Each year, RightsCon convenes a community of the world’s leading experts working at the intersection of human rights and technology. With 2,000+ participants from well over 100 countries, the RightsCon community is a powerful force for change at the global level, and in the local contexts in which we all work. In recognition of that strength, we — as part of our partnership with Betterplace — are offering this year’s RightsCon participants an opportunity to make a meaningful impact in the Toronto community where we have gathered.
By completing the form below, you can volunteer to connect with students at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs — a Master’s program designed to immerse students in the latest thinking on global issues, including questions that are at the core of the work being done at RightsCon. Whether you have 15 minutes for a quick “coffee chat” about your experiences working in your field, or a long-term project students can take on in the fight to defend human rights, you will be investing in the growth and development of future advocates, leaders, and changemakers.