We are currently running an online training series, “UN Discussions On Responsible State Behaviour In Cyberspace: An Introductory Course For Civil Society”.
This online training series is aimed at expert and non-expert members of civil society with an interest in cybersecurity, human rights, international peace and security and the roles and responsibilities of different actors in cyberspace.
Over the course of several interactive webinars, the training series provides an overview of the discussions at the UN General Assembly, their links with human rights, and other relevant processes.
The series seeks to:
- Increase participants knowledge of the opportunities for engagement in the UN First Committee discussions;
- Increase participants understanding of the UNGGE responsible state behaviour framework and the different components Increase participants understanding of how the UNGGE framework and norms in particular, can be operationalised at the national level, allowing them to support policymakers and other stakeholders in their implementation of the GGE framework;
- Broaden the pool of civil society actors engaging in these discussions.
Please see below for information in the series.