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23-24 november 2020

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Internet Freedom Festival, 23 november 2020:

Digital Rights Popup Forum

An estimated billion users are coming online for the first time. Yet little is understood about this market, which faces acute privacy, security and access challenges that threaten their ability to equitably connect.

The Next Billion is a highly sought emerging market - an estimated billion users in historically technologically disadvantaged countries are coming online for the first time. Yet little is understood about this market, which faces acute privacy, security and access challenges that threaten their ability to equitably connect online.

This has negative impacts not just for human rights, but for industry and society at-large, and it prevents us from benefiting from the innovative and creative ideas coming from this market. Join us for the day and learn:

- How you can improve diversity and inclusion in your team, to maximize the creativity, innovation and impact coming out of your organization.

- How you can support Internet freedom and the digital rights of communities in the global south, so they can have access to the Internet free of censorship and surveillance.

- From the expansive mesh network in Cuba, to the communications systems in rural Myanmar, find out how you can support and benefit from innovation coming from the Next Billion.

- What changes to Internet infrastructure are needed to ensure the Next Billion has access to an Internet that fosters freedom of expression and supports democratic values.

- How to get involved! Volunteer opportunities in the Internet Freedom and Freedom of Expression communities.

 Språk engelska

Keynote-sessions

  • Kate Darling

    Kate Darling   Robotforskare

    Dr. Darling har vigt sitt akademiska liv åt den nya teknikens lagliga och etiska konsekvenser, och hur samhället kan förbereda sig på det fördjupade samspelet mellan robotar och människor. Läs mer

  • Sandra Ordonez

    Director for The Internet Freedom Festival, housed at ARTICLE 19
    Sandra Ordonez has over 20+ years of experience working at the intersection of technology, community engagement, and human rights. She was one of the first Latinas to occupy leadership positions in the open source community, notably having served as the first Director of Communications for the Wikimedia Foundation. She is a graduate of American University with a double degree in International Relations and Public Relations.
  • Trinh Nguyen

    Head of Operations for the Internet Freedom Festival, housed at ARTICLE 19
    Trinh Nguyen is a holistic security and movement building trainer. Trinh has over 15 years of training experience, previously working on campaigns for reproductive justice, anti-oppression, Internet Freedom, and pro-democracy efforts in Vietnam. As a movement building trainer, she incorporates capacity building and cybersecurity tactics to help diverse grassroots pro-democracy and human rights movements achieve digital resiliency and organizational security.
  • Sandra Ordonez

    Director for The Internet Freedom Festival, housed at ARTICLE 19
    Sandra Ordonez has over 20+ years of experience working at the intersection of technology, community engagement, and human rights. She was one of the first Latinas to occupy leadership positions in the open source community, notably having served as the first Director of Communications for the Wikimedia Foundation. She is a graduate of American University with a double degree in International Relations and Public Relations.
  • Trinh Nguyen

    Head of Operations for the Internet Freedom Festival, housed at ARTICLE 19
    Trinh Nguyen is a holistic security and movement building trainer. Trinh has over 15 years of training experience, previously working on campaigns for reproductive justice, anti-oppression, Internet Freedom, and pro-democracy efforts in Vietnam. As a movement building trainer, she incorporates capacity building and cybersecurity tactics to help diverse grassroots pro-democracy and human rights movements achieve digital resiliency and organizational security.

 Språk engelska

Keynote-sessions

  • Tom Chatfield

    Tom Chatfield   Techfilosof

    Chatfield är en av Storbritanniens mest insiktsfulla tänkare kring digitalisering, ny media, dataspel och framtidens kompetensområden. Läs mer

  • Mehwish Ansari

    Head of Digital at ARTICLE 19
    Since joining ARTICLE 19 in 2016, Mehwish’s work as a digital program officer included leading its engagement at the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), a UN specialized agency. Previously, Mehwish worked at the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) as part of the Speech, Privacy & Technology Project and the Human Rights Program. She holds an MSc in Global Governance and Diplomacy from the University of Oxford and a BA from Barnard College, Columbia University.
  • Nighat Dad

    Digital Rights Foundation, founder.
    Nighat Dad is a Pakistani lawyer, internet activist and founder of Digital Rights Foundation, which houses Pakistan's first cyber-harassment helpline and educates women on how to protect themselves from online harassment. As of 2020, she sits on Facebook's independent oversight board that can overrule the company’s own content moderation decisions. Dad is a digital rights pioneer, campaigning around access to open internet in Pakistan and globally. Her work has earned her numerous awards.
  • Xeenarh

    Executive Director of The Initiative for Equal Rights (TIERs)
    Xeenarh is Executive Director of The Initiative for Equal Rights (TIERs), one of the largest LGBTQ focused organizations in the African region. Xeenar is a lawyer, activist, community organizer and holistic security trainer with over a decade of experience working on human rights issues across sectors within and outside Nigeria. She has consulted for various organizations across the globe providing her expertise in digital rights and sexual rights.
  • Phyu Kyaw

    Internet freedom researcher and a Fellow for the Open Technology Fund (OTF)
    Phyu Kyaw is an internet freedom researcher. She is a Fellow for the Open Technology Fund (OTF), exploring and investigating the surveillance and censorship strategies used by authorities in Myanmar. She wants the internet to be accessible across the country and the technology to be human rights centered.
  • Soledad Magnone

    Professor on digital policy at the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences
    Soledad Magnone is an Uruguayan sociologist focused on the intersections of education, digital technologies and human rights with a special interest in children and vulnerable communities. She has collaborated in the last 10 years in diverse projects with governmental, international and civil society organisations aiming to bridge digital divides and promoting critical digital citizenship in South America and Europe.
  • Sarah Aoun

    Chief technologist at the Open Technology Fund
    As a human rights technologist, she works with activists, journalists, and high-risk communities on security and privacy. She has given numerous trainings on operational and digital security, and has worked with several groups and NGOs to set up organizational security practices. Sarah currently sits on the board of the Internet Freedom Festival. She was also a Ford-Mozilla open web fellow, an Internet freedom fellow, and an advisor to GJS Security and to the Human Rights Foundation.

 Språk engelska

Keynote-sessions

  • Steve Wozniak

    Steve Wozniak   Teknikpionjär

    "Woz" var med och grundade världens största teknikbolag Apple, och är en av de viktigaste utvecklarna av de första hemdatorerna. Läs mer