Borders, Benefits and Biomedicine: Surveillance and Social Justice

Summerhall, Edinburgh 20.00- 21.30
Tuesday, April 4, 2017 - 20:00

As part of the Edinburgh Festival of Science, the Church of Scotland is hosting a discussion entitled 'Borders, Benefits and Biomedicine: Surveillance and Social Justice'. The event will take place in the Main Hall at Summerhall (Edinburgh, EH9 1PL) and begins at 20.00. 

Together, the invited speakers and the audience will examine whether digital surveillance is impacting issues of social justice and whether our thinking needs to go beyond narrower questions concerning privacy. The event will be chaired by Professor Kirstie Ball (CRISP St Andrews) and the panel speakers are Dr Eric Stoddart (CRISP and the Centre for the Study of Religion and Politics, St Andrews)Iain Mitchell QC (Chairperson of the CCBE Working Party on Surveillance) and Professor Bill Buchanan (Cyber Academy, Edinburgh Napier University)

Cost: £8.50 (£6.50 Concession)/#scifive students £5

Tickets can be purchased online here 

All are welcome