CHALLENGE POWER! BUILDING ALLIANCES AGAINST SECRECY, SURVEILLANCE & CENSORSHIPSubscribe To Podcast
Over the years, facts like those revealed by WikiLeaks and Edward Snowden have made clear that we are all vulnerable. Our human rights are at risk.
For journalists, the disclosures impacted what we do and, importantly, how we do it. Remarkably, we also discovered allies we didn’t know we had.
Journalists offer “white hat” hackers a social and political context, and are specialists in the presentation and interpretation of facts for a broader audience. Hackers, experts in exposing and protecting critical evidence-based material, bring formidable skills and access to information in our increasingly data-driven society.
When joined by artists, whistleblowers, legal and security experts, these communities offer each other and the general public the basis for a highly charged and informed debate. The Logan CIJ Symposium seeks to strengthen these alliances and inspire people to challenge power. The upcoming Logan CIJ Symposium highlights the importance of high quality investigative journalism. It stands for the commitment to a world free of authoritarian invasions of privacy that creates fear and threatens free association.
We invite leading international experts: outstanding speakers will share stories about the latest technologies, legal issues, and corporate practices which affect personal and press freedom. Discussing methods and grounds for collaboration all over the world – what our presenters share may surprise you.
If you care about the future of individual freedom and democracy – join us.
Listen live to the Logan Symposium on Voice Republic. Deep insights and challenging discussions happening on one of the most important conferences when it comes to investigative journalism and whistleblowing. Listen live to speakers, like Jacob Applebaum, Sarah Harrison and Seymour Hersh. Of course, all keynotes, discussions and presentations are available in the Voice Republic archive afterwards.
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