Wednesday 25th March, 2015
10:30am to 11:45am
Luke is a designer at the OpenAustralia Foundation, based in Sydney. In 2014 his main work for the Foundation was on Australian Parliamentary Monitoring site They Vote For You.
He is co-founder of Detention Logs, a journalism project that launched with support from The Guardian Australia, New Matilda and The Global Mail to uncover evidence of conditions in immigration detention. Luke loves HTML, typography, film, noise and science fiction!
Research Manager, iHub Research
Nanjira currently leads iHub’s Governance & Technology research pillar.
She trained as a mathematician and also worked as a new media strategist for organizations such as UNEP, UN HABITAT, Africans Act 4 Africa, and Global Power Shift. Nanjira is also the editor of Innovative Africa, a series of tech essays on the emerging African tech landscape.
An activist as a teenager, Martín became a web developer, consultant and teacher in usability, accessibility and interaction design. He holds a title of Expert in Usability and Web Accessibility from the National Technology University (UTN) in Argentina. After being part of IT teams in big local companies, he became an independent contractor and has started civic and educational initiatives.
Martín is Coordinator of CongresoInteractivo.org, a parliamentary monitoring application that is using Poplus Components to help citizens committed to a cause to understand, monitor and participate in the legislative process.
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