#EmpleandoDigital: transformando el acompañamiento al empleo en la era digital

El proyecto #EmpleandoDigital ha sido el impulso hacia la digitalización de los proyectos de Empleo de Cruz Roja Española: en nuestro objetivo de optimizar las competencias digitales de las personas en situación de vulnerabilidad laboral, hemos dado un paso al frente apostando por la transformación digital de nuestros profesionales para mejorar su intervención, por la incorporación de la alta tecnología a los itinerarios de inserción y por la oferta especializada tanto en competencias digitales como tecnológicas para nuestros y nuestras participantes, personas desempleadas y alejadas del mercado de trabajo, para acompañarlas hacia empleos estables y de calidad.

Para: Cualquier persona relacionada con la intervención social, inclusión sociolaboral, formación y empleo.

Favor de registrarse con anticipo para reservar su puesto y participar en la sesión: http://bit.ly/EdigitalDWeek

Connecting the Red Cross Red Crescent to volunteers and people affected using cloud communications

How can we connect a global audience for response?

Twilio is a partner for many national societies on their digital journey. Twilio.org is the social impact arm of Twilio.
Moved by our customers, we’ve seen how nonprofits and social enterprises use communications to tackle some of the world’s biggest problems. From the American Red Cross to the Norwegian Refugee Council, Twilio.org empowers more than 6,000 organizations to respond to crises, provide life-changing resources, and inspire action with Twilio technology, helping 266 million people a year. 

Join this opening Data and Digital Week session to learn hear from Michal Filip Kowalik, Director, EMEA & Global Emerging Markets Twilio.org. He will share insights on the future of digital and give some specific examples on how we connect. Colleagues from 510 will share their examples of using Twilio for humanitarian services.

Register in advance to make sure you book don’t miss this session: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcpc-Ctrz4oGNDjz87MH5l9HDUPpgtx9OKw

Nuevas estrategias para acompañar a las personas desempleadas en un contexto de transformación digital. Servicio Multicanal de Orientación Online para el Empleo CRE-e

Si quieres conocer nuevas estrategias para acompañar a las personas desempleadas en su camino hacia el empleo en un contexto de transformación digital, te invitamos a conocer el nuevo Servicio Multicanal de Orientación Online para el Empleo CRE-e. Nuevos tiempos necesitan nuevas respuestas. ¿Aceptas el reto?

https://www.youtube.com/c/MulticanaldeOrientaciónparaelEmpleoCreE https://www.facebook.com/MulticanalCREe
https://www.instagram.com/multicanalcree/ https://twitter.com/MulticanalCREe
https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-directos-hacia-empleo_sq_f11055734_1.html https://open.spotify.com/show/61pIYy8CrK9S2ILwOzwVTI?si=VcSCKDjNRE2R12yNoIjWiQ

Para: Personas que quieran generar oportunidades que cambien vidas. Cualquier persona relaciona con la intervención social, inclusión sociolaboral, formación y empleo.

Registrate con anticipo para reservar tu puesto y acceder a la sesión: https://eur03.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fus02web.zoom.us%2Fwebinar%2Fregister%2FWN_nhDphP0sQI-Jd4tK9IEftw&data=04%7C01%7Cavothi%40rodekruis.nl%7C6a504253e4f84dda338b08d8ff14da9d%7Cd3ab97906ae24bd8aa5e02864483e7c7%7C0%7C0%7C637539812329886253%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C1000&sdata=RfeJnPZSI1hKUXAureguZvCPTF4DuWrHbTwntR1VIgo%3D&reserved=0

Americas Region Showcase by IFRC

The Americas Region Information Management (IM) Team will be presenting on some starred projects in the region related to Data Management and Visualization.


