WTO Public Forum: Enabling Human Rights and Inclusiveness through Digital Trade

BY Maggie Clark
September 26, 2016

New technologies create novel opportunities for social inclusion and economic growth around the globe yet online freedoms appear to be deteriorating.

When does suppression of online rights become a trade barrier? How can digital trade rules better enable human rights, inclusiveness & economic development?

wto-forumTuesday, 27 September 2016, 13-14:30, Room D, WTO, Geneva

The session will be preceded by lunch at 12:30 (in front of WTO conference rooms D & E).

 

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