Transferring Knowledge and Adequate Technologies: The Way to Combat Poverty and Make the World Safer
The Infopoverty World Conference, organized by the Observatory for Cultural and Audiovisual Communication in the Mediterranean and in the World (OCCAM), with the patronage of the European Parliament Information Office in Milan, seeks to find the best solutions for translating the vision of a truly global information society into reality, and to launch the concrete message that it is absolutely possible and it is a duty to eradicate poverty and make the world safer. The Conference represents, for its continuity, operational capability and strong interoperability with the UN system, a unique global forum gathering leading experts, academics, opinion leaders, managers, government officials, philanthropists.
Global Mental Health Program Scientific Co-Director Milton Wainberg will participate in the panel discussion: “Health for All: The Role of Telemedicine in Transferring Skills to Villages.”
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