A world where human rights and global health collaborate with the technology industry for an inclusive future.
Technology is advancing daily and the businesses and companies that drive this change play a essential role in shaping the lives of communities. We work collaboratively with businesses to ensure human rights and global health are positively impacted.
Students and graduates have the power to shape our future. Our goal is to ensure that all those entering the technological industry are aware of the importance of understanding, and ensuring Human rights and Global Health are at the forefront as technology advances.
On our podcast we discuss human rights and global health issues. Our first series focuses on the black lives matter movement, and the health and human rights inequalities faced by the black community in UK and around the world.
How can you get involved?
We are constantly looking for people to help us reach our goals and would love to have you on board!
You can get involved in a number of ways whether this is through volunteering, donating or simply listening, learning and implementing the information given in our podcast. To learn more just head over to the contact page and send us a message or click here for current vacancies.
We believe that Global Health & Human Rights should be at the forefront of technological advances.
Our goal is to ensure that the global health and human rights implications of technology are considered to ensure that our future inclusive.
By working collaboratively with businesses and educating incoming graduates on the importance of global health and human rights we believe we can produce a future in which technology benefits every individual and community around the globe.
- The sustainability of Smartphones: Fairphoneby Vittorio Esposito Introduction Smartphones, since the advent of the first iPhone back in 2007, quickly became more and more important in our everyday life, establishing themselves as being the largest electronic market in the past two decades, with 1.4 billion smartphones sold yearly worldwide, with an average lifespan of 2.7 years (Bento, 2016, PaianoContinue reading “The sustainability of Smartphones: Fairphone”
- Digital Inclusion and Health InequalitiesIn this episode we are joined by Leah (Founder of PeerMed Foundation). We discuss the relationship between digital inclusion and health inequalities. Peer Med Foundation is a youth-led international not-for-profit organization. Through health advocacy, research and education, the Peer Med Foundation is committed to raising voices for marginalized patient populations (Migrants, 2SLGBTQIA+, BIPOC & more).Continue reading “Digital Inclusion and Health Inequalities”
- Ed Bridges v South Wales Police: Facial Recognition and The Right to PrivacyBy Agnes Leung Facial recognition has emerged as one of the most frequently utilized artificial intelligence technologies in law enforcement to achieve national security, public safety and prevention of crime. Facial recognition involves ‘automated extraction, digitisation and comparison of the spatial and geometric distribution of facial features’, which is a kind of biometric data, andContinue reading “Ed Bridges v South Wales Police: Facial Recognition and The Right to Privacy”