Digital Rights

Call for Applications: Digital Rights Learning Exchange

In the digital age, democracy requires online spaces where citizens can freely engage with one another—socially, politically, and economically—without unnecessary and disproportionate restriction. The Digital Rights Learning Exchange is a six-week virtual course covering the essential skills needed to become an effective advocate for a democratic digital space.

Is Digital Inequality a Justice Issue?

The Internet has also broken territorial boundaries, and this creates new challenges in enforcing equity and human rights, especially for the most marginalized. The theory of abnormal justice offers new ways of framing digital rights as a human rights issue in practice, thereby safeguarding the future of the Open internet.

The Internet in 2030: Digital Rights Experts on the Decade Ahead

As we head into the next decade, the Open Internet for Democracy Initiative reached out to digital rights luminaries from around the globe to get their take on how they hope the internet will evolve over this next decade. Below are their responses to our prompt: What is your vision of the internet in 2030? What current challenges do you hope we will have solved by then?