Weiba Foundation for social development through technology arises from the need to apply knowledge into practice. Our team has worked for more than a decade through teaching, research and working in the technology field. For a long time our main motivation was to spread knowledge as teachers, raising awareness and working in the various technologies related areas. However, there was a deeper need that was related to our vocation to help others.
Thus, we realized that the solution to many of our national and even international social problems were not based on theoretical answers and that surely professional success was not going to replace our desire to produce a positive impact in our environment. It was at that moment that we discovered that technology is a tool that we could use as a social action. We began to visualize Weiba Foundation as a vehicle for our dreams, having been officially registered in mid-2017.
From the beginning we knew that the best way to work is through diversity. That is why our projects and work team are approached from an interdisciplinary perspective where lawyers, sociologists, political scientists, engineers, journalists, artists, etc., meet to exchange and develop ideas together. We aim to be the bridge that connects different knowledges, and provides society with solutions to its needs through technology. Overall, we all feel privileged and thank God to be part of this organization, in the name of Jesus.
Analía Aspis. Founder and President
Lawyer. MBA in law, crime and security in new technologies (University of Lausanne). PhD candidate (University of Stockholm and University of Buenos Aires-CONICET). Researcher (University of Buenos Aires). Professor, lecturer and national and international author specialized in technology. Advisor and member of international working groups on cybersecurity, privacy, human rights, internet of things, among others. Communicator, Technologist & Social Mentor.
J. León Unger. Executive Director. Coordination and management of projects.
Lawyer. Specialist in Criminal Law, Intellectual Property and Legal Research (UBA). Industrial Property Agent (National Institute of Industrial Property). Professor of Internet Law (University of Buenos Aires). Coordinator of research groups on digital rights. Interested in the philosophy of technology and the political aspects of technology.