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.
As states discuss global cybersecurity at U.N., we must act to protect users
At a meeting of the United Nations OEWG on global cybersecurity, we advocated for approaches to put users at the center of cybersecurity policy and safeguard human rights.
Open letter to the organizers of the RSA Conference
Access Now is urging the conference organizers to take steps immediately to ensure an inclusive, representative, and fully informed discussion.
A policy maker’s guide to the Global Conference on Cyberspace 2017
Our new policy guide aims to help participants at GCCS 2017 fulfill its promise to strengthen global cybersecurity while protecting human rights.
Why inclusion matters
We are creating tools and systems that discriminate against vulnerable populations and make the internet less secure. That has to change.
Europe’s Digital Assembly: Fireworks and data flows
The European Commission should do more to include civil society in events like the Digital Assembly. Safeguarding users’ rights and winning their trust is key for a healthy digital economy.
Internet shutdowns, gender, Net Neutrality, and more at the United Nations
Your guide to the digital rights issues under discussion at the 35th session of the U.N. Human Rights Council.
Writing women into history: feminist Wikipedia Edit-a-thons in India
Japleen Pasricha describes how Wikipedia Edit-a-thons can help correct gender bias online and empower women in India and beyond.
Mobile World Congress can do better on human rights
The largest conference on mobile technology should more inclusive, and demonstrate more awareness of how the tech impacts human rights.
How Access Now is working to bridge the gender “digital divide”
It’s International Women’s Day. Here’s how we’re working to make the internet a more inclusive, equitable, and safe place for everyone.