What is ORGCon?
ORGCon is the UK's biggest digital rights event. High profile writers, speakers and activists give their insights into the big issues affecting civil liberties and the Internet. It's also a place for ORG members, activists and anyone who is interested in human rights and technology to come together to paticipate in great discussions and sessions.
What can I expect?
ORGCon is where friendships are forged, where we all learn from each other and amazing conversations are had about how we can all make the Internet and the world a better place.
Where can I buy tickets?
You can either register on the ticketing page, or at the bottom of the ORGCon home page. The standard ticket price is £40. There are discounted tickets for ORG members (those who give a regular donation to ORG), and free tickets are available to new members who sign up during the next two months.
Will there be food and refreshments?
There is a cafe serving teas, coffees and food. You can also bring your own snacks and water. There are many other cafes and restaurants near Friends House.
What is the access like?
Full details on accessibility are on the Friends House Website. Information about access to buses, tubes, rail links and taxis is available from www.tfl.gov.uk/gettingaround/transportaccessibility/1167.aspx. The website www.disabledgo.com also provides useful information about accessibility in London, for potential hotels, restaurants and other places to visit whilst you are in London.
How can I buy a ticket for Day 1 and 2?
Choose a Weekend ticket, which you can use for Day 1 and Day 2. Please note, each day is held at a different location!
I only bought a Day 1 ticket, can I still get a ticket for Day 2?
Yes, but the easiest way for us to do this is if you email email@example.com to let us know and we'll sort it out with you.
Is there a safe-space policy?
Open Rights Group is dedicated to creating an environment at ORGCon where people with an interest in digital rights can come together, learn from each other, and contribute their skills, ideas and energy. All attendees agree to abide by the anti-harassment policy. We reserve the right to refuse entry.
Can I photograph/ film the event?
You are welcome to photograph and share the event. We love to see people capturing all the exciting stuff happening at ORGCon. However, if you are photographing people, please ask permission of the person you're photographing beforehand and respect their wishes. If you'd like to share your photographs with us after the event please tag them as ORGCon2017 on Flickr, or let us know about them. We love to see your perspective on the event! If you'd like to film ORGCon, please let us know if advance so that we can make the appropriate arrangements.
How can I get a press pass?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, your news organisation, whether you'll be recording or taking photographs, and your particular areas of interest. If you're interested in interviewing specific guests, or filming the event, please let us know about that as well and we'll see what we can arrange.
Can I help out?
Absolutely. We'd love to have your help, whether you can volunteer with ticketing, filming sessions or tech support. If you can help out on the day, please let us know, by emailing email@example.com and giving your name and where you'd like to help out. You can also register for a free ticket, on the tickets page.
I haven't got my free ticket after joining ORG, can you help?
If you recently became a member of ORG and have lost the details of how to register for a free ticket, or haven't received them. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will look into it for you.
Do you have any further questions about the event? If your question isn't here, and you want to know more, please email email@example.com