Digital Impact: Policy and Practice for the Nonprofit Sector in 2017

January 17, 2017 5:30 pm

January 17, 2017

5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Cubberley Auditorium

In this digital day and age we’re grappling with questions like:

  • What are the key digital policy issues that matter to nonprofits in 2017?
  • What are the most pressing challenges to nonprofits and activists?
  • What should nonprofits, foundations and community activists know about? How can they get involved? And what should they be doing to keep themselves and their communities safe?

This event will help inform and open a conversation on this topic with our audience of foundation and nonprofit leaders, students, philanthropists and more.

Stanford students: click HERE to join the conversation via a new series of lunch workshops and learn how to become a Peer Digital Advisor.


Lucy Bernholz, Director, Digital Civil Society Lab at Stanford PACS, Senior Scholar, Stanford University

Allen Gunn, Executive Director, Aspiration (

Cayden Mak, Executive Director, 18 Million Rising

Riana Pfefferkorn, Cryptography Fellow, Stanford Center for Internet and Society

Rob Reich, Marc and Laura Andreessen Faculty Co-director, Stanford PACS, and Professor, Political Science, courtesy Professor, Philosophy, Stanford University


Additional organizations and resources to explore across relevant topics and activities:

Digital Security 
A current compendium of links to the best of the known tools. This post is an excellent annotated index to tools for activists, nonprofits and people. security-resources-5c88ba40ce5c#.e44vfboln…

First look at digital security, from Access Now security/

Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Surveillance Defense

Aspiration’s resources for nonprofits

For researchers
Best practices Conducting_Risky_Research-Oct-2016.pdf



Center for Democracy and Technology

Electronic Privacy Information Center

Cubberley Auditorium

485 Lausen Mall

Stanford, CA

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Focus Area: 

Source: Cyber Law

Source: Privacy Online