We want to rethink systems and technology so that money sent across borders effectively and transparently reaches those who need it most.
We are hosting a forum to envision scenarios that can improve and incentivise direct payments in the humanitarian sector. We are inviting those working in aid agencies, cryptocurrencies, aid policy and related fields. If you would like to attend, please register your interest with firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday 29 June 2016, 12-5pm
1 Plough place, London, EC4A 1DE
12.00 Open door for registration
12.30-2pm Welcome remarks, keynote speakers and working lunch
2-5pm Roundtable activities and open debate
We are interested in technology and policy that promotes economic growth and has a positive social impact. We’ve looked at cash transfers and thought about how a challenge prize could help foster innovations in this area. Read our challenges brief and opportunities report for more.
We’ve also blogged about the issue: