CartONG is changing the format of its GeOnG newsletter, and uses this update to also comply with GDPR - more information at the end of this newsletter.
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REGISTRATION IS OPEN
Registration for the 2018 GeOnG Forum is now open! You can already buy your ticket for the next GeOnG on our website.
For this edition, we offer 2 different kinds of tickets : a standard and a reduced 3-day conference pass, depending on the participants’ profiles. Please note that tickets include all coffee breaks and lunches, as well as 2 dinners.
Reduced rate applies to students and job seekers.
Speakers can also register for free to the event. They may choose to give a voluntary contribution if they wish to do so, which will help CartONG cover the logistical costs of their participation.
We welcome the participation of private organizations. If you wish to join us, please get in touch with Nina & Mathilde.
As usual, CartONG volunteers helping with the organization of the event can register for free.
By signing up to the GeOnG, participants agree to abide by the code of conduct.
Last edition, more than 140 participants from 70 organizations took part in the GeOnG Forum. We hope to see at least as many of you this year! Want to know more about the type of organizations who attend the event? Need help with planning your trip to Chambery?
Visit the Participants page on our website
A FIRST LOOK AT THE PROGRAM
We are currently working very hard on designing the best agenda possible for this year's event, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank all the humanitarian and development actors, technical experts, and researchers who have already agreed to join us and speak during the event.
We're very happy to announce that Laura Walker McDonald, Director of innovation at GAHI - The Global Alliance for Humanitarian Innovation, will join us to the event as keynote speaker to discuss the challenges associated with "Scaling up humanitarian tools".
Take a peek at this year’s edition by watching our teaser!
During the three days of the conference, participants will have the opportunity to take part in different formats of sessions which put emphasis on encouraging innovation, exchange and learning.
Management experiences from the latest emergency (Bangladesh).
Evaluations of Information Management projects.
Beneficiary data: the forgotten component of the GDPR implementation?
Information Management strategies in consortiums: pitfalls & successes.
What business model for digital commons in the humanitarian sector?
What is, could and should be the place of donors in information management policies and practices?
User centric design of tools in the humanitarian field
Machine Learning & AI on satellite imagery for mapping
Interoperability and display of time dimension in spatial data
The finalized version of the agenda will be published in the weeks leading to the conference. We will then ask participants to register to the roundtables and workshops they wish to attend in order to help us better plan those sessions and improve your experience as a participant. Stay tuned for more information!
THE 2018 GEONG SPONSORS
We are delighted to welcome Esri - our historical GeOnG partner - once again for the 2018 edition of the GeOnG. Esri has supported the GeOnG since the first edition in 2008. We are very thankful for their support and for bringing their expertise and solutions to the conference.
~ A big thank you ~
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The European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect on May 25, 2018. We are excited about this development because we believe it will help protect users’ rights to privacy and transparency. It is also an area of interest for CartONG and we hope that it can lead to new ways to work and to conduct project within our organization. This is the first GeOnG newsletter that we've sent since the enforcement of this new regulation and we therefore would like to use this occasion to reassure you about the use of the information that you provided when signing up for our newsletter. Your personal data is only being used for us to get in touch with you in order to provide news and updates about the GeOnG Forum. Should you wish to opt-out, you can unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of this and each newsletter. Thank you for reading!