WikiTribune will be attending the Oslo Freedom Forum, an annual human rights conference, on September 17. There will be several speakers who discuss how technology and social movements can promote democracy and the rule of law.
What questions should WikiTribune ask the following speakers?
Rick Doblin – Founder of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies and researcher focused on post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
- Rick Doblin has agreed to speak with WikiTribune. Leave your questions below.
- Do you support taking psychedelics for the mind-altering and psychotropic effects, also known as “tripping?”
- What are the psychological risks of administering psychedelics to individuals with PTSD?
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Manal Al-Sharif – Saudi Arabian women’s rights activist and co-founder of the Women2Drive campaign
Enes Kanter – Turkish basketball player for the New York Knicks and outspoken critic of Turkey’s authoritarian government
Antonio Ledezma – Venezuelan lawyer, opposition leader, and former prisoner of conscience.
Yeonmi Park – North Korean defector, student, and expert on the country’s black market economy.
Evan Mawarire – Zimbabwean civil rights activist, pastor, and leader of the #ThisFlag movement.
Fatemah Quaderyan – Captain of Afghanistan’s all-female high school robotics team.
Farida Nobourema – Togolese writer and blogger.
Fang Zheng – Tiananmen Square survivor, former athlete, and president of the Chinese Democracy Education Foundation.
Mai Khoi – Vietnamese pop star and political activist.
Garry Kasparov – Russian chess champion and pro-democracy advocate.
Emmanuel Jal – South Sudanese hip-hop artist and former child soldier.
Ian C. Kelly – Diplomat and former US Ambassador to Georgia.