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Digital Justice

A new dimension of communication rights

100 Languages / 100 Days Campaign

With the dominance of English in global communications, this campaign aims to raise awareness of the diversity of language and the cultures they represent, and commits all of us further to protect our languages.

Take Action: Towards a vision of digital justice

Join our campaign – learn more about the principles of digital justice, and help us build an informed and active network of individuals and organisations committed to applying communication rights online.

Digital communication is transforming our world and the multiple spaces in which we live and move. These technologies offer us new ways to connect, to inform ourselves and navigate the world, to advocate for our human dignity and rights, and for our voices to be heard. They can be powerful tools for inclusion, education, encounter, imagination, creativity, and understanding.

 

Yet digital platforms are also being used to spread deliberate disinformation and hate and undermine human dignity and rights, threatening a diversity of voices and perspectives. Immense wealth and power are increasingly concentrated in profit-driven companies dependent on the harvesting of personal data and behavioural consumer marketing. Digital tools are increasingly used for surveillance and censorship.

 

Communication rights apply in the digital sphere as with all other communication media – but perhaps with more urgency as the pace of digital growth – and its opportunities and challenges accelerate.