Newfoundland & Labrador’s Offices of the ATIPP Coordinator and Information & Privacy Commissioner, as well as Memorial University’s Information Access and Privacy Protection Office are proud to present the inaugural Newfoundland & Labrador Access & Privacy Workshop. We've come to understand the challenges you face in accessing quality learning events, so one is being brought to you. The workshop is a great opportunity to meet, network and share ideas with colleagues from the access and privacy community across the province.
With over 15 sessions available, carefully slotted into several themed streams, this event will appeal to any individual, from the public or private sector, who finds him/herself dealing with Access to Information & Privacy issues. This conference is a part of a continuing effort to foster an Access & Privacy Culture in the province of Newfoundland & Labrador. We hope you can be a part of “Building on Our Success”.
Newfoundland & Labrador Access and Privacy Workshop, 2007:
Like the Atlantic Access & Privacy Workshop, the focus of this year's event is to bring together the diverse community within the public and private sectors responsible for FOI (Freedom of Information) and Privacy. The program is driven by current priorities and offers a series of fast-paced, participatory, and results-based sessions. Genuine case studies will be used to help participants articulate issues to be resolved, and identify options and solutions to Access and Privacy issues. Delegates will:
- Discuss, identify, and address the many challenges faced by managers of information in public and private sector institutions
- Learn from the wide range of expertise available to the public and private sectors, both internal and external to the FOI community
- Network with, and build the Access and Privacy Community in Newfoundland & Labrador
Join your colleagues today and open doors to new and exciting ideas in the world of Access & Privacy! Register now.
We look forward to seeing you in St. John's on May 31st, 2007!
Early Bird Deadline expires Friday, May 4th, 2007