Strengthening Transatlantic Digital Cooperation

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Cybil code: G0734

Status: Finished

From: Mar 2021

To: Jun 2022

Tags: Gender Considerations





International Security Programme


This multi-year project aims to explore existing opportunities for increased cooperation in the digital world, particularly via the transatlantic tech triangle, consisting of the European Union, United Kingdom and United States. This project serves as a cross-house initiative (involving the US and Americas Programme, the Europe Programme, the International Law Programme, the Digital Society Initiative and the International Security Programme). Its long-term goal is to support the emergence of a global vision for technology governance: a vision drawing on democratic values and human rights principles. The project aims to extend the application of these principles to the digital space. The first phase will be centred around a knowledge-exchange series, with findings and recommendations disseminated around targeted multilateral events such as G7, the United Nations General Assembly and the 2021 Internet Governance Forum. Building on this exchange, the second phase will shift its focus to other democratic states and broaden digital cooperation dialogues from like-minded countries in the OECD, in addition to non-Western democracies and under-represented stakeholders from developing countries.

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