DCD PROGRAM GOAL:
Bringing over a decade of experience at the World Bank, Kristin leads PCI's Digital Cooperation and Diplomacy initiative to connect its partners, assess the current state of digital cooperation, and propose news ways to leverage PCI's expertise and network toward DCD goals.
- Address the recommendations of the report from the UN High Level Panel on Digital Cooperation
- Use the Internet as a tool for collaboration, dialogue, and deliberation among nations, stakeholders, and individuals
- Foster partnerships among governments, civil society, and organizations
- Encourage open sharing of results, lessons, code, and other deliverables
Hasso-Plattner Institute Design Project on Digital Cooperation & Diplomacy
The Advanced Project tackles one question: How can we strengthen cooperation in an era of digital interdependence?
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As PCI’s leaders remind us every day, the Internet was created by people, to connect people. This people-centered, cooperative essence permeates its history and at PCI, we want it to guide its future. Today, with the launch of our new Digital Cooperation and Diplomacy Initiative, PCI is committing to continuing on that path. By creating worldwide connections, facilitating critical conversations to solve today’s problems, and designing and imagining a people-centered future of the Internet, PCI’s new DCD Initiative seeks to follow in the footsteps of the originators of the Internet and harness their spirit of cooperation for a new age of connectedness.
Palo Alto, CA, April 3, 2020 — People-Centered Internet, a California-based 501(c)3 organization with a mission to “put humanity at the center of the Internet,” announced the appointment of Kristin Little as Digital Cooperation and Diplomacy Fellow for a new “Digital Cooperation and Diplomacy” initiative. PCI’s Digital Cooperation and Diplomacy (“DCD”) initiative builds on the