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Wednesday, May 16 • 17:15 - 18:15
Challenging our own digital security training communication and didactics

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To what extent are trainers and NGOs do digital security training and awareness around the globe actually effective reaching out to people so they can understand the threats and change their habits, protocols and tech use? Have we assessed our methodologies, communication approaches and didactics to see if they are working and how to make them more effective?

This session will challenge different trainers and communicators to share where they have been effective influence others in digital security communications and trainings. This will be a facilitated session in a fishbowl format with international trainers and communicators attending RightsCon. In an open format we will assess what needs to be revised, tested and done to learn more from our past mistakes and strengthen our tactics, activities and approaches. Please step-in and share!

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Pilar Saenz

Project Manager, Karisma Foundation
Physicist by profession but activist by vocation. I'm a free software, open technology and open culture enthusiast. I'm a consultant in education and technology issues. I work in Karisma Foundation as projects manager and as a researcher on issues related to free culture and Internet... Read More →

Wednesday May 16, 2018 17:15 - 18:15

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