I have often been asked to speak or give presentations about my work at conferences and meetings. It’s a great way to share, test and encounter new ideas and perspectives, and to meet some truly remarkable people. Here’s a selection:

2011 – ‘Let’s Talk Digital’ at The Guardian, London; speaker at Media, Social Media and Democratic Governance conference at Wilton Park, UK; keynote speaker at HIA conference in Berlin,Germany; panelist at Indigo Trust conference on the Power of Information, London (September); panelist at NUNC/Digital Humanities conference at Unesco, Paris (November)

2010 – speaker, Guardian Activate Conference 2010; keynote speaker at State of Social Media Summit, Amsterdam; panelist, Yahoo! Human Rights Conference, Sunnyvale, CA;  panelist, ASIL Annual Meeting, Washington DC

2009 – keynote speaker, ETech, San Jose, CA; speaker, Google Talk at Google Europe, London; panelist, Frontline Club, London – global launch of 10 Tactics For Turning Information Into Action (more);  moderator and panelist, Open Video Conference, New York; curator/moderator, PEN World Voices Festival, New York;  panelist, Harvard Law School

2008 – speaker, Google Talk at Google, Mountain View, CA; panelist, Global Forum for Media Development, Athens, Greece, panelist, Silverdocs Film Festival, Washington DC; curator/moderator, PEN World Voices Festival, New York; panelist, Commonwealth Broadcasting Association, Nassau, Bahamas;  panelist, Sundance Film Festival, Park City, Utah

2007 – speaker, Ford Foundation convening, Washington DC; virtual panelist, GOOD Magazine, New York; panelist, The Power to Change the World Summit, Washington DC;  panelist, Margaret Mead Film Festival, New York; virtual panelist, UN Colloquium on New Media (ACUNS-WWEDU)

2003 – panelist, World Summit on the Information Society (on behalf of WITNESS)

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