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Join Hopelab in Austin at SXSW 2018

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Join us on March 9 at 3:30 in the Austin Convention Center as our own Fred Dillon, Senior Director of Strategy and Design joins Rebecca Hope, Founder of YLabs and Bhupendra Sheoran, Executive Director of YTH for a discussion on the way technology is changing the way young people make decisions about their sexual health. This is going to be a dynamic discussion, as we’re approaching some provocative questions with three different areas of expertise.

We’ll look at the way young people’s lives are changing, in America and internationally — how online dating sites and mobile dating apps usage is increasing, explore trends on marriage vs cohabitation data, and will examine statistics about first sexual encounters for teenagers. We’re also going to talk a lot about how technology can have a potentially negative effect on sexual relationships, dynamics, and decision making. On the flip side, we’ll take a look at some interventions and mobile apps that do the opposite.

Thanks for your support in helping to get us to SXSW this year. Join us for this lively discussion:

Sex, Tech & Money: From California to Kigali

Austin Convention Center Room 8ABC

March 9, 2018, 3:30 – 4:30 PM

If you’re not able to be there in person, follow along on twitter @hopelab #sextech$youth

 

 

In addition to this event, Hopelab Alumna, Ashley Pandya will be part of:

By Design at Ignite SXSW

March 13, 12:30 PM

Austin Convention Center, Room 10AB

 

 

Our partner organizations First Look Media  and Humanity United  are hosting the following events at SXSW:

Can Small-Donor Progressives Win Local Elections?

March 10, 11:00 AM

Hilton Austin Downtown Salon G

 

Texas Blood (Reading)

March 10, 9:30 AM

Austin Convention Center Room 9C

 

Breaking Thru a Tweet Driven News Cycle & Culture

March 11, 12:30 PM

JW Marriott Salon FG

 

The Loyalty Card: Measuring Impact in Journalism

March 12, 9:30 AM

JW Marriott Salon FG

 

A Better World: Next-Gen Tech for Social Good

March 12, 9:30 AM

Courtyard Marriott, Rio Grande Ballroom

 


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