The programme has been released for the Charity Technology Conference 2018, which will include sessions on topics such as digital storytelling, ethics, diversity and how to get funding.
Taking place on 7 November 2018 at 200 Aldersgate in London, the thirteenth annual Charity Technology Conference, organised by Civil Society Media, includes a plenary session from the RSPB on transforming conservation through drone technology.
Designed for charity IT and digital leaders, the conference offers four streams of varied content, a vibrant exhibition and cutting-edge product demonstrations
The conference also includes a panel event on balancing ethics and progress, which will be chaired by Chris Sherwood, newly appointed chief executive of the RSPCA, and features representatives from Charities Aid Foundation, NHS England, Centre for Technology Awareness, and University of Sheffield.
The closing keynote will be from Alice More O’Ferrall, digital engagement manager at WWF International, who will lead a session on mobilising one billion people to take action for our planet.
The conference is now open for bookings, and the early bird offer closes on 28 September.