Are you looking for a way to bring human rights to your class? Join the Young Creators of Human Rights Change!
Young Human Rights Changemakers is a program that brings human rights-centered learning to the classroom. Through the program, students work together to understand the human rights issues facing their community and create a class project to help address the issues. Throughout the process, students gain a deeper understanding of what human rights are and how human rights impact their community. Students also have the opportunity to see firsthand how their actions can have an impact on their community.
Show recent progress and identify challenges for the use of space-based information, big data approaches and artificial intelligence techniques such as machine learning in disaster management in Africa.
Present and provide a hands-on experience of space-based applications through tutorials on technical solutions ranging from independent desktop packages to cloud computing environments that facilitate access and use of space-based data and products of information for disaster management.
Take advantage of the results of UNOOSA international conferences and symposiums to identify the needs and opportunities for capacity development with respect to the full use of the increasing amount of space-based information and new techniques to access, combine, process, analyze and present the data .
Provide a forum to discuss partnerships to facilitate access to data and applications tailored to the needs of those interested in disaster management in Africa.