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Clearer Role for Business Regulators Needed in Monitoring Trade Agreements

6 July 2020 Dr Jennifer Ann Zerk Associate Fellow, International Law Programme As the economic recovery from coronavirus is worked through, careful steps are needed to ensure actions to enforce human rights commitments in trade agreements do not worsen human … Continua a leggere

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Estonia’s Crucial Role in Tackling Growing Cyber Threats

22 June 2020 Esther Naylor Research Assistant, International Security Programme Estonia’s presidency of the UN Security Council refreshes the debate on global cyber security just as the coronavirus pandemic exposes the consequences of failing to protect critical digital infrastructures. 2020-06-22-Cyber-Attack-Piracy-Hack … Continua a leggere

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Can the UN Roadmap on Digital Cooperation Improve our Digital Future?

12 June 2020 Marjorie Buchser Executive Director, Digital Society Initiative @Marjorie_BU LinkedIn Ruma Mandal Director, International Law Programme @RumaCHLaw The new proposals are timely with the world at a critical inflection point for technology governance, as responses to the ongoing … Continua a leggere

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Temptations Abound as COVID-19 Drives Need for Private Data

15 May 2020 Madeleine Forster Richard and Susan Hayden Academy Fellow, International Law Programme @maddiefors LinkedIn Contact tracing apps highlight the importance of combining both technical privacy fixes and a grounding in the international human rights framework. 2020-05-15-Data-App-Privacy Tracking app … Continua a leggere

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ICC’s Influence Can Be Strengthened by Ukraine’s Case

22 April 2020 Kateryna Busol Robert Bosch Stiftung Academy Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme @KBusol Second in a two-part series analysing why Ukraine’s attempts at international justice are worth taking – and outlining how the impact goes far beyond just … Continua a leggere

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