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[liberationtech] Crowdsourcing Human Rights: Lunch and Discussion | Weds., Nov 4 at 12 p.m | RSVP

Kevin Hsu khsu at stanford.edu
Tue Nov 3 23:49:53 PST 2015


This may be of interest to folks.
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From: Patricia Flores <pcflores at stanford.edu>
Date: Mon, Nov 2, 2015 at 4:45 PM
Subject: SIG: Crowdsourcing Human Rights: Lunch and Discussion | Weds., Nov
4 at 12 p.m |
Crowdsourcing Human Rights: Lunch and Discussion with David Keyes.
Wednesday, November 4, 12 p.m. at the Haas Center DK Room
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Crowdsourcing
Human Rights: Lunch and Discussion with David Keyes Join SIG for an casual
discussion with David Keyes, founder of NGO Movements. Movements
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 is an online platform whose mission is to "crowdsource human rights."
Anyone interested in learning how we can innovate in international affairs
or change politics in countries around the world should definitely come out
to this lunch. Bring any and all questions!  Wednesday, November 4
12:00 p.m.
Haas Center DK Room
*Lunch will be provided* Click to RSVP
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Middle Eastern Studies and completed a Masters in Diplomacy at Tel Aviv
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