They discussed human rights in the digital age and how to make digital technology work for human rights. Director O’Flaherty spoke on making digital technology work for freedom of expression and access to information. The dialogue brought up important issues to be addressed from a human rights perspective, including the digital divide and a stronger engagement with private companies.
Glion Human Rights Dialogue focuses on human rights in the digital age
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