EDRi celebrates its 10th anniversary

By EDRi · February 27, 2013

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Deutsch: [EDRi feiert seinen 10. Geburtstag |]

From 2 to 4 March 2013, European Digital Rights (EDRi) will hold its
Annual General Assembly and celebrate its 10th anniversary.

In early 2003, EDRi was registered as a non-profit organisation in
Brussels in order to create an European organisation that defends and
promotes human rights, initially formed by 10 NGOs dealing with digital
civil rights in Europe.

EDRi’s creation was mainly a response to the growing need for
cooperation among digital rights organisations active in Europe – a need
which continues to grow as more regulation is proposed by European
institutions that has a direct effect on the fundamental rights of
European citizens.

EDRi therefore invites all supporters to celebrate 10 years of
campaigning for digital freedoms. The celebration takes place on

Saturday, 2 March
from 21:00 onwards
at London Calling, Place de Londres/Rue de Dublin 46, Brussels

1st floor: 11pm-1am: DJ MEP Ehrenhauser & friends

2nd floor (Club): DJs pEtEr Withoutfield, Tasmo & Cpt Pudding /
Blogrebellen (also known from re:publica, 29c3) – Creative Commons
sound only!