Cybersecurity and human rights are mutually reinforcing. Secure networks and systems are crucial to the exercise of our human rights – and a digital environment underpinned by rights is likely to make us more safe and secure, online as well as offline.
Despite this, dominant narratives around cyber policy often portray security and human rights as incompatible. GPD’s work focuses on shifting this paradigm.
POST 29 Nov 2017
GCCS2017: a cyberspace free, open and secure (but mostly secure)
MULTIMEDIA 2 Nov 2017
In beta, episode 7: can stakeholders find common ground on cybersecurity?
NEWS 20 Oct 2017
GPD examines multistakeholder approach to cyber policy in ECJ article
PUBLICATION 9 Oct 2017
Framework for multistakeholder cyber policy development
POST 3 Oct 2017
Reflections on ICDPPC 2017 from a human rights defender
PUBLICATION 29 Aug 2017
Navigating Human Rights in the Digital Environment: the ICDPPC
POST 14 Jul 2017
The case for inclusive cyber policymaking processes
MULTIMEDIA 3 Jul 2017
In beta, episode 5: is civil society in the global South sustainable?