Case study: Non-profit

RightsCon Virtual Summit

RightsCon is the world’s leading summit on human rights in the digital age featuring thousands of participants from around the world.

Event goals

  • Host a variety of virtual networking events over a 5 day period within a network of thousands of human rights and technology experts

  • Enable an integrated networking platform to allow people to hop in and out of conversations, form partnerships, ask questions, share ideas, and find common interests

  • Allow summit participants to propose networking events that correspond to RightsCon intersecting themes

Frameable Events experience

  • Allowed summit registrants to submit Frameable Events proposals to create an informal space where participants with common interests can connect and expand a network or coalition

  • Designed over 20 events in the Frameable Events platform to create a sense of solidarity, serendipity, and parallel play to the RightsCon scheduled programing

  • Virtually hosted over 1300 guests throughout the week

  • Featured conversation and collaboration around certain regions, program areas, intersecting themes, and drop-in hours to meet funders and private sector leaders

Wafa Ben-Hassine

Principal, Omidyar Network

I absolutely loved the Frameable Events [platform]. The format, the online "digital tables", how it only holds 6 people at was all so brilliant, and was the closest thing to a staffed table IRL.

RightsCon 2022 Attendance Map
RightsCon 2022 Attendance Map

Attendees joined RightsCon from over 60 countries.

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