Digital Cooperation and Diplomacy

DCD PROGRAM GOAL:

PCI's Digital Cooperation and Diplomacy Initiative was launched in 2020 to encourage constructive relationships and information-sharing among governments, individuals, and civil society organizations to support the successful implementation of the recommendations of the UN High Level Panel for Digital Cooperation.

Kristin Little, DCD Fellow

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.

DCD Projects

  • 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

IN PROGRESS

EU HQ

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?

Sustainable Development Goals

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Part of PCI's role is gathering information and resources on the latest in policy and governance. Find out more about what the experts are saying about DCD.

Project Updates:

People-Centered Internet announces Kristin Little as Digital Cooperation and Diplomacy Fellow

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

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