Asia’s future depends on the engagement of citizens. Here’s a model for “Development 2.0”.

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The UN’s new approach to technology sustainability – “Development 2.0” – is about leveraging partnerships at the grassroots level to help citizens solve local and regional problems.

“Development can be done anywhere by anybody now,” says Bradley Busetto, Director of the UNDP Global Centre for Technology, Innovation and Sustainable Development in Singapore.

In this new interview, he tells TFI’s Teymoor Nabili about his organisation’s work to connect citizens with entrepreneurs, hackers, designers, developers, and data scientists to accelerate development in the region.

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Teymoor Nabili

Publisher & CEO, Tech For Impact

Bradley Busetto

Director, UNDP Global Centre for Technology, Innovation and Sustainable Development Singapore

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