Wednesday, November 13

9:30 am – 10:45 am

A Digital Policy Roadmap for Civil Society

Location: Salon A-5 (Lower Level)

Data and Tech

Civil society increasingly depends on digital data and infrastructure. This reality creates new “fences” for civil society action by everything from regulations on data privacy and ownership to corporate concentration across media. Despite efforts to improve digital security and data governance, civil society infrastructure groups have not adequately addressed the policy needs of nonprofits in a digital age. You will explore how digital public policy shapes civil society and how to build practical connections between civil society and digital policy experts.

Presented by Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society

More about this workshop:

Supporting Movements, Protecting Communities in the Digital Age


Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society
Technology and Civil Liberties Director
ACLU of California