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Human Rights and Internet Governance

Human Rights and Internet Governance are at a intersection like never before and a growing group of open web, open culture advocates are getting more involved. Now is the time to discuss the important human rights implications of new technologies and aspects of internet governance!

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Adoption of Resolution on Human Rights and the Internet at 20th Human Rights Council

"The Internet Society welcomes the United Nations Human Rights Council’s Resolution on the “promotion, protection, and enjoyment of human rights on the Internet.” The Resolution affirms that the same…Continue

Started by Enock Othin Jul 10, 2012.

Is Internet Access a Human Right?

Thanks for joining this DIPLO group! My name is Mera Szendro Bok and I am the founder and Director of the …Continue

Tags: Google, Cerf, United, Nations, Council

Started by Mera Szendro Bok Jan 6, 2012.

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Comment by Jjingo Samuel Bagenazekukola on January 7, 2014 at 11:30am

Be it resolved : Decline in media freedom is affecting all regions at some extent and has accelerated since 2008 especially electronic and print media ; underlying negative trends in economic development just governments intensify their efforts t control media and free expression, results in unemployment and job insecurity, fostering economic development among authoritarian regimes. “there is a reason if a group of people make that sort of decision". Said First Lady Michelle Obama joined with Secretary of State John Kerry to name Woeser as one of the recipients of the 2013 International Women of Courage Award – In china . In Conclusion Because Civil society involves citizens acting collectively in public sphere to express their interest , passion and ideas ; The journalists from the Ukrainian edition of Forbes magazine Should Not Just resign simultaneously But Instead Mobilize #media groups as crucial service of pressure for democratic change just as citizens press their challenges not merely as individuals but as members of a civil society

We Believe : reselection of Civil society will help to restructure public space and mobilize all independent groups and grassroots movement ; Since the people are a source for collective good and an unstoppable power (A mastermind) rising up to assert democratic mute against narrow and civil autocracy . It is The right of every person to freedom of opinion and of expression, including to exchange and receive ideas and information through any media, regardless of frontiers as stipulated by the Mar saw declaration , http://www.community-democracies.org/index.php...

Comment by Shepherd Mulwanda on January 17, 2013 at 9:30pm

Here to protect lives

 

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