SPACE IS LIMITED, Register to attend the only civic tech conference in Africa now
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The Civic Tech Innovation Network (CTIN) is set to convene from the18th to the 20th of March, which means you have less than 2 days to register and join us at this community event. This event brings together Africa’s civic tech community, both governmental and non-governmental for the purpose of sharing, learning, inspiring, and overall capacity building.
This event is for all people who work on building relationships between government and citizens, and are interested in how new technologies could enable better services, communication and accountability.
We have put together a jampacked programme starting with masterclasses, rolling exhibitions, local and international keynotes. We even have engaging collaborative workshop sessions on the What, How, and What Next of civic tech and other related topics such as smart cities, legal tech and many more.
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We will also be launching the first-ever African Civic Tech Database which tracks civic tech initiatives across the continent.
We have amazing displays of civic tech from all over the world. From the USA, Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria and many more, come and be inspired by these exciting civic tech innovations.
What’s a conference without a party? Join our social and networking event on March 19th evening from 18:00 to 22:0 at the Wits Theatre and Tshimologong.
Register to attend CTIF2020 HERE. Please note if you cannot afford the registration fee, but would like to attend CTIF2020 kindly email us at email@example.com motivating why you would like to attend, Your motivation should be no more than 5 lines, (keep it short).