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IFHR Events and Projects

Deathscapes: Mapping Race and Violence in Settler Societies London Launch

8th November 2018, 6-9pm

From Right to Remain campaign; Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

This transnational research collaboration maps racialized deaths and violence across the settler states of Australia, the US, and at the borders of the UK/EU. At the London launch of the project’s website, based on digital storytelling techniques, Project partners and invited guests wdiscuss ways to further research and strategies of resistance to racialized state violence. Up for discussion are questions such as; “How can engaged scholarship – through digital story-telling, social media tools, and other sorts of internet-based communications – support local communities and human rights organizations in their work to bring this violence to an end?” The event is free and followed by a reception. More information and where to register at https://www.gold.ac.uk/calendar/?id=11779

Human Rights and the Internet Series, openDemocracy

A partnership between Goldsmiths and openDemocracy and edited by Stream co-lead Marianne Franklin, openDemocracy’s Human Rights and the Internet series has been running for two years. Articles by scholars, digital and human rights activists, artists, technical and legal experts are contributing to the digital commons on today’s topics in order to crtically address the interconnection between human rights and internet technologies.