Over the last decade, the world has seen significant growth in the uptake of mobile phones and data-driven technology, which has opened up possibilities for applying machine learning algorithms and...
Artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer just a buzzword in tech circles. It's rapidly becoming a reality in many sectors, including international development.
Special series: Bits and Atoms Author: Nik Dawson
Seeing so many of our graduates working globally, we’re no stranger to providing advice on preparing before you go.
Sexual misconduct. Fraud and corruption. Short term thinking. Misplaced funding.
Nik Dawson, an advisor of Humanitarian Institute and a PhD candidate from The Magic Lab at University of Technology Sydney (UTS), is assisting the United Nations (UN) with a research...
Our world is being transformed by two big forces: the technological revolution and the rise in inequality.
SYDNEY, NSW (February 02, 2018): Professional Humanitarians and Development Practitioners to benefit from innovative professional development initiatives being launched today by Humanitarian Institute.The objective of Humanitarian Institute’s professional development short...
Sent your resume to your favourite NGOs, the UN, even private contractors… and never heard back?
Inequity, poverty, collapsing ecosystems, epidemics, famine, war, and other social injustices continue to grab the headlines. Seemingly insurmountable challenges face humanity.
Working and living conditions in the field vary considerably from deployment to deployment - tents in South Sudan to a sweet apartment in Hanoi.