[IRPCoalition] Invitation to submit to RightsCon
jochai at accessnow.org
Tue Dec 3 09:26:55 EET 2013
Apologies for the cross-posting.
As you may know, RightsCon Silicon Valley <http://www.rightscon.org/> is
taking place March 3-5 in San Francisco at Mission Bay Conference Center.
This is an opportunity for different communities to come together - global
activists, companies, thinkers, investors, engineers and government
officials - to discuss the tensions and opportunities at the intersection
of human rights and the internet.
RightsCon Silicon Valley <http://www.rightscon.org/> has a particular focus
on technology companies and aims to create a space for multistakeholder and
business-to-business dialogue on human rights best practices and learnings
in the context of the private sector.
The program is open to
and we're looking to you to help shape the agenda. We're encouraging
submissions on the following themes: Measuring and preventing risk in the
ICT sector; Tech solutions for human rights challenges; Innovations in
digital rights; Internet governance reform; and Restoring rights in the age
The deadline for submission is December 20th. If you have questions, check
out the website at rightscon.org, or email Rian Wanstreet at rian (at)
accessnow (dot) org.
For those of you who have participated in RightsCon in the past, we look
forward to seeing you again!
Participants to date include: John Donahoe (President & CEO, eBay); Alaa
Abd El Fattah (one of Egypt's most respected activists and software
engineers (currently detained)); Jim Cowie (CTO, Renesys); Rebecca
MacKinnon (Ranking Digital Rights); Brad Burnham (Union Square Ventures);
Harvey Anderson (Senior Vice President Business and Legal Affairs,
Mozilla); Del Harvey (Senior Director, Twitter); Michael Posner (NYU
Professor of Business and Society); Eileen Donahoe (former U.S. Ambassador
to the U.N. Human Rights Council); Jillian York (Director for
International Freedom of Expression, EFF); and Richard Stallman, and many
Hope to see you there!
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