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The 2nd Science Talk!

The event provides an opportunity for 25 participants from media institutions, universities, indigenous groups, and civil societies to meet with scientists in the field of environment to obtain scientific-based data for use in their work.

CamboJA collaborates with Open Development Cambodia (ODC) under funding support by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through FHI360 to host the second science talk on the topic of “Carbon Credits.”

Please register via this link by January 02, 2023, at 5:00 pm.
https://forms.office.com/r/4hHJbxzmx

Other Events

Fifth Global Media and Information Literacy Youth Hackathon

Theme: Youth powering media and information literacy in digital spaces The UNESCO annual Global Media and Information Literacy Week is a major occasion for stakeholders to review and celebrate the progress achieved towards “Media and Information Literacy for All.”  The Global Media and Information Literacy Youth Hackathon is an integral part of the Global Media and Information Literacy Week Youth Agenda Forum. It is an opportunity for young people and youth organizations worldwide to participate in creating innovative MIL learning in meaningful ways. Following the previous four successful editions, the fifth Global Media and Information Literacy Youth Hackathon will be held during Global MIL Week 2023. UNESCO and partners call on youth worldwide to participate in this virtual hackathon to design innovative solutions to a defined set of social challenges, in connection with the year’s theme: “Youth powering media and information literacy in digital spaces.” Youth from schools, universities, youth centers, youth organizations, and young leaders from around the globe are invited to participate. The winning teams and the outcome of the Hackathon will be presented during the Global MIL Week Youth Agenda Forum 2023. Timeline 1 July 2023: Registration opens 1 August 2023: Registration ends Between 5-10 August 2023: Two-day mentoring on MIL and the hackathon 15 August 30 September 2023: Hacking processes (teams meet to hack issues and develop solutions) 1 October 2023: Deadline for submission of pitches (submission advised before the deadline) 2-10 October 2023: Judging process 25 October 2023: Announcement of winners and presentation of projects during the Global MIL Week 2023 Youth Agenda Forum. Registration: https://indico.un.org/event/1005900/registrations/ For more information: https://www.unesco.org/en/media-information-literacy-week/fifth-youth-hackathon

Cyber Security and Data Literacy Training

The training course aims to: Raise awareness of the cluster member on cyber security as well as digital securityincluding password management, safe internet browsing, email security, and mobilesecurity. Enhance the understanding of data, data standards, and interactive visualization.

Geo for Good Mini Summit São Paulo

The Mini Summit is intended for nonprofit, academic, public sector, private sector, and Indigenous peoples and local communities who are using Google Earth Engine and other geospatial tools for planetary sustainability and human resilience. Because space is limited at the event venue, interested candidates will need to apply (and be accepted) to attend. Applicants must demonstrate how their work leads to planetary sustainability and human resilience around the world. Cost: Free. In-person participants are expected to cover their own travel expenses. Timeline May 14: Application opens June 7: Application deadline June 28: Applicants will receive email notification of their application decision. How to Apply Applications must be submitted by June 7, 2024 at 11:59pm Pacific Time. We will not be able to consider applicants that do not give detailed answers to open-ended questions or cannot provide supporting evidence of their projects and work (links to webpages, papers, news articles, etc.). We can only accept applications in the English language. If you have any questions, please reach out to geoforgood-info@google.com. APPLY HERE