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Pave the way to digital accessibility:
15 do’s and don’ts

Sanja Marić

Following our senior policy editor Ginger Paque’s article, you may have learned about the urgency of adopting accessibility practices to ensure an...

We all need accessibility. To everything. Really.

Virginia (Ginger) Paque

It’s below zero here in Wisconsin (USA). It’s gone up to -16ᐤC as I write. And even though our +30 cm of snow has been mostly ploughed off the roads, the hardened, icy remains are very slip...

Gender equality in diplomacy: Chinese and other foreign ministries

Kishan S Rana

The Chinese Foreign Ministry made a welcome change in its external public outreach after 3 ...

Governments vs ChatGPT: Investigations around the world

Stephanie Borg Psaila

ChatGPT, the AI-powered tool that allows you to chat and get answers to almost any question, has taken the world by storm. Now, governments around the world are starting to take notice of these t...


RightOn #14: Our Future, Our Voice

25 Nov 20 - 25 Nov 20


Indonesia Lokadata Conference

28 Aug 19 -


But first, privacy!

14 Jun 19 -


Diplo & GIP at EuroDIG 2018

05 Jun 18 - 06 Jun 18


Exhibition – Inside Internet corridors

07 May 18 - 11 May 18


Joint Civil Society Meeting 2017

16 Dec 17 -


Diplo at Cyber Week 2017

25 Jun 17 - 29 Jun 17


MAPPING Second General Assembly

31 Oct 16 - 02 Nov 16

Czech Republic

Serbian Internet Dialogue this week

19 Apr 12 -

Serbia, Southeast Europe

ICT policy and IG workshop in Addis Ababa

06 Apr 11 - 08 Apr 11




Global Cross-Border Privacy Rules Declaration

The text discusses the need for trusted cross-border data flows to support economic growth and innovation. It introduces the establishment of a Global Forum to promote interoperability in data protection and privacy, aiming to enhance international cooperation and stan... Read more...


Freedom on the Net 2015

The Freedom on the Net 2015 report assesses global internet freedom, highlighting increasing government censorship and surveillance. Internet freedom is in decline due to various restrictive measures taken by governments, impacting users' rights and privacy. The report... Read more...

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From a Safer Internet to a Better Internet for Kids

The text is about transitioning from a safer internet to a better internet for kids.... Read more...

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The use of Information and Communications Technology (ICTs) in human rights promotion: A case study of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights

The employment of ICT tools as a weapon of choice at the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights, an organ established within the African Union with a broad mandate of spearheading human rights promotion on the African Continent has not been emphasised as a cru... Read more...

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NETmundial Multistakeholder Statement

The NETmundial Multistakeholder Statement emphasizes the importance of a collaborative approach between stakeholders in addressing Internet governance issues. It highlights principles such as human rights, open standards, and transparent processes as key foundations fo... Read more...

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How safe are we? Security risks of the social networks

We are witnessing an extreme proliferation of the social networks, which can be seen in two ways: an expansion of social network websites, and an increase in the number of people who are starting to use them. The author describes the risks associated with social networ... Read more...

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The use of ICT in human rights promotion: A case study of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights

The paper seeks to render a critical analysis that will lead and co-ordinate a programme of promotional work across the region, including the integration of ICT strategies in its promotional work.... Read more...

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Introducing child safety in Romanian schools: Does the existing primary and secondary curriculum address online safety?

This paper examines the idea of an online child safety policy for Romania, which would provide an initiative to encourage smart online behavior in young children, prepare them to surf the Internet, and educate them to avoid its dangers. As technology develops and more ... Read more...

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