Verification in the Age of Google Earth: Virtual Cafe 4

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2:00 pm to 3:30 pm
Virtual Event

About this event

Sign up here for our fourth Virtual Café on open-source verification!

Our Virtual Cafés are open to anyone interested in human security and open-source investigations, including practitioners, researchers, journalists, policy-makers, and students. Come along to build connections and discuss the issues and topics that matter to the open-source verification community!

This Café is co-organised with the Corruption Tracker Project, and is focused on tracking corruption. It will include short talks from Shadow World Investigations’ Andrew Feinstein and Paul Holden, who will speak about corruption in the Arms Trade and provide examples of corruption monitoring. There will also be opportunities for participants to discuss related issues in small and big groups.

The Café will take place over Zoom, and will follow the Chatham House Rule.

This event is free but Zoom registration is required . Please note that, as this Zoom is organized through SOAS, you will need to be signed into a Zoom account to be authorized to join. If you aren't already, you can sign up for a free Zoom account via their website.

Organisers: Julia Auf dem Brinke, Philip Chennery, Paul Gruet, Ruth Rohde, Anant Saria, Henrietta Wilson, Marla Zgheib

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