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[liberationtech] Invite to Iran Cyber Dialogue 2015

Sophie ASL19 sophie at asl19.org
Fri Jan 16 09:19:24 PST 2015


Hello Libtech,

Writing to invite you to *Iran Cyber Dialogue (ICD)
<http://irancyberdialogue.org/>* an annual conference on ICT development,
internet policy, and diplomacy organized by us, ASL19 <http://asl19.org/>.

The theme this year is: *Iran, Internet, Opportunities and Challenges *and
the Dialogue will be held in *Valencia, Spain on March 5-6*, as part
of Circumvention
Tech Festival
<https://openitp.org/festival/circumvention-tech-festival.html>.

Registration can be found here
<https://docs.google.com/a/asl19.org/forms/d/1rDUt1JSBbMBpxurzXEbXHGaycmUjIJk7_WdKjiex6dQ/viewform>.
Please also feel free to contact me, Sophie at sophie at asl19.org, if you
have any questions.

The Iran Cyber Dialogue has been effective in galvanizing a global
community working towards improved access to information and freedom of
expression in Iran.

We would be happy to have Libtech folks join us in Valencia.

Many thanks,

Sophie Lowe
ASL19

IRAN CYBER DIALOGUE

IRAN, INTERNET, OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

March 5-6, 2015, Valencia, Spain
AGENDA

DAY 1: Thursday, March 5, 2015 (Public)


   -

   Panel: Iran and the West: International security, internet policy and
   diplomacy.
   -

   Panel: Technology as Catalyst: Will the evolving tech ecosystem support
   better online access to information?
   -

   Panel: Building Effective Responses to Opportunities and Challenges: Given
   the opportunities and challenges in Iran’s tech ecosystem, how can we
   formulate effective responses?
   -

   Live Product Launches and Product Demos
   -

   Private Agenda Hacking for Day 2’s Hands-on Sessions facilitated


DAY 2: Friday, March 6, 2015 (Pre-Registered Only)

A full-day of workshops and panels, attended only by pre-registered
guests. Approximately
10-11 hands-on outcome-driven sessions. By attending, all participants
agree to abide by the Chatham House Rule
<http://www.chathamhouse.org/about/chatham-house-rule>. Here’s a tentative
list of sessions, with more to come!


   -

   Circumvention and Censorship Issues / Tools
   -

   Best practices from Other Regions
   -

   Privacy and Surveillance Issues / Tools
   -

   Monitoring Information Controls Online
   -

   Mobile Penetration: Opportunities and Risks
   -

   ICT for Economic Development, Startups, Entrepreneurship
   -

   Diplomacy, Sanctions and Its Impact on Technology
   -

   Funding for Digital Rights
   -

   Security for Journalists and Activists

-- 

Sophie Lowe
sophie at asl19.org

Development & Communications Manager
ASL19

PGP: 8F46 CAD8 CE3E ABA9 6F95 BB7C FA26 FE32 51DA BC06
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