Sunday 16th November
The 2015 election is an opportunity for politicians to respond to the Snowden leaks, to tackle the issue of mass surveillance and to declare to voters where they stand on online privacy. ORG will be launching an election campaign to call for our Don't Spy on Us coalition's Six Principles to be adopted in the party manifestos, and for MPs to commit to surveillance reform.
You can help us change the story, and make our rights an election issue. The second day of ORGCon will be all about working together as activists to create practical ways to campaign and ensure the web allows us to be creative and free individuals.
Day 2 is only £3 to help us cover the costs of refreshments.
|Main Theatre||Room 1 - Top Floor||Room 2 - Top Floor||Lounge|
|11.00||Welcome from Jim Killock, ORG Executive Director|
|11.20 - 12.00||How to win a long-term campaign: Inspirational talk from No2ID campaign winner Phil Booth||Hack space kick off from Richard King, ORG Project Manager|
|12.00 - 12.50||Getting media coverage for your campaign||How to run a local group||Hack space|
A brief explanation of the US approach to free speech
|2.00 - 2.50||Campaigning with your MP and MEPs: How to be persuasive||Free-trade agreement/TTIP campaign idea generating||Hack space||ORG Law meetup|
|3.00 - 3.50||Don't Spy On Us/surveillance campaign idea generating||European copyright campaign idea generating||Hack space|
|Break 3.50 - 4.10|
|4.10 - 5.00||Unconference: Propose your session||Unconference: Propose your session||Unconference: Propose your session||Key signing|
|5.00 - 5.30||Hack space results sharing & Finish|