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Games for Change Awards Ceremony video and winners

Games for Change Awards Ceremony video and winners

On June 22nd, the 8th Annual Games for Change Festival in New York City came to a close with its 2nd Annual Games for Change Awards ceremony. Amanda Hirsch, on-line … Read more

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Games for Change Festival interviews: Funders, Creators, Leaders

Games for Change Festival interviews: Funders, Creators, Leaders

This year at the Games for Change Festival, we worked with the talented team from The Collaborative to create a series of nine short interviews profiling a selection of funders, creators, … Read more

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#G4C2011 blog round up

The 8th Annual Games for Change Festival is now over! During the Festival, it was impressive how active the #G4C2011 twitter feed was and now that we have time to catch … Read more

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10 Good Minutes with Dan White of Filament Games

This interview is a guest post from Adrian Sanders from Kill Screen. Shortly after his great Games For Change presentation called “Innovations in Business and Funding Models“, Kill Screen sat … Read more

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Public Media and Games

By Marj Kleinman At a time when public and educational media budgets are skimpy, yet under attack by a variety of sources, major governmental agencies have been speaking out in support … Read more

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Kotaku’s Liveblogging of the Gore Keynote

Kotaku’s Stephen Totilo will be liveblogging Al Gore’s keynote for the 8th Annual Games for Change Festival. Find the Liveblogging here.

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Two upcoming Korean “games for change”

Law Land, Korea

It is exciting to hear how successful “Games for Change” in one region can inspire others across different borders, languages, cultures, and themes. We recently spent some time talking to … Read more

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