GNI’s Comments on UNESCO’s “Guidance for Regulating Digital Platforms”

GNI shared procedural and substantive analysis on the draft guidance for regulation UNESCO shared ahead of the upcoming "Internet for Trust" global conference. GNI encourages UNESCO to slow down and scale back this initiative considerably in order to conduct the type of thorough, multistakeholder consultation that an effort of this import deserves, and which can lead to the kinds of durable, rights-enabling impacts that UNESCO envisions.

2023-01-25T17:11:33+00:00January 20, 2023|Categories: feature, issues highlight, legal frameworks, media releases|Tags: , , |

“What Next for Advocacy Against Network Disruptions?” by Learning and Development Director David Sullivan

"We need to marshal a much broader movement, one including the media, labor unions, and a wider set of sectors, to demonstrate the consequences of government-ordered shutdowns and educate policymakers about alternatives." Read David Sullivan's reflections on the recent IGF session: "Tackling Internet Disruptions via Multi-stakeholder Advocacy."

GNI Statement on U.N. Work on the Human Right of Freedom of Expression

On the 28th of July, the Human Rights Committee of the United Nations approved a new “General Comment” of Article 19 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, giving clear guidance on the legitimate restrictions on freedom of expression that states can make.

The Global […]

2019-02-13T15:52:29+00:00August 5, 2011|Categories: media releases|Tags: , , , |
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