Digital Diplomacy Coalition
Bringing together the diplomatic, international affairs and tech communities to share ideas and best practices for leveraging digital for diplomacy.
At A Glance
The Digital Diplomacy Coalition is an independent,volunteer-driven community. Each chapter is led by a small group of volunteers from the local area.LEARN MORE
The Digital Diplomacy Coalition offers a mix of free public events, training sessions, workshops and conferences.
Partners & Sponsors
The Digital Diplomacy Coalition partners with organizations to further our mission of bringing together the diplomatic, international affairs and tech communities.LEARN MORE
The Digital Diplomacy Coalition (DDC) was initially founded in 2012 to connect the unique Washington-based diplomatic community with the technology, policy, and communications communities. Over the last few years, the DDC has expanded physically and virtually, building chapters in Ottawa and New York City, welcoming more than 4,000 diplomats, technologists, academics, and innovators, along with the general public to dozens of events.
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#DiplomacyUnited for International Women’s Day 2019
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SXSW 2019 | Digital Diplomacy, GovTech and Panels To Watch For
It’s that time of year! SXSW 2019 is about to kick off and we wanted to share a few digital diplomacy, govtech and related events and sessions you might want to check out if […]READ MORE >
Engaging a Connected World: Q&A with Nancy Groves, UN Head of Social Media
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