Support ORG (and Party!)
Wednesday, April 11, 2007 from 6:00 PM to 11:00 PM (BST)
London, United Kingdom
A chance for ORG supporters to meet each other, chat to volunteers and staff and celebrate how far we’ve all come since ORG started. There’ll be 9public domain9 DJs, remixed visuals and free culture goodie bags, as well as a special guest speaker to be announced.
Beneath all this revelry lies a hidden motive. We need you to bring a friend, colleague or family member who doesn9t yet support ORG, but who you think would like to, if they knew more about our work.
The party starts at 6pm on Wednesday 11 April at Bar Kick, E1, and lasts until 11pm. See you there!
Support ORG! (and Party)
Date: Wednesday 11 April
Place: Downstairs @ Bar Kick, 127 Shoreditch High Street, London. E1 6JE
How to find Bar Kick
By Tube: Old Street (Bank branch, Northern line), or Liverpool Street (Central, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Circle lines)
Walking from Old Street: Leave Old Street Station headed down Old Street East-bound. Walk all the way down to the end of Old Street. Just after the bridge, turn right down Shoreditch High Street. Bar Kick is on the right hand side just opposite the church.
Walking from Liverpool Street: Exit up the escalators onto Bishopsgate, turn left and walk straight for about 10-15 minutes until you get to Bar Kick, opposite the church.
By Bus: Bus nos 26, 47, 48, 55, 67, 78, 149 and 242 all stop nearby.
When & Where
Open Rights Group
The digital age is transforming society: bringing us greater democracy, transparency and new creative possibilities. When these freedoms are under attack, the Open Rights Group is there to defend them. Founded in 2005 by 1,000 digital activists, ORG has become the UK’s leading voice defending freedom of expression, privacy, innovation, consumer rights and creativity on the net.
Getting into the political trenches in the UK and EU, we mobilise our supporters to stop bad laws. Working closely with other campaign groups, we lobby government and talk to the media whenever our rights are threatened.
ORG is a non-profit company funded by donors, mostly by people like you. We depend on regular contributions to run and win our campaigns.