Editor’s note: Today we are honored to feature a guest post by Forest Whitaker, CEO of the Whitaker Peace & Development Initiative (WPDI) and UNESCO Special Envoy. Founded by Whitaker in 2012, WPDI provides holistic peacebuilding training that focuses on conflict transformation. As the technology partner to WPDI, Ericsson provides ICT equipment for the youth-based….
Editor’s note: Since 2010, Ericsson has been the lead technology partner for Refugees United (REFUNITE), a non-profit organization dedicated to help displaced people locate missing family and loved ones. Ericsson has supported development of an online family reconnection platform, providing technical expertise, and engaging with mobile network operators, other social organizations and employees to achieve….
Through 12 years of familiarizing myself with the humanitarian world, I have never seen so many organizations looking to revamp their approach to delivering humanitarian aid.
Editor’s note: Today we are featuring a guest post from Rossella Cardone, Head of Innovation, Sustainability & Corporate Responsibility, Ericsson Region Mediterranean: After success in other regions, we are happy to announce the extension of the Technology for Good Employee Volunteer Program to Region Mediterranean (RMED) countries.
Editor’s note: Today we feature a post by Jakob Uludag, Sustainability & CR Subject Matter Expert for Ericsson. With his background in Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution, UN Sustainable Development Goal 16 on just, peaceful and inclusive societies is particularly close to Uludag’s heart. The world is at a critical juncture, as we are witnessing….
Today, we are featuring a guest post from Ulf Ewaldsson, Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Officer and Head of Group Function Technology, Ericsson, published on the World Economic Forum’s Cities and Urbanisation blog. The sector of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has a crucial role to play in driving sustainable growth and social inclusion worldwide…..
I recently returned from the UN World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, which brought together government, civil society and the private sector to address global humanitarian challenges.