Association Social Media: International Reading Association

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People who advocate for literacy and provide professional development to literacy educators in places like Sri Lanka, Sierra Leone, and Bangladesh.

Women, Girls, Education and Global Health: Interview with Carinne Brody

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Before and during her studies, she conducted field research for governmental and non-governmental organizations, as well as foundations, on maternal and child health in Sri Lanka, Ghana, Haiti, Somalia, Uganda, Kenya and India.

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Beneblog: Technology Meets Society - Untitled Article

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

This is based on a talk I gave in Sri Lanka last year at the University of Peradeniya, but with a heavier technology component given the engineering audience. Technology and Human Rights Talk. My talk this week at Stanford was videoed and placed on the EE380 class website. I covered our Human Rights program, including the Martus Project and the Human Rights Data Analysis Group (which joined Benetech last year).

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society - Untitled Article

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

Our staff are actively working in the region in Sri Lanka and East Timor, but on December 26th were not in harm's way. Our partner groups and friends in Sri Lanka have also fared well, to our relief. Benetech's Patrick Ball was on National Public Radio's Morning Edition show today in a piece entitled Uncertainty the Rule in Gauging Deaths from Tsunami.

Benetech, Bookshare and Google Summer of Code

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

I’m Thushan Ganegedara, a 3 rd year undergraduate from the Department of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka. Many thanks to Thushan Ganegedara for this guest post about his summer open source project. My interests are Mobile Development and Computational Intelligence. My first-ever experience with Google Summer of Code has been with Benetech. I have realized that Benetech is indeed “technology serving humanity.”

Live Blog: Is Technology Really Good for Human Rights

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Like Sri Lanka where pictures weren’t getting out. Tonight, I attended a live panel discussion on the question of whether Technology is Really Good for Human Rights, or not. Below are live notes – apologies for spelling and grammar – that follow the main points and audience q/a. Enjoy!

Preventing Human Trafficking: An Interview with Christina Arnold

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I also lived in Sri Lanka right about the time that sex tourism became a big deal, and saw it firsthand. "I think a lot of people perhaps have gotten a one-sided understanding of this issue of trafficking.