Print/PDF this page:

Print Friendly and PDF

Share this page:


A2K4: Access to Knowledge & Human Rights
A Conference Hosted by the Information Society Project
February 12-13, 2009 at Yale Law School

Speakers & Moderators

Ahmed Abdel Latif, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development
Shyam Balganesh, Penn Law School
Eric Bridges, American Council of the Blind
Johannes Britz, School of Information Studies, UW-Milwaukee
Thana Cristina de Campos, Fundação Getúlio Vargas Law School - Sao Paulo
Rafael Capurro, International Center for Information Ethics
Anupam Chander, UC Davis School of Law
Audrey Chapman, University of Connecticut Human Rights Institute
Laura DeNardis, Yale Information Society Project
Yvonne Donders, Faculty of Law of the Universiteit van Amsterdam
Edward Felten, Princeton University Center for Information Technology Policy
Daniel Gervais, Vanderbilt Law School
Eve Gray, University of Cape Town
Theresa Harris, Human Rights USA
Laurence Helfer, Duke Law School
Amy Kapczynski, UC Berkeley School of Law
Eddan Katz, Electronic Frontier Foundation
Molly Beutz Land, New York Law School
Ronaldo Lemos, Center for Technology & Society, FGV-Rio
James Love, Knowledge Ecology International
Jeremy Malcolm, Consumers International
Kaitlin Mara, Intellectual Property Watch
Christopher Mason, Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University
Marc Maurer, National Federation of the Blind
Alice Miller, UC Berkeley School of Law
Steven M. Mutula, University of Botswana
William New, Intellectual Property Watch
Dennis Ocholla, University of Zululand
Lisa Larrimore Ouellette, Yale Information Society Project
Neeru Paharia, Harvard Business School & Peer 2 Peer University
Natasha Primo, Association for Progressive Communications
Andrew Rens, University of Cape Town
Shai Reshef, University of the People
Manon Ress, Knowledge Ecology International
Nagla Rizk, Access to Knowledge for Development (A2K4D) American University in Cairo
Carolina Rossini, Berkman Center for Internet and Society
Violette Ruppanner, 3D -> Trade, Human Rights, Equitable Economy
Lea Shaver, Yale Information Society Project
Katherine Strandburg, New York University School of Law
Nabiha Syed, Yale Information Society Project
Talha Syed, UC Berkeley School of Law
Luis Villarroel, Corporación Innovarte
Esther Wojcicki, Creative Commons/Palo Alto High School
Jessica Wyndham, AAAS Science and Human Rights Program
Michael Zimmer, School of Information Studies, UW-Milwaukee