providing cheaper medicine: "citizen geeks" think they can change people's lives in the poorest countries by using data stored on state servers. Here's how.
Thursday, December 1, 2016 - 15:00
Research in Action
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Research led by Université Alassane Ouattara reveals how Côte d’Ivoire’s youth have emerged as victims and perpetrators of violent crime, and points to the measures that can offer them a brighter future.
Remarkable new research into HIV prevention among the "choice disabled" — vulnerable groups less able to make the right choices to protect themselves — has led to a nationwide rollout of three intervention programs in Botswana.
For Canadian youth, questioning their place in the world has become something of a rite of passage. But on the nation’s northern fringes, where few communities are accessible by road, the vision of young people is decidedly less far-sighted.