Activities: Capacity Building
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About this document
TechUp offers capacity building sessions as part of its activities to anyone interested in learning new skills. This document gives an overview of the themes and topics that can be covered in these sessions.
This document does not form part of any Engagement Document and may be amended at any time as the needs for TechUp evolve.
This document directly applies to:
- All TechUp capacity building sessions
TechUp Capacity Building sessions
Proposing a session
Anyone can participate in TechUp and be a part of the community by sharing knowledge and being part of its mission to encourage the next generation of Rights defenders.
If you are interested in submitting a session proposal:
- Check the TechUp Speakers' Guide
- Submit your proposal
- We will soon be in touch with you to explore how to make it happen!
Proposing a theme or topic
Should you want to propose a new theme or topic, please message us at: Contact@TheIOFoundation.org.
You can access all the recordings from past capacity building sessions in TechUp's Library.
You will also have access to recordings from other activities.
Themes and Topics
- Programming languages
- Development frameworks
- Distributed ledger technologies
- Cloud infrastructure
- Data structures, storage and management
- Data science
- Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
- Digital Security & Privacy
- Public speaking
- Project management
- Negotiation techniques
- Conflict resolution
- Design thinking
- Documenting projects
- Presenting Calls for Proposal
Data-Centric Digital Rights
- DCDR Principles
- Digital Harms
- Digital Rights
- Building a career in civil society as a technologist
- Starting your own civil society organization as a technologist
- Participating in the technical ecosystem
- Internet governance
- Self-Sovereign Identity
- Open Data
- Policy making & interpretation
- Software & data licensing
- Governing structures
- Rights & obligations
- Deontological codes
- Business Process Management
- Authoritative organizations
- Open Standards working groups