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December 1-2 in San Francisco: Securing Our Rights in Information Sharing Era

October 28, 2011

Listen to Sarahi Uribe as she invites you to the “Securing Our Rights“, convening on national security, surveillance, and immigration enforcement

December 1 – 2, 2011 in San Francisco, California

Register now to take advantage of low registration fees and hotel discounts. The deadline for early registration rates and hotel reservations is Oct. 31, 2011. Travel Scholarships are also available on a rolling basis.

Plenary Sessions and Workshop

  • Privacy in Perspective: Implications of Government Surveillance on Human Rights and Civil Liberties
  • Beyond Shaking Hands: Building Genuine Alliances and Partnerships
  • Building Local and State Campaigns Around Information-Sharing
  • Getting Our Message Out…and Right: A Communications Skills Building Workshop
  • Technology: Biometrics, Databases, and DNA Collection
  • Secure Communities and Next Generation Identification (NGI)
  • Fences, Drones and Guns: Challenges and Opportunities of Redefining the Border Security Framework

See Full Agenda | See Travel Details

More on Why You Should Join Us

Listen to Thomas Cincotta on the growing use of surveillance on everyday people by the government.

Presented By Co-hosts:

  • Asian Law Caucus
  • Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles
  • Electronic Frontier Foundation
  • Muslim Advocates
  • Rights Working Group

Planning Committee: Advancement Project, American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU – San Diego, Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services, Asian American Justice Center, Asian Law Caucus, Bill of Rights Defense Committee, Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles, Council on American-Islamic Relations – San Francisco Bay Area, Detention Watch Network, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Electronic Privacy Information Center, Muslim Advocates, National Day Laborers Organizing Network, National Network for Arab American Communities and South Asian Network.

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