THE HUMANITARIAN TECHNOLOGY NETWORK
Reuters AlertNet (1)
Reuters AlertNet (2)
Reuters AlertNet (3)
journalism.co.uk (UK CM)
Crisis Mapping named a Top 20 big idea by Reuters AlertNet
Guidance for Collaborating with Humanitarian_Organizations (Paper)
Guidance for Collaborating with VTC's (Paper)
Tweeting Up a Storm (Paper)
PBS: Mobile technology helps disaster victims (9 mins)
Patrick@National Geographic (18 mins)
Jen Ziemke: Intro to Crisis Mapping (51 mins)
Jaroslav Valuch & Anahi Ayala Iacucci: Feb 2012 (25 mins)
Patrick Meier: Changing the World (53 mins)
Sanjana Hattotuwa: ICCM 2011 Keynote Address (15 mins)
Heather Leson: Crowdsourcing for Change (12 mins)
Jen Ziemke: How the network emerged. (8 mins)
NiJeL: Participatory Maps (1 hour)
Where 2.0: CrisisMapping the Haiti EQ (14 mins)
Penn State University: GeoSpatial Revolution (13 mins)
Sophia B. Liu: Crisis, Curation & Culture (6 mins)
Kurt Jean-Charles: ICCM 2010 Keynote Address, (30 mins)
Patrick Meier: Intro to Crisis Mapping (38 mins)
Jennifer Leaning: Patterns in Crisis Mapping, Inaugural ICCM Keynote Address, (39 mins)
H. Puig: About the SBTF (34 mins)
Many thanks to the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI), for supporting the network, conference series & website, the Department of Political Science @ John Carroll for co-organizing ICCM 2009 Cleveland & ICCM 2010 Boston & the SwissConfederation, ICT4Peace Foundation, & the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre for support for ICCM 2011 Geneva, The World Bank-GFDRR Labs, The World Bank Institute, & George Washington University's School of Media & Public Affairs for hosting ICCM 2012 in Washington, DC, & Spatial Collective, UN-Habitat, USAID & ESRI for support for ICCM 2013 in Nairobi!
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE of CRISIS MAPPERS
November 6 - 9, 2014
ICCM 2014 Primary Conference Sponsor:
Special thanks to Google Crisis Response for their generous support!
ICCM 2014 is co-organized in collaboration with The New School,
and in co-partnership with
The International Conference of Crisis Mappers (ICCM) is the leading humanitarian technology event of the year, bringing together the most important humanitarian, human rights, development and media organizations with the world's best technology companies, software developers and academics. As thus one of the few neutral spaces where such important conversations can take place, the annual ICCM conference brings together a wide range of diverse actors for important conversations that lead to concrete new projects and deliverables across a variety of diverse domains. As a community of practice, the ICCM thus helps facilitate new projects and catalyzes innovation in the area of humanitarian technology.
Why New York? After sold-out conferences in Cleveland (2009), Boston (2010), Geneva (2011), Washington (2012), & Nairobi (2013), the decision to bring ICCM to New York was based on a desire to learn from a local community that clearly has much to teach us all. After witnessing the groundswell of general public support during Hurricane Irene and Hurricane Sandy, it became clear that the community in New York is already actively engaged in leveraging crowdsourcing, humanitarian technology, participatory mapping, and microtasking for support during a crisis.
Thus, the theme for this year's event, Affected Communities in Spotlight, will focus on better engaging and understanding populations as the primary referent during a disaster. In keeping with our mission for this year, the organizers have incorporated the local response community and volunteer partners in New York into the conference agenda, and seek to build out more opportunities in this domain. As such, we have arranged pre-conference site visit opportunities to the New York Office of Emergency Management & an Adapting to Change Walking Tour with Green Map System, among others, and look forward to hearing about engagement from a local and global perspective.
ICCM 2014 Content Curation & Conference Organization Team:
Mathan Ratinam, Nigel Snoad, Maryam Ghofraniha, Melissa Elliott, Sanjana Hattotuwa, Heather Leson, Daniel Stauffacher, Tom Weinandy, Bill Myers (video), & Jen Ziemke together with many other colleagues. Thank you all for your valuable input!
Please contact email@example.com if you are interested in supporting our ICCM Fellows Program, enabling first-rate scholars, students & practitioners from around the world to attend the conference.
The International Network of Crisis Mappers (Crisis Mappers Net) is the largest and most active international community of experts, practitioners, policymakers, technologists, researchers, journalists, scholars, hackers and skilled volunteers engaged at the intersection of humanitarian crises, new technology, crowd-sourcing, and crisis mapping. The Crisis Mappers Network was launched at the first International Conference on Crisis Mapping (ICCM) in 2009. As the world's premier humanitarian technology forum, we engage 7,000+ members in over 160 countries, who are affiliated with over 3,000 different institutions, including more than 400 universities, 50 United Nations agencies & projects, first responders operating in both the civilian and military space, dozens of leading technology companies, several volunteer & technical community networks and global, national, and local humanitarian and disaster response and recovery organizations.
Crisis Mappers leverage mobile & web-based applications, participatory maps & crowdsourced event data, aerial & satellite imagery, geospatial platforms, advanced visualization, live simulation, and computational & statistical models to power effective early warning for rapid response to complex humanitarian emergencies. As information scientists we also attempt to extract meaning from mass volumes of real-time data exhaust.
Crisis Mappers Net is not an organization or institution, and deliberately so. All of us connected here have very different goals, aims, strengths, interests, and backgrounds. As a network, we offer a neutral space for conversation and information sharing. As volunteer administrators, Jen & Patrick work to support the annual conference, host webinars on topics of interest, & manage the website & google group to facilitate collaboration. Thus, it is the important work of the members themselves that makes this group what it is.
Crisis Mappers Net hosts an annual conference event, the ICCM. This event showcases best practices and most recent contributions, innovations, and deployments from the global community.While we connect and collaborate on projects virtually throughout the year, we feel it has never been more important to reconnect face-to-face in order to help build relationships, discuss common challenges, share lessons learned from past deployments and anticipate next steps together. We hope you can make it to New York this fall for ICCM 2014.
We invite you to join our Google Group to participate in the latest discussions, ask questions, share & brainstorm, add yourself to the member map, learn what Crisis Mapping is all about, and view our list of member affiliations to learn about who we are. Pursuing other avenues for involvement? Visit our friends at the Standby Task Force & the Digital Humanitarian Network.
For immediate feedback from our community, please post to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The International Network of Crisis Mappers™ was established in 2009 by Patrick Meier and Jen Ziemke. We host an annual conference series, the International Conference of Crisis Mappers (ICCM)™, encourage collaboration via email@example.com, & offer resources, videos, working groups & webinars to facilitate the development of this new field.