Find below the Official Schedule v1.0 (as of March 24, 2016). Slight changes may be made over the coming week — including session descriptions, panelist bios and room locations. Be sure to click on "Attendees" to see who’s coming and set up a personal profile. You can then select the sessions you wish to attend and create your own customized RightsCon schedule. Visit our RightsCon site for more details.
Learn the role human-centered design can play in your work. How do you design and execute your own fieldwork and Needfinding engagements to better understand the populations you seek to support? We will walk participants through the process of applying storytelling and role playing elements of the Internet Freedom Needfinding Framework to achieve their mission and work with communities while respecting cultural diversity, security and privacy. This workshop will be hands-on and involve group learning, and fun! Learn from the experiences of the Tibetan community in exile, Vietnamese digital activists, Ugandan human rights defenders and Tunisian journalists. How can the insights from these communities improve the way we achieve Internet Freedom?