The Korea Foundation grant will fund several programs examining Korea's sports diplomacy and more.
A look at how new tools such as satellite remote sensing, virtual reality, bots and apps impact the practice of public diplomacy.
A new method of digital storytelling uses virtual reality to bring attention to the struggles of asylum seekers waiting for an answer.
Visit the world's most famous museums from your phone.
ScotlandVR is a ground-breaking virtual travel experience that allows people, wherever they are in the world, to be immersed in Scotland’s remarkable attractions. [...] The Scotland VR app is a result of the collaborative effort and pioneering spirit of Scottish academic, technology and tourism sectors.
Over the last two years, journalistic stories and charitable causes have been translated into VR films to raise awareness. In particular, the United Nations Virtual Reality initiative has been using the medium as an advocacy tool for vulnerable communities across the world. And now with the recent launch of a mobile app that introduces a "take action" button for the viewers to engage with the social issues...
Last week's United Nations General Assembly made headlines for a new plan to double the number of refugees allowed into its member nations and to expand aid. But while politicians were making bold speeches about a proposal that may or may not be enforced, the first ever United Nations Creative Director was quietly introducing delegates to the new media technology that is changing how the 71-year-old institution makes decisions.
The international medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) will launch Forced From Home, an interactive, traveling exhibition on the global refugee and migration crisis, this week in New York City. Forced From Home is designed to deepen the public’s understanding of the desperate plight faced by more than 65 million displaced people worldwide.