Time to register for Rightscon, the world's leading conference on human rights in the digital age, June 6 - 10. The 11th edition of Rightscon recognizes the importance of whistleblowers in holding power to account.
The Signals Network is working with Whistleblowing International Network to host two sessions.
On Monday, June 6, at 3:45 pm, EST, The Signals Network will sponsor and participate in a session entitled, "Preparedness is Power: How to Achieve Impact When Speaking Out in Tech."
On Tuesday, June 7, at 3:45 pm EST, we will host a private meeting for tech workers who are interested in speaking with past whistleblowers and organizations that assist whistleblowers. This invitation-only meeting will be facilitated by our Executive Director, Delphine Halgand-Mishra, and will include Theranos whistleblower, Tyler Schultz, Kickstarter union organizer, Clarissa Redwine, and a lawyer who works with whistleblowers. Please email our Tap Accountability Project Manager, Ben Grazda, to request a spot.
Additionally, Delphine will be participating in a fireside chat to discuss the international aspect of tech accountability with journalists and tech whistleblowers. This will be one of RightsCon 2022's first events and will set the tone for a conference that is putting whistleblowers front and center as a primary theme. The fireside chat will be from 11:45 to 12:30 Eastern Time on Monday, June 6.
Tickets to Rightscon - both paid and free - are now available (through Friday, June 3). There are more than 500+ sessions over the week. Register today!