Somos Go +, es un entorno virtual de orientación para el empleo donde los y las jóvenes ponen a prueba y mejoraran sus capacidades y habilidades para la búsqueda de empleo. Para ello, se les dota de herramientas para la búsqueda activa, y se les conduce a través de un itinerario de actividades en forma de retos que deberán ir superando.
Los componentes del entorno virtual GO son:
1. Gamificación on line: utilización de técnicas, elementos y dinámicas del juego en las actividades de su itinerario de orientación.
2.Desarrollo de competencias digitales indispensables tanto en la búsqueda como en el desarrollo de una profesión.
3.El proceso de aprendizaje se realiza a través de dispositivos móviles (Mobile Learning) https://somosgoplus.com/ (Sólo visible desde Móvil)

Para: Personas que trabajan con jóvenes acompañando en la búsqueda de empleo

Favor de registrarse con anticipo para sumarse a la sesión: http://bit.ly/SomosGoDWeek

Gender Data

This session explores how Facebook can help humanitarians and nonprofits use gender-disaggregated data to drive tailored and equitable response efforts.

Join this session to hear about two free resources developed by Facebook and its partners— training programs and privacy-preserved datasets — which RCRC members can use to amplify their use of gender data.

The discussion will leave the audience with specific tools they can use, as well as a window into how a tech company like Facebook can serve gender equality across the Sustainable Development Goals while respecting principles of privacy and gender inclusion.


Building Collective Intelligence Solutions

Learn to work with the building blocks of collective intelligence design for humanitarian action.
Join Lusiné Mehrabyan and Aleks Berditchevskaia from Nesta’s Centre for Collective Intelligence to try your hand at designing a collective crisis intelligence approach.

In this session, participants will work in small groups to design their own collective intelligence solution using tools from the Collective Intelligence Playbook. These will include data mapping, ideation with the building blocks of collective intelligence (data, people and technology), and working through the collective intelligence design canvas. [90 minutes, limited to 30 participants]

The workshop will be held on Zoom with group collaboration on Miro.

Register in advance to secure your spot and access this session: https://nesta.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUvde-grz4jH9xJ7wfGCvT6CPG7xswMfnEJ

Can we talk about humanitarian accountability in Tech? (2)

The humanitarian field is making strides to bring greater accountability to humanitarian principles in tech. Largely, with a focus on “ethics”– we have gained traction with tech creators in addressing hard issues around vulnerability of information and privacy of data. Yet, this still doesn’t reach the level of evaluation and criteria that we expect of our core work as we deliver services to vulnerable populations.

How might we raise tech to the next level of humanitarian accountability in design and development?
Do you have examples where you held tech accountable to the mission or where you were doing so just seemed impossible?

Bring them to this workshop where we clarify engineering requirements vs mission requirements, ethics vs humanitarian accountability, and ways we can move design to be more accountable to humanitarian principles.

For: Those who have participated or are participating in tech building for the red cross with tech creation partners. Come ready to share your experiences and lessons about what worked and didn’t work, and why! Whether it was an app or corporate information system—we are seeking to raise the bar for bringing accountability for the humanitarian mission into our tech design and decision-making.


A Guide to Using Robots for Pandemics: Lessons Learned from 336 Documented Uses in 48 Countries to Cope with COVID-19

This talk will summarize the results from a one-year study by Texas A&M sponsored by the National Science Foundation documenting and analyzing how ground, aerial, and even marine robots have been used for clinical care, public safety/public health actions, and non-hospital care. The study shows that robots were effective at protecting healthcare workers and staff from unnecessary exposure, disinfected facilities, allowed workers to scale up to the surge in workload at hospitals and quarantine facilities, sped up delivery of samples and reagents, and enabled families to visit loved ones. The majority of robots were commercially available prior to the pandemic, reducing risk of unreliable robots. There were some cultural differences between different countries that appear to have influenced the use of robots for particular applications. The talk will offer practical suggestions for deploying and working with, or through, robots.

Designed for people looking at Robotics to serve our community in new and exciting ways from a Planning, Public Health and Vulnerable/Isolated Community perspectives.

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