In order to raise awareness on climate change, environmental degradation and biodiversity loss, and thereby to protect their own rights and those of their communities, young people in particular have been at the forefront of the worldwide movements: ...
 25 Nov 2020

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The Internet, as we know it today, has evolved from a platform of the tech, academic, and research elite, to a tool for the general public, given its wide adoption by the mainstream modern society (Naughton, 2016). Without the benefit of hindsight, f...
 16 Nov 2020

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Ms Anusha Madhusudhan is a lawyer based in New York, who specialises in public international law and international dispute resolution. She has advised governments and other entities on legal and diplomatic issues in her areas of expertise, and was th...

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The matters pertaining to the Internet and its ‘governance’ are broadand varied, and include aspects such as human rights, cybersecurity, infrastructure and connectivity, and skills learning, among others. Human rights and cybersecurity&nbsp...
 13 Jul 2020

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The spread of the Coronavirus has caught many countries unprepared, and there has not been a unified response to the mounting threat. Governments around the world began targeting those they feel are responsible for the crisis. Enemies were numerous. ...
 7 May 2020

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Speakers for this event include: Ms Ilze Brands Kehris (Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights; Head of the UN Human Rights Office in New York) Ms Annika Ben David (Sweden’s Ambassador at large for Human Rights, Democracy, and the Rule ...
 22 Apr 2020

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Ms Katarina Anđelković is a researcher at DiploFoundation currently based in Belgrade. Katarina joined Diplo’s Data Team in October 2018, where she researches political, social and environmentalimplications of digital technologies, focusing on ...

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Humanitarian diplomacy is persuading decision makers and opinion leaders to act at all times in the interests of vulnerable people, and with full respect for fundamental humanitarian principles. The rapid expansion of the number of humanitarian ac...
 16 Sep 2019

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Have you seen the recent 10-year challenge on social media - people posting their personal photos from 2008 and 2018 side by side? Our collective data consciousness increased after Cambridge Analytica, so the probable purpose of this meme was quickly...
 30 Jan 2019

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Low and middle income countries are rolling out sophisticated digital identification systems. Will they be a panacea for social and economic inclusion, or are they another way to control people’s personal information? For generations, peopl...
 21 Jan 2019

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On 20 December 2018 the UN General Assembly passed Resolution 73/257 entitled ‘Judgment of the International Court of Justice of 31 March 2004 concerning Avena and Other Mexican Nationals: Need for immediate compliance’ at the request of Mexico...
 9 Jan 2019

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Ms Nataša Perućica joined Diplo in 2018 as a researcher on the use of emerging digital technologies such as big data and artificial intelligence (AI) in the context of sustainable development. She received both her bachelor’s and master’s degree in P...

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An interactive online capacity development programme Internet governance (IG) has become one of the most important policy areas of our time. Topics like privacy protection, human rights online, and cybersecurity are increasingly in the focus of gl...

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