On Oct. 6, CDDRL's Global Digital Policy Incubator (GDPi) will celebrate its launch with a day-long conference and a keynote address delivered by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton who will exploring the theme of digital technology, diplomacy and democratic values. Tickets for the keynote address with Secretary Clinton will be available through a lottery system available to Stanford students only. The GDPi program is led by Eileen Donahoe and serves as a multi-stakeholder collaboration hub at Stanford for technologists, governments, civil society and the private sector actors. GDPi will identify and incubate global policy and governance innovations that enhance freedom, security and trust in the digital realm. For those interested in attending the launch workshop for GDPi, a select number of seats are still available here, as well as the program of the day events. The keynote conversation will also be livestreamed on the CDDRL Facebook page.