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Monday, July 31 • 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Panel: How G4C’s Migration Challenge led Developers to Think about a Global Problem

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What happens when we ask designers to respond to migration? Join us for a multifaced look into G4C's recent Migration Design Challenge. Roundtable panel discussion will feature judge, finalists and winning team who will share their experiences participating in the event and their development activities.

Moderators
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Emily Treat

VP Production Services, Games for Change
Working as a VP of Production Services, Emily is extending her expertise to oversee social impact game projects at the Games for Change Lab. Drawing from her designer-producer background, she works closely with impact partners, designers, developers, and other team members to pro... Read More →

Speakers
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Jeanne Batalova

Senior Policy Analyst, Migration Policy Institute
Jeanne Batalova is a Senior Policy Analyst at the Migration Policy Institute. Her research focuses on the impacts of immigrants on society and labor markets; social and economic mobility of immigrant-origin youth and young adults; and the policies and practices regulating immigration and integration of immigrant professionals and foreign students in the United States and other countries. | | She earned her PhD in Sociology and MA degree in Demographic and Social Analysis from University of California... Read More →
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Debra Everett-Lane

ELF Productions
Debra Everett-Lane bridges the worlds of design and education as Director of Content & Activity Design at ESI Design. She has extensive experience creating games, exhibits, activities, and programs, and is also the lead designer of Come Out & Play Family Day, an offshoot of the l... Read More →
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Konstantin Kaiser

Game Designer, planpolitik
I have a masters in political sciences, love video games and pen and paper role playing. | | I started to develop face to face political simulation games 8 years ago. Then my bosses gave me the oppportunity to bring this method to the online world by hiring coders and web desi... Read More →


Monday July 31, 2017 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Room 105

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