Human Rights Meets Virtual Gaming

Human Rights Meets Virtual Gaming
technology

Contributed by Fred W, Kathmandu: There seems to be an interesting intersection of new technology, youth market and human rights developing. A team of students at USC, have designed a...

Guy Brighton
  • 2 march 2006

Contributed by Fred W, Kathmandu:

There seems to be an interesting intersection of new technology, youth market and human rights developing. A team of students at USC, have designed a prototype game for a contest run by MTV. It’s actually a collaboration between mtvU, Reebok and the International Crisis Group – who are offering $50,000 to the winning design for a game to raise youth consciousness about the crisis in Darfur.

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