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Just 2 more days for applying for participation in POINT 3.0

April 15, 2014 | by:

From May 22nd -25th Art kino Kriterion will be the place for third edition of POINT conference. The number of participants is rising, and only two more days are left for applications and to get a chance to become part of the first conference of this kind in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region, which connects civic activism, political accountability, new media and technology.

prijavaPOINT konferencija (Political Accountability and New Technologies) is a regional event for civil society of South-East Europe(Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia), that intensively uses new technologies in their activities. The conference is open for participation of organizations, individuals, groups and institutions from around the world.

We are pleased to invite you to participate in the conference. There are two types of participation, and both come with full costs of accommodation and transport coverage. Applications will be accepted up to April 16, 2014

Become a speaker

We’re inviting everybody who works in the intersection of activism, political accountability and new technologies in Southeast Europe, to submit a proposal for a short (up to 15 min) presentation about their work in the field. If you’re an activist developing a project related to the use of new technologies in fields of government accountability monitoring and/or open data, or if you want to share a story about a success of technology-related project(s) of civil society, or about the use of new technologies for advocacy or monitoring different branches of government — we would love to have you on the stage and get to know more about your experiences. You can learn on how to become a speaker from the attachment.

Become a participant

Are you involved in political accountability projects and want to learn more about the usage of new technologies in this field? Or maybe you are a developer who wants to get involved with some civil society projects around open government? Or somebody who connects those two worlds and wants to meet similar people and learn more about what is happening around the world, in particular in Southeast Europe? We have a bunch of fellowships for covering the costs of travel and accommodation for participants from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia. You can learn on how to become a participant from the attachment.