“The Age of Digital Interdependence”
Report of the High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation
Following nine months of consultations with governments, the private sector, civil society, international organisations, academia and technical communities worldwide, the Panel’s report paints a picture of the interconnected nature of digital technology and policy impacts, and makes 5 recommendations for shaping our common digital future.
Key Takeaways: Summary Presentation
The panel’s report highlights the urgency of improved digital cooperation and invites readers to commit to a Declaration of Digital Interdependence.
It focuses on three broad sets of interlocking issues:
- Building an inclusive digital future
- Protecting human rights, promoting digital trust & security
- Fashioning a new global digital cooperation architecture
Live Conversation on Digital Cooperation
The High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation submitted its report and recommendations to the UN Secretary-General on Monday 10 June 2019. To mark the occasion, Panel’s co-chairs Melinda Gates and Jack Ma joined a live conversation to discuss the Panel’s main findings and open up a global dialogue on the way forward.