Tech for Peace

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Tech for Peace is a program to establish a peace network among youth and Govt / Non-Govt. actors to combat new age challenges that encourages youth to do violent activities.The project was operated by Preneur Lab with the support of Democracy International. The main goal of the project is to educate young people on CVE and leverage ICT to empower key stakeholders to prevent and counter violent extremism. We envision to empower the bright youth talents to create much needed digital solution which will enhance peace-building enabling the relevant groups of organization/stakeholders to take part in it.

We have completed 5 bootcamps and 5 hackdays in top 5 universities in Bangladesh. The universities are: Brac University, North South University, Dhaka University, BUET and United International University. From these universities, we have selected 3 best digital tools to counter violent extremism.

Tech for Peace Incubation

The top apps from Tech for Peace Universities were taken through an incubation program of 3 months. The description of the 3 apps are as follows:

Mesut app: The students form Brac University developed this app to make a society free from violence. This app will work on the people who suffer from mental illness. It will take tests on their mental health and will measure the stage of their mind. It will provide motivational videos and speech.  People can also share their feelings and can post their completed tasks by which other people can get inspiration.

No crime: No crime is developed by the students of North South University. It is a mobile app for citizens safety and investigation purpose. The app is designed in such a way that law enforcement agencies can be made alert by a citizen by sharing any crime report or crime scene instantly using the mobile app.

Valo Thakun: The app “Valo Thakun”  is a great platform to train and inspire people to do good tasks everyday and lead them to a positive mindset connecting different university students in a Hub. This app is developed by the students of United International University.

 Apps Download: http://peace.digital/apps