New EuroDIG publication on Digital Human Rights
We continue our series of publications “A Decade of …” and are pleased to present this week at the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) the newest edition “A Decade of Digital Human Rights Evolution”.
Human rights have been at the centre of the debate surrounding Internet Governance for years. Farzaneh Badii and Jörn Erbguth explore how this discourse, which has sought to balance both freedom and protection, has evolved over the course of EuroDIG meetings.
This publication was made possible with the kind support from NASK, the Polish research institute. We are still looking for support and authors for the planned editions on technical and operational issues, access & literacy, innovation and economic issues. Please contact us if you know who could take it on and support the production.
Meet the authors
In the second half of November we will organise a EuroDIG Extra where the authors will provide more background and enter into an exchange on both the publication on youth participation and on digital human rights in an open online meeting. The exact date will be communicated in the newsletter soon.
Find past EuroDIG Extras here.
IGF 2023 is coming to a close, EuroDIG is 2024 ahead
We are soon heading home from Kyoto after an intense week and with many ideas for the next EuroDIG cycle – not only from a vibrant meeting with Agnė Vaiciukevičiūtė, the Deputy Minister of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Lithuania, who secured her full support – but also inspired by exchanges with all stakeholders.
We are looking forward to receiving your ideas for EuroDIG2024! The call for issues is already open at Get Involved! and everyone can submit up to three proposals for topics that should be discussed.