This interactive panel discussion, featuring prominent Iranian entrepreneurs involved in technology, gaming, and media focused on challenges and opportunities for young Iranians exploring these fields and establishing their own startups, organizations, and initiatives.
The Global Dialogue is using Google Moderator, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube to open up the dialogue to participants from inside Iran and from around the world. All questions have been taken from the online platform and can be submitted anonymously.
The Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto is pleased to present a series of interactive conversations that took place in Berlin, Toronto, London, and Silicon Valley -- all live online -- during the first week of March 2014. These discussions brought together experts, thought-leaders, media, and entrepreneurs from the international Iranian community together virtually with youth inside Iran to share a broad range of views on Iran's future.
Each of these events were broadcast live in Farsi and addressed topics that specifically matter to Iranian youth: technological innovation, entrepreneurship, news and media, information and communication, civil society, and more. Each of these dialogue themes were informed by an online survey conducted with over 19,000 Iranians inside Iran. Learn more at theglobaldialogue.ca
These broadcasts were presented from the Elections Monitoring Centre at the Munk School of Global Affairs as part of the Global Dialogue on the Future of Iran. Two broadcasted live, the rest as schedule recordings! Comment, share, and let us know what you think.