With our digital rights under threat by governments and corporations, the world can seem a pretty scary place for people who care about ensuring our rights come with us when we go online. Give yourself the night off worrying by joining us for our first-ever ORG Birmingham Halloween Social on Monday 30 October.
Express yourself with fancy dress
We’ll be meeting in BOM for some spooky games and activities before going on for drinks at a nearby city centre pub (location TBC).
Fancy dress is encouraged (but not compulsory). Looking for some inspiration for your fancy dress? Check out EFF’s fun blog post, Five Halloween Costumes for Digital Rights Activists (https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2016/10/five-halloween-costumes-digital-rights-activists)
We’ll be awarding prizes for the most imaginative costumes so dress to impress!
Got an idea for Halloween/digital rights crossover activity? Get in touch and we’ll add it to the mix.
If possible, please RSVP via our Meetup event page. Signing up is also a great way to keep in touch and hear about future events (including the ORGCon2017 digital rights conference in November).
Don’t forget, you can also keep up with the latest digital rights by following us on Twitter, @OpenRightsBrum.