Jan Parry, President of CILIP, will talk about her role in the Hillsborough Inquiry. Jan will explain how, after 23 years, records and information revealed the truth about the 1989 Hillsborough Disaster. She was the only Information Professional on the secretariat of the Hillsborough Independent Panel, whose report in 2012 revealed what was found in over 450,000 documents they reviewed.
Jan will describe the events and moments leading to the tragedy and its aftermath, including video footage, and will talk about the formation of the Panel and its work, together with the work of the information professionals involved in the background. The work has led to two new ongoing inquiries and a new inquest.
As usual at NetIKX meetings, the talk will be followed by group discussions on related topics.
Video: Lawrence Lessig: Lecture at Rochester Institute of Technology
Lawrence Lessig discusses Network Neutrality, Free Culture, Google Print, Orphaned Works and other topics at the Rochester Institute of Technology. March 24, 2006. (1 hr 58 min)
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