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[liberationtech] RightsCon Silicon Valley 2016 - submissions open!

Deji Olukotun deji at accessnow.org
Wed Nov 18 10:55:25 PST 2015


Hi to All,

I wanted to reach out and invite you to submit a proposal to organize a program
session for this year’s RightsCon Silicon Valley 2016 (March 30-April 1,
2016).

As you know, it's an amazing event that brings together hundreds of folks
working in tech, human rights, and freedom of expression. This year’s event
will be better than ever, with three days of programming, exciting
satellite events like the Crypto Summit, and potentially 1000 participants
from across sectors. It’s the best opportunity to showcase your work in
digital rights, connect with other leading experts, and most importantly,
develop outcomes, best-practices, and policies that help defend and extend
the digital rights of users at risk around the world.

You can submit your program session proposal on our website’s submission
form <https://rightscon.org/submission>, and find more information about
our session formats, the RightsCon style and our themes on the submission
guide <https://rightscon.org/submissionguide>. I encourage you to submit a
high quality proposal, as competition is steep, and we are developing a
fantastic and compelling agenda for participants. That being said,
organizers of program sessions will be eligible for discounts for tickets,
so I highly encourage you to submit a proposal.

Please let me know if you have any questions, or would like to connect to
discuss.

Best,
-- 
Deji Olukotun
Senior Global Advocacy Manager
Access Now | accessnow.org

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