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re:publica 2013: Responding effectively to digital emergencies & human rights violations online

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Published on May 13, 2013

Find out more at: http://13.re-publica.de/node/4176

Challenges to human rights online are rapidly evolving very rapidly, emergency situations pose a particular challenge to the digital rights community. How do you support people in emergency situations swiftly and effectively when struggling to balance institutional capacity of emergency response with digital know how?

Challenges to human rights online are evolving very rapidly, emergency situations pose a particular challenge to the digital rights community. How do you support people in emergency situations swiftly and effectively when struggling to balance institutional capacity of emergency response with digital know how.
The following workshop will discuss some of the challenges of responding to digital emergencies. Panellists will discuss both technical and institutional tools that can help to increase rapid response capacity. Other important aspect that will be considered are funding instruments to ensure that critical emergency responses can be both realised, as well as the challenges in evaluating ...

Ben Wagner | http://eui.academia.edu/BenWagner | http://twitter.com/benwagne_r
http://www.eui.eu

Fieke Jansen | http://www.digitaldefenders.orgNoneNone

Jillian York | http://jilliancyork.com | https://twitter.com/jilliancyork
https://eff.org

Stephanie Hankey | http://twitter.com/infoactivism
http://www.tacticaltech.org

Claudio Guarnieri | http://twitter.com/botherderNoneNone

Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Germany
(CC BY-SA 3.0 DE)

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