Communications and Information Policy Programme (CIPP)

 

The Communications and Information Policy Programme responds to access, governance and rights problems in a consistent, systematic and integrated way tackling national and regional particularities in Asia, Africa and Latin America and ensuring a multidirectional dynamic between the national, global and the regional levels. 

It does it by:

  • providing research/analysis-based substantive insights and framings; 

  • facilitating movement building and cross-movement interaction;

  • enhancing the individual and collective agency of people to defend human rights online and to transform lives at local levels;

  • addressing the transforming effect of technology through alternate viewpoints and approaches;

  • developing and building the capacity of civil society and other stakeholders to engage with internet issues and processes, including policy ones;

  • and advocating for favorable policy options and solutions at global, regional and national levels.

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