The exhibition in Place des Nations is a unique interactive experience. It gives visitors the chance to see how digital technologies, from social networks to biometrics and connectivity, are transforming humanitarian crises – from the perspective of the people affected by them. The exhibition highlights the massive impact that these technologies are having in such crises and on those responding to them.

The exhibition is being held in a marquee in the Place des Nations, and is open to the public between 10am and 7pm, from 5 to 12 December 2019.

The exhibition is not recommended for children under 12 years of age.

Curious about the themes explored in the exhibition? Click here to learn more about:

Interested in duplicating the digital dilemmas experience?

Digital dilemmas website

The digital dilemmas experience is an immersive online journey that puts you in the shoes of a person struggling to determine what to do in a crisis situation – and how their use of technology can impact their choices and options. Available now in six languages.

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Catalogue of experiences

The catalogue allows you to choose among four options, based on your objectives, your audience, your financial and human resources as well as the time and space at your disposal. These tools are flexible and can be tailored to your needs.

View and download the cataglogue


These posters allow you to first impact your audiences by asking them to consider how technologies impacts our choices and options in a crisis situation – as well as in everyday life. You can check which of these different series is more adapted to your needs.

Transhumanism Picto


Promotional materials (GIFs)

These different materials can help you promote your initiative and the broader digital dilemmas experience. Check them out – and feel free to come up with your own!

Download the GIFs (in 6 languages!)

Experience trail (view video)