The Internet plays a vital role in how we see the world, from capturing acts of strength and courage to shining a light on injustice. Whatever the purpose or the user, access to information has become paramount at the local and global level. But who gets to own our digital identity? How can we put an end to today’s digital divide?
The University of Melbourne’s International Digital Policy Lab invites you to represent Australia the Mission Publiques 'We The Internet' Global Citizens dialogue. The event will be held virtually on 9 or 10 October 2020. Join us to share your experiences and opinions, and directly influence national and global digital development.
The Australian 'We the Internet' citizens dialogue will take place virtually on 9 or 10 October 2020.
Friday 9 or Saturday 10 October for three hours. Multiple sessions available.
The International Digital Policy Lab considers the role of digital policy in the age of global interdependence. We publish cutting-edge independent research and collaborate with our multi-stakeholder network to identify best practices and encourage digital policy coherence and interoperability. Our aim is to assist policymakers and stakeholders to understand and embrace the emerging technologies while mitigating the potential risks.