European human rights court rules internet blocking in Turkey unlawful Dutch Member of European Parliament Marietje Schaake (ALDE/D66) welcomes yesterday’s ruling by the European Court of Human Rights in a...
On 10 December 2012, the world will celebrate international Human Rights Day. This year’s theme, "My Voice Counts", will focus on inclusion and the right to participate in public life. People across the globe will be invited to re-affirm the right to voice their opinion and to take part in public discourse and decision-making processes.
Should the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) have gone to Baku? This question dominated discussions before and during the recent IGF and was an issue discussed widely among participants as well as in the blogoshpere.
Mr. Emin Milli (Azerbaijan) talks about how the Internet Governance Forum is one of the key places where everyone, no matter who they are or what they do, can have their voice heard on issues of Internet Freedom and human rights.
Speech by Dr. Birgit Grundmann, State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Justice, at the Federal Foreign Office conference The Internet and Human Rights: Building a free, open and secure Internet, 13 and 14 September 2012, Berlin
Further to the relevance of the IGF as a space to foster awareness and enhance discussions on human rights issues, the significant number of IGF sessions related to human rights at this year’s IGF and the diversity of stakeholders involved in those discussions also reflected an important trend towards considering online rights issues from a multi-stakeholder perspective.
Digital rights advocates around the world are working to make their voices heard at the upcoming treaty conference of the International Telecommunication Union. Leaked documents include proposed treaty revisions that could place limitations on online privacy, free expression, access to information, and ICT use around the world.
While there are challenges when information gives hope to people in their fight for a better life, there is no question that the Internet is democracy in action. Here's why we need to work together to keep it that way.
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