Engineers may have skill sets that are highly valuable to the global effort to protect human rights. And, conversely, technologies that engineers build can threaten human rights when they’re not used properly. For those who have thought about working for peace, justice, transparency and other aspects of human rights worldwide, this recorded webinar serves as an introduction.
Jessica Wyndham, human rights lawyer at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), shares her insight into engineering for human rights, and takes questions from the audience. This is a recording of Engineering for Human Rights, delivered June 13.
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