The Raoul Wallenberg Institute Participates in Panel Discussion on Good Governance

Morten Koch Andersen, Senior Researcher and Deputy Research Director, joined a panel discussion on Good Governance to Address the Human Rights Impact of the Various Digital Divides. 

The panel was called for by the Human Rights Council in its resolution 51/5 The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights gathers States, relevant treaty bodies and mandate holders, academia, civil society and other relevant stakeholders to discuss the most efficient ways of using good governance to address the human rights impact of the various digital divides.

Read more: Concept Note 

Digital Divide

Morten Koch Andersen participated at the expert panel discussion on the most efficient ways of upholding good governance to address the human rights impacts of the various digital divides, with a special emphasis on the relationships between corruption and human rights and the various ways they affect individuals, state and societies, especially those in the margins of the social, political and economic orders.


For more information, please contact Morten Koch Andersen

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