On 20-21 September, civic tech specialists and civil society organisations in South Africa will come together for a final -Making All Voices Count facilitated- Community of Practice, before taking the next step as the Civic Tech Innovation Network.
The first day will bring together all those who have completed their partnership with Making All Voices Count between 2013 and 2016, and who want to reflect on ‘communities of practice’ and how the Making All Voices Count Community of Practice took shape in South Africa.
The second day will add voices from other ‘civic tech’ learning networks, who will share their work and approaches.
The meeting will strive to have participants leave the two days feeling inspired to continue to collaborate with and learn from each other in using technologies in responsive governance, transparency.
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