Open Parliament for whom/what/why?
Building Policy for Open and Inclusive Governance
How home stayers unlock the potential of open data in response to Covid-19 Pandemic in Myanmar?
Project Lockdown: Using data to assess the impact on human and digital rights as a result of Covid-19 related Government measures
How Jothon Online was Build
Intergrass & the Culture Jamming for Internet Freedom in On/Offline Places without (Internet) Freedom
Lesson learnt from failure - Reflection on Macau Civil Vote 2019
How independent policy research is made possible by civic participation and collaboration in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Open Data Index
Project show case from Japan - How we can collaborate?
Civic Tech Toronto - 5 years in and 5 years onward
Herstory in East Asia
Facing the Ocean – 2-year review of this civic hacking network in East Asia
Building an army of facilitators with Extinction Rebellion
Reflecting on value and invisible labor in collaborative projects, or why community govenance is important
Community g0vernance as a community project
The big gap between inside and outside of Taiwan politics
Bringing data thinking into government
What your paid actually worth it? Multivariable spatial analysis on real estate factor – example in Hamburg
A construction of knowledge graph from open data
The influence of Internet, engineering, and technology on news media
Wishing for election subsidy data, or perhaps an open election database
Make good wheels of storytelling at The Reporter
Public transit, road system architecture, and pedestrian environment analysis in the remote islands of Kinmen
Data analysis for reducing the risks in urban flooding
Ecosystem protection and open data
0archive: open data of Taiwan’s information space
Big issues, small data: How open-source data science can help social organizations tackle big problems
Challenges of GLAM Taiwan – can Wikidata solve this?
Wikidata one year in Taiwan, what is our results and what is our future plan
The Battle for Internet Freedom
Who builds the Internet? Tales about infrastructure and the people behind it.
Open Contracting for emergency response: how to use open procurement data and red flags to monitor public purchases.
g0v.social: a 4-year journey of distrubuted social (communal) media
Data-driven activism: ideation and implementation of the “Scan before buy” app
Journey of a NGO tech muggle and an open sourceror
City making, civic tech and urban transformations ? - Taiwan experience
Digital ID cards home and abroad
From “dōjin” to civic tech community, a journey of open culture for a non-tech person
Citizen random sortition in Cedric Villani's Paris campaign candidate list
Open-source can improve our world: TGH Open Source Prosthetic Project
Make a good circulation: “Good to go” reusable food containers service to promote circular economy through social design
When art community meets open culture: Lightbox Photo Library as an example
To be confirmed...
g0v novice village - how to make g0v a more beginner-friendly community?
Cofacts Fake News Crossing :Colaborating fact-checking for Democracy
Transitional justice for the people – let’s chat about open public engagement for “historical sites of injustice”
Speculative Design | Future News: Let's talk about our Smart City!
How to talk to people outside the bubble without getting hurt
The Transparency Report: How do citizens monitor the government and corporations?
"Forking Piragene: eID Great Escape @ 2035": an Artivism Project
Spark the fire of Internet freedom
it's time to talk about social distancing long-term care
The Battle for Internet Freedom
Internet freedom has long been under assault, a trend that has been exacerbated by COVID 19 and the cover the virus has provided to authoritarians seeking to clamp down on online discourse. What does the future of the battle for internet freedom look like? How can we shore up support for the agenda in the U.S.? And what does the rest of the world need to do to ensure that internet freedom is advanced?
Former non-governmental organizations worker, interested in digital rights. Localization volunteer for various internet freedom tools projects, like Tor, Tails, SecureDrop etc.
Libby Liu was CEO of the Open Technology Fund, an organization dedicated to advancing internet freedom around the world. Prior to leading OTF, Ms. Liu served as President of Radio Free Asia, where in addition to directing editorial and administrative policies and procedures, she coordinated issues in these areas with USAGM and other associated entities. Her responsibilities included ensuring the highest quality administrative and technical support to the editorial staff. In this capacity, she worked to facilitate effective, timely communication and broad-based collaboration among all divisions and bureaus. Prior to assuming this role in 2005, Liu served as vice president for administration and finance from 2003–05.
Amy Studdart is a senior advisor at the International Republican Institute, where she leads the organization's digital democracy programming. Studdart is concurrently the founder and CEO of Villager, a start-up working to bring democracy into the 21st century. She was previously a fellow with The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) where she established the organization’s programming on technology policy. Prior to that, she worked with the executive communications team at Facebook on a project interrogating the social, economic and political implications of the company’s mission to connect the world.