The Royal Geographical Society in England will be examining the potential of digital technology to affect change in the countries of Africa.

Digital Technology in Africa
18 May 2011, 7.00pm
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), London, SW7 2AR
£10 / £7 (RGS-IBG members)

Can digital technology offer the countries of Africa realistic economic and educational opportunities?

Join an international panel of experts to find out more and put your questions to them.

NICHOLAS NEGROPONTE        Founder and Chairman, One Laptop Per Child
ERIK HERSMAN                           Co-Founder, Ushahidi, Afrigadget and iHub
HERMAN CHINERY-HESSE      Founder and Chairman, theSOFTtribe, Ghana

Discussion will be chaired by Humanitarian and Campaigner, SIR BOB GELDOF

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For video interviews on this issue, click here

Tickets can be booked online here or by calling their events team on (011 +44) 207 591 3100

All talks are professionally recorded and made freely available on their website to try and help broaden our audiences.

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