digital HKS is a university-wide initiative at Harvard Kennedy School that is transforming how public leaders address social, economic, and political challenges arising from a digital society.
digital HKS is a program at the Harvard Kennedy School committed to educating public leaders by training them to understand digital technologies, activate civic participation, and inform governance.
digital HKS is training current and future public leaders by providing them with the frameworks and information needed to identify both the risks as well as the opportunities of digital technologies. There are three primary areas that digitalHKS is currently concentrating its efforts: digital transformation, human rights, and platform regulation.
The John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University is a graduate and professional school that brings together students, scholars and practitioners who combine thought and action to make the world a better place.
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revised November 1, 2017