GNI is pleased to announce that Zoom Video Communications has become a company observer member. The San Jose, California-based company, provides internationally accessible video-first communications and content-sharing services.
The Indian digital rights organization Internet Freedom Foundation (IFF) has joined GNI’s civil society constituency. IFF advocates for the protection of fundamental rights and deepened digital liberties as society becomes increasingly reliant on technology.
GNI has benefitted from Dr. Radsch's valuable contributions to GNI over the years and we are delighted that she will continue to support our work now as an independent academic expert.
GNI welcomes Unwanted Witness as a member of the GNI civil society constituency. Based in Uganda, Unwanted Witness was established in 2012 to advocate for a free, open, and inclusive Internet that contributes to the realization of human rights and good governance.
The Programme on Democracy and Technology from the Oxford Internet Institute Joins GNI’s Academic Constituency
GNI welcomes the Programme on Democracy and Technology from the Oxford Internet Institute (OII) at the University of Oxford as a member of the GNI academic constituency.
GNI is pleased to announce that as an observer member Uber will participate in GNI’s learning and policy activities in the coming year.
The Global Network Initiative (GNI) is pleased to announce that the Peruvian digital rights organization Hiperderecho has joined GNI’s civil society constituency.
“We work to improve public knowledge and understanding of the social implications of […]
GNI welcomes Dr. Sejal Parmar as a member of the GNI academic constituency. “GNI will greatly benefit from Dr. Parmar’s expertise in international human rights law, particularly in the area of freedom of expression,” said GNI Executive Director, Judith Lichtenberg.
GNI is pleased to announce that the digital rights and civic technology organization TEDIC, based in Paraguay, has joined GNI’s civil society constituency. TEDIC was also one of the 2020 GNI-Internews Fellows.
As a GNI company member, Change.org joins leading ICT companies and more than 50 academic, civil society, and investor members from around the world to advocate for shared GNI policy priorities.