Internet Advocacy Roundtable:
Internet Advocacy Roundtable
Through the Looking Glass: Government Transparency Resources for Advocacy
Without knowing what our government is really doing behind the scenes it is difficult to effectively advocate for policy changes. Thankfully, several websites have emerged in recent years to shine a bright light on these inner workings. This month we feature an in-depth discussion on how these resources can help your organization be more effective advocating for your causes.
Join us on Thursday January 17 for the Internet Advocacy Roundtable discussion with our panel of experts who are providing an open window into government activities.
Bill Allison, Senior Fellow, Sunlight Foundation
Dan Newman, Executive Director, MAPLight.org
Marc Laitin, Wired for Change
Naomi Seligman, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington
Sarah Schacht, Director, Knowledge as Power
Event LocationCenter for American Progress Action Fund
1333 H Street, NW, 10th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
One block from the McPherson Square Metro station (Orange/Blue lines). Exit on 14th Street, NW side. Walk one block south to H Street, NW. Turn left onto H Street, NW. Enter on left side of street, just after the Cosi.