RxT: Innovating for Solidarity (the intersections of technology and power)

Rights x Tech is a forum and community that explicitly explores the intersections of technology and power.

TICKETS

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DETAILS

Rights x Tech is a space is for leaders in technology, movement and philanthropy who understand the importance of hearing from practitioners and leaders who understand how tech is touching all of our lives. We host monthly forums that are focused on sourcing innovation from the innovators already among us.

Our upcoming forum in July will be focused on solidarity through technology and innovation. Please register to save the date and be notified as more information is added soon!

Speakers

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Host:

Sabrina Hersi Issa, Rights x Tech organizer

Twitter: @BeingBrina

Sabrina Hersi Issa is a human rights technologist committed to leveraging innovation as a tool to unlock opportunity and dignity for all. She does this through her work in technology, media and investments.

Sabrina is a Race and Technology Fellow at Stanford University’s Digital Civil Society Lab. As Chief Executive Officer, Sabrina leads Be Bold Media a global strategy and innovation agency that works with companies and organizations on strategic transformation initiatives, scaling teams, global growth, policy innovation and movement-building.

She organizes The People’s Iftar, a campaign to gather community and raise funds for grassroots organizations serving Muslim communities. She created the Bold Prize.

Rights x Tech is a forum for technologists, policy experts, and movement leaders to discuss emerging issues around human rights, technology, and power. We seek to explicitly explore intersections and to connect communities focused on incorporating principles of human rights into technology facilitating daily civic life.

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Date

Oct 06 2021
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Time

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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