AbstractIn the spirit of strengthening the International presence of ISDS, this round table will explore how ISDS can support surveillance practitioners and researchers in Canada and similar countries as they work to advance surveillance in their own political and practice contexts. Results from a survey circulated to Canadian ISDS members and affiliates will guide this discussion, which will focus on delineating specific needs, actions, and ways ISDS might be able to support Canadian members.
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