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Here is the schedule for Tech@State: Civil Society 2.0 on November 4 and 5.

11/4 Day 1: Tech@State

7:45-8:30 Registration, Light Breakfast, Networking

8:30-8:35 Opening
Susan Swart, CIO, U.S. Dept. of State

8:45-9:00
Defining Civil Society 2.0
Alec Ross, Senior Advisor for Innovation, Office of the Secretary of State

9:00-9:15
Why Civil Society is embracing 2.0
Brian A. Gallagher, President and CEO, United Way Worldwide

9:15-9:30
Aid, Development and Civil Society 2.0
Maura O'Neill
, Senior Counselor to the Administrator for Innovation at USAID

9:30-10:00
What Civil Society 2.0 means for the Tech Community
Tim O'Reilly, Founder and CEO, O'Reilly Media
10:00-10:30 Q&A

10:30-11:00 Break

11:00-11:30
How technology is impacting Civil Society
Beth Kanter, CEO, Zoetica, and Co-Author, The Networked Nonprofit
Mark Horvath, Invisible People TV
Shawn Ahmed, The Uncultured Project
11:40-12:10 Q&A

12:10-12:15 Closing and Information on Afternoon and 11/5

12:15-12:45 Travel to World Bank
Lunch served @World Bank from 12:45-2:00

1:00 Welcome by Christoph Pusch, Lead Disaster Risk Management Specialist, Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR), World Bank, and
Suzanne Hall, U.S. Department of State
(12th floor banquet room)

1:15 How the World Bank is leveraging technology for Civil Society 2.0
Aleem Walji, Practice Manager for Innovation and Technology, World Bank

1:30 Civil Society 2.0, World Bank and Shifting Perspectives
Shanta Devarajan, Chief Economist for Africa, World Bank

2:00-2:05 Information on Breakout Sessions and 11/5
2:05-2:30 Move to Breakout Sessions/Break
2:30-4:30 Breakout Sessions

Breakout1--Democracy Transparency and Civic Engagement (World Bank Room: MC8-100)
Andrew Rasiej, Personal Democracy Forum; Simon Rosenberg, NDN; Kathryn Peters, Democracy Works; Oscar Salazar, CitiVox

Breakout2--Promoting Economic Opportunity (World Bank Room: MC10-100)
Tim Kane, Kauffman Foundation fellow; Brian Cayce, Grayghost Ventures; Stacy Donohue, Omidyar Network; Inigo Jodra, Banca Civica Group

Breakout3--The Role of Science, Tech, Environment (World Bank Room: MC9-100)
Adam Bly, Seed; Cameron Sinclair, Architecture for Humanity; Shaifali Puri, Scientists Without Borders

Breakout4--Disaster Risk Management (World Bank Room: MC6-100)
Nigel Snoad, ICT4Peace; Adele Waugaman, UN Foundation; Bob Greenberg, The Viterra Institute; Emma Phillips, World Bank

Breakout5--Civil Society and Government in Fragile States (World Bank Room: MC4-100)
Clare Lockhart, Director of the Market Building Initiative at The Aspen Institute; Sima Kanaan, World Bank; Tomicah Tillemann, Senior Advisor to the Secretary for Civil Society and Emerging Democracies at U.S. Department of State; and Darian Rodriguez Heyman, CODE Green Agency


4. Unconference on November 5

08:30 am The unconference will start with breakfast at the World Bank

09:00 am Opening remarks will be presented by: David Weinberger, Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School, and Wayne Moses Burke, Open Forum Foundation

10:00 am Scheduling the day
The unconference allows participants to form their own agenda and sessions to more widely share expertise and explore the issues of Civil
Society 2.0.

10:30 Session 1

11:30 Session 2

12:30 lunch

1:30 Session 3

2:30 Session 4

3:30 Closing

4:00 Finish




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