Aug 09, 2019

Tech for Good – Tech for Rights by Irish Council for Civil Liberties – 4/9

Take part in this cutting-edge conversation on human rights in the tech sector and become a new kind of human rights activist.

Laura Nolan took a principled stand against the development of killer robots and is now spearheading the movement to have them banned, for good. Paul Mozur has written extensively for the New York Times on China’s increasing use of surveillance against its own population.

 

Ramy Raoof trains human rights activists to safeguard themselves online, using his techie skills to protect those who protect rights. They each want to talk to you about the ways you can help protect human rights in your daily life. What’s the catch? There is none! This event is free with networking and drinks reception afterwards.

 

Details:

Date: Wednesday, September 4th

Time: 17.30 – 20:30

Venue: Dogpatch Labs, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1

Register now at: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/tech-for-good-tech-for-rights-tickets-66348394835?aff=ebdssbdestsearch