Ethics In XR

A post about our last XR4C Talk and Play by XR Fellow Archit Kaushik   XR can be a double-edged sword; with far-ranging applications like healthcare, education, training, etc. XR shows great promise for social impact but also presents a fair share of challenges. As companies continue to experiment with the latent power of XR,… Read more »

2020 G4C Student Challenge Wrap Up!

Games for Change is thrilled to share the results of the 5th annual G4C Student Challenge competition – and to recognize the talented young game designers who emerged as winners of the 2020 game design competition.   Despite new challenges posed by school closures and COVID-19, the 2020 competition was the most successful to date…. Read more »

Announcing the G4C Awards Nominees and Industry Leadership Award! ✨

  Each year the Games for Change Awards highlights the best games and immersive media in the social impact sector. This year, we received the most submissions ever– over 200 games across 6 competitive categories! With the help of more than 70 expert jurors we are excited to announce our 22 finalists, all of which… Read more »

Introducing the ‘Learn to Code’ Fellowship Games! 🎮

  To be prepared for the world they are entering, youth need to know how to use the technology that influences their lives. Not only do they need to be digitally literate, but they also need to have digital agency – the ability to shape technology, rather than be shaped by it. Coding is undeniably… Read more »

Get the Party Started: A #G4CStudent Challenge Game Jam!

The Games for Change Student Challenge was back with a game jam on February 21st, hosted at the New-York Historical Society! This Jam put one theme at the very center of the event: political change. Entitled “Get the Party Started”, Games for Change and theme partner iCivics asked students to form a new political party,… Read more »