YOUthDIG 2022 webinar 02

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14 May 2022 | 10:00-12:00 CEST
YOUthDIG 2022 programme

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Working title: Presentations by Participants 1

Session teaser

In the last session, we gave an introduction to the history of the internet, domain names, multistakeholderism and briefly addressed the differences between Brussels, Silicon Valley, Russia, China. This session will built on these concepts and go into more depth about the Internet's rights and principles and look at these from a human rights perspective, bringing it in the context of our current world and we will discuss the nexus between technology and principles.


There will be two interventions of 20 minutes hosted by each of the speakers followed by a discussion. We will then go into breakout rooms in which the participants can discuss with each other the intersection between technology and principles.

Further reading

The IRPC Charter and other relevant digital human rights documents 

Digital human rights in times of war

United Nations

  • Secretary General’s Roadmap for Digital Cooperation
  • UN Sustainable Development Goals
  • United Nations hub for Human Rights and Digital Technologies
  • OHCHR and Privacy in the Digital Age

Council of Europe

  • Internet Governance
  • CDMSI Steering Committee on Media and Information Society
  • Artificial intelligence and human rights
  • Data protection
  • COVID 19
  • Freedom of expression in times of conflict



Focal Point:

  • Daphne Stevens
  • Nadia Tjahja

Key Contributors:

  • Minda Moreira is the current co-chair of the Internet Rights and Principles Coalition (IRPC) based at the UN Internet Governance Forum, where she supports the outreach effort of this Coalition’s and its main output document: The Charter of Human Rights and Principles for the Internet. She holds a ​Master's Degree in Global Media and Transnational Communications from Goldsmiths, University of London and she is currently a postgraduate law student at Queen Mary’s, University of London, specialising in Human Rights Law. Alongside her interests in human rights, Internet governance and media, she is also an advocate for environmental protection and sustainability. As IRPC co-chair she organised and coordinated various meetings, workshops and high-level sessions both at the IGF and EuroDIG to highlight issues at the intersection of environmental sustainability, internet-connected technologies and human rights and she is among the co-founders of the Dynamic Coalition on Environment (DCE).