A Human-Centric Digital Manifesto for EuropeHow the Digital Transformation Can Serve the Public Interest
The digital revolution is radically changing every aspect of human life in the 21st century and it’s essential that regulators address the challenges this transformation brings. The new European Commission should look beyond digital single market issues, and focus on creating new rights-based policies and regulations based on freedom, democracy, equality, and rule of law to ensure that existing offline rights are protected online.
Developing a More Just Future
Q&A: Designing for Human Rights
What do architects, designers, and weapons specialists have to offer rights movements around the world? A unique and trailblazing firm is providing an answer, while building new digital tools to resist authoritarianism.
Q&A: How Open Access Can Help Defeat COVID-19
In response to the pandemic, many scientific journals have lifted their paywalls on COVID-19-related research. The results have been positive, which raises a question: Why not do the same for research on other crises?
Q&A: Watching the Watchers during a Pandemic
With states around the world embracing surveillance technology against COVID-19, civil society groups must step up to ensure that individual rights and anticorruption laws are not sacrificed for the sake of an easy fix.