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March 8th, 2022, 4 PM CET

International Women's Day
Break the Bias in Tech

This March 8th, 1600 Cyber, and 1600 Avenue’s NPCC are taking International Women’s Day to their own stage bringing together tech advocates, DEI changemakers, and key community influencers to share their stories and hopes for 2022 and women in tech and business.

We are putting some brilliant heads together to take a look at real ways to start to “break the bias in tech”. Join us in business, digital privacy and cyber conversations and get an inside look at what women’s power, equity, diversity in tech/ status quo looks like today. Hear us, as we put our voices together and call out to all allies and catalysts to further empower women to shape the tech industry, and keep impacting the intuitive design of the tech we all use!

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August 30th, 2021, 12 PM PST

Hip Hop Tech Leader's Programme

Following up on our previous discussion about Privacy and Digital Justice on Data Privacy Day (28.01.2021), we will run an official screening of “The Social Dilemma”. This documentary reflects the urgency and magnitude of some of the privacy violations we are all suffering.

With this event, we continue our peaceful, virtual march on Big Tech. We continue to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s greatness by bringing people together, and keep learning about the importance of Privacy to protect human dignity.

You can’t have social justice without digital justice.

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January 28th, 2021, 12 PM PST

The Black Social Dilemma - "The Social Dilemma" Pre-screening discussion

This January 28, 2021 (Data Privacy Day), in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we are holding a peaceful, virtual march on Big Tech.

We will honor his greatness by bringing people together, and learn about the importance of Privacy to protect human dignity.

 

This discussion will set up the context for our follow up event, on Saturday 30.01.2021 at 12pm PST, an official screening of "The Social Dilemma" documentary (make sure you register for both events).

 

You can’t have social justice without digital justice.

Find out more about "The Black Social Dilemma" in our latest blog.

Sign up today; join this peaceful march and continue your Digital Rights discovery journey.