25 tickets remaining for tonight's Human Rights in games talk in Sydney

Leigh Harris
25 tickets remaining for tonight's Human Rights in games talk in Sydney

You'd best hurry if you're a  non-E3 attendee this year and have designs on the Sydney Human Rights Commission talk on videogames.

As reported last week, the talk will cover all manner of human rights issues as they pertain to gaming, including racial stereotyping, representations of women in games, online bullying and any associations between games and violence.

Speakers are set to include Freeplay Festival Co-Director Katie Williams, Author of Killing is Harmless Brendan Keogh, Dr Christopher Moore, lecturer in Media and Communication at Deakin University, and Dr Melissa de Zwart, Associate Professor at the Adelaide Law School, and member of the Classification Review Board, and kicks off at 5.30pm tonight in Sydney's CBD.

Click here for last minute registration.

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Tags: sydney , talk , human rights , brendan Keogh , Katie Williams

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