Access Now at the 2020 Internet Governance Forum: “Internet for human resilience and solidarity”
Here’s where you find Access Now staff at the Internet Governance Forum 2020, which focuses on strategies for using the internet to increase human resilience and solidarity.
Technology disruption: rights, risks, and rules
Executive Director Brett Solomon addresses the United Nations on the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Digital Rights 101: Understanding how technology affects human rights for all
Technology is shaping the way organizations and communities operate. If you or your nonprofit haven’t started thinking about digital rights, here’s why you should.
Internet Democracy Project: Fighting gendered surveillance and access disparities in India
The Internet Democracy Project, based in New Delhi, documents how technology can deepen the scrutiny that women are subject to in the digital age, and fights back against gender-based restrictions to privacy and free expression.
National digital identity programmes: what’s next?
Our working paper on national digital ID programmes explores the human rights implications and provides lawmakers globally with policy recommendations in the areas of governance, privacy and data protection, and cybersecurity.
In 2018, honoring women, transgender, and non-binary persons will make the internet safer for everyone
We know inclusion matters, yet all too often women and non-binary persons are excluded from the conversation. That makes us less secure, and it has to change.
The gender of surveillance: how the world can work together for a safer internet
For gender equality by 2030, civil society and governments need to collaborate on preventing gendered surveillance.
Taking a human rights agenda to Davos
More than 3,000 global leaders are gathering to discuss the theme of building a “Shared Future in a Fractured World.” Human rights should be at the center of that shared vision.