UN High Level Panel on Digital Cooperation Launches a New Tech Report

By the United Nations

Following nine months of consultations with governments, the private sector, civil society, international organisations, academia and technical communities worldwide, the Panel’s report paints a picture of the interconnected nature of digital technology and policy impacts, and makes 5 recommendations for shaping our common digital future.

The report explores the ways that digital technology can help achieve the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development; how digital tech relates to human rights and security; and models for digital cooperation between different parts of society. Several recommendations are contained within the report, based on the three main areas.

Read the report here and follow this link to watch an exclusive interview with Vint Cerf, PCI Chair and a member of the UN High Level Panel on Digital Cooperation filmed shortly after the launch at UN Headquarters in New York.


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