“Zoom has been very engaged throughout their Observer Membership in GNI and we are excited to continue working together as they join GNI as a full member,” said Jason Pielemeier, GNI’s Executive Director.
“I am incredibly excited to welcome NDI into GNI,” said GNI Executive Director Jason Pielemeier. “We are particularly keen to collaborate with the Democracy and Technology Division, which brings unique reach, insight, and capacity based on its global engagement on digital rights.”
“NEI adds strength and valuable perspective to GNI’s investor constituency and will be a great partner in our continuing work to foster an environment that encourages responsible ICT company conduct,” said Jason Pielemeier, GNI’s Executive Director.
“ITS Rio has been doing incredible work at the intersection of technology and society for many years, and we are very excited about the expertise, insights, and perspectives that they will bring to GNI,” said GNI Executive Director Jason Pielemeier.
“ITLP is an innovative institution that brings together an incredible range of expertise, filtered through critical inquiry and systems-level insight,” said Jason Pielemeier, GNI’s Executive Director. “We will benefit tremendously from their participation.”
“7amleh has demonstrated an ability to advocate for digital rights in complex situations,” said Jason Pielemeier, GNI’s Executive Director. “We look forward to integrating their insight and perspective into our collective work in support of freedom of expression and privacy.”
In our submission, we emphasize that international human rights law should always be at the center of company and government decisions related to freedom of expression, including during times of conflict.
Freedom House’s expertise and experience documenting threats to democracy, freedom of expression, and media freedom online make it a great addition to GNI.
"Content Regulation and Human Rights: Analysis and Recommendations" uses human rights to analyze more than 20 recent, governmental initiatives that claim to address various forms of digital harm. The brief is the result of months of multistakeholder analysis by GNI’s diverse, expert membership, as well as six virtual consultations with government actors and other key stakeholders in Africa, the EU, India, Pakistan, and the UK.
An introduction to the GNI blog series examining government efforts to address online harms around the world. Written by members and close collaborators, the series will provide practical guidance to those seeking to regulate content while upholding human rights.