Digital Diplomacy Coalition
We bring together the international affairs and tech communities to find ways to better leverage digital technologies for diplomacy and social good.
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The Digital Diplomacy Coalition is an independent,volunteer-driven global community.LEARN MORE
The Digital Diplomacy Coalition offers a mix of free public events, training sessions, workshops and conferences.
The Digital Diplomacy Coalition (DDC) was founded in 2012 to connect the Washington-based diplomatic community with the technology, policy, and communications communities. Over the last few years, the DDC has expanded physically and virtually, welcoming more than 4,000 diplomats, technologists, academics, communicators, and innovators, along with the general public to dozens of events across Washington, New York City, Ottawa and The Hague.
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DDC’s Moira Whelan op-ed on democracy, technology, and COVID-19
Digital Diplomacy Coalition Board Member Moira Whelan published an opinion piece on the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab Medium looking at the affects COVID-19 has taken andREAD MORE >
#DiplomacyUnited for International Women’s Day 2020
For International Women’s Day 2020, a group of digital diplomats came together to share a single message through a joint Twitter thread. Building on past campaigns to mark International HumanREAD MORE >
Takeaways: Digital Strategies for Crisis Communications
Last week, the Digital Diplomacy Coalition, in partnership with Digital Collective and Hill+Knowlton Strategies, came together for a discussion on crisis communications and planning for theREAD MORE >