Pre-Glion VII policy dialogue with the Permanent Mission of Thailand on ‘Putting digital technology at the service of equality and non-discrimination, including in the area of economic, social and cultural rights’
Ahead of Glion VII, the Universal Rights Group (URG), with a number of supportive State delegations in Geneva, organised a series of informal policy dialogues, designed to allow early consideration and exchange on different aspects of ‘Human rights in the digital age: making digital technology work for human rights’.
On Friday 30th October 2020, the Permanent Mission of Thailand and the URG hosted a Policy Dialogue on ‘Putting digital technology at the service of equality and non-discrimination, including in the area of economic, social and cultural rights’. The online event brought together around 45 senior level human rights experts to exchange views on a number of issues including, ‘the digital divide’, and ‘follow-up to human rights recommendations by UN Country Teams’.
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