YOU'RE INVITED: India+ Plus Social Good happening April 9 in Mumbai. This is the largest convening of its kind, bringing together a conversation around technology+new media+global issues+innovation and new voices in India.
India’s future and the developing role of Social Good in making the world a better place will be the focus of a groundbreaking initiative in Mumbai, India, on 9 April 2014. Global leaders, policy makers and philanthropists will meet in Mumbai for the one-day India+SocialGood Summit to discuss the use of technology and new media in global action for change.
The event, tied to the annual Social Good Summit that takes place during UN Week in New York City, will highlight social issues and challenges and explore how innovation and new technology can help improve people’s lives in the world’s largest democracy. In keeping with the goals of the Social Good Summit to open the conversation to everyone, everywhere, the event will be live-streamed to a worldwide audience.
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Looking at how India is solving the world's biggest challenges, one billion people at a time.
India has repeatedly achieved what others once thought was impossible: from maintaining the world’s largest democracy to its success in eradicating polio, there are other lessons that can be learned: India can be the model for scaling up innovations across the globe. more
On Sunday, September 22, the 2013 Social Good Summit kicked off at the 92nd Street Y in New York and continues for 3 days in more than 55 UNDP Country Offices across the globe. more
(www.plussocialgood.org) is a global community of innovators, social entrepreneurs, and thought leaders united around a shared vision: Leveraging the power of technology and new media to make the world a better place.
+SocialGood is inspired by the Social Good Summit, and powered by its partners and funders. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Case Foundation, Caterpillar, Cisco, Enactus, Mashable, the Rockefeller Foundation, the United Nations Development Programme, the United Nations Foundation and the 92nd Street Y.