Following along with the 10th anniversary of RightsCon

➔ Tune In

➔ Join in the conversation

➔ Take action

Starting tomorrow, June 7,  we are welcoming over 8500 participants from 150 countries to engage with our largest program to date in the 10th anniversary edition of RightsCon. Across five days, we will host over 500 sessions that cut across 16 program tracks and 10 intersectional themes from racial justice to disability rights and migration.

Registration ahead of the summit is an important step in our approach to convening safe, productive, and inclusive spaces at RightsCon. If you missed the registration deadline or are not able to participate in the full week of programming, no worries! 

There are many options available for you to view recordings of sessions, engage with members of the RightsCon community on socials, share resources, and tap into the momentum of the summit.

Tune into the Access Now YouTube channel for fresh content

Throughout RightsCon, we will be updating our YouTube channel daily with a selection of fireside chats, musical performances and press briefings. You’ll get to hear from a stellar lineup of speakers including:

You’ll also get to enjoy performances from feminist rapper Rebeca Lane, rock artist and human rights defender Ramy Essam, activist and musician Evan Greer, and more!

Join in the conversation online

The RightsCon community will be buzzing online throughout the week. You can join in and follow the conversation on Twitter using the official #RightsCon hashtag or find community members on our Facebook event and Instagram.

For a little bit of fun you can check out #PetsOfRightsCon to see pictures of some of the furry friends of RightsCon participants. Or let us know where you are tuning in from with #WhereAreYouRightsCon.

Take action!

RightsCon is all about taking action and making things happen. We are here to ask the hard questions, to share knowledge, inspire new and creative ideas, to build a more resilient global community of human rights defenders, and to bring about real change, especially for those most at risk. Keep an eye out for outcomes and opportunities for action coming out of the week of RightsCon, but in the meantime here are a few ways you can engage:

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