The Internet rights are human rights is a series of training modules concerned with the relationship between human rights, ICTs and the internet. These modules are intended to help those who work on human rights and/or ICTs, and others with an interest in the issues, to understand ways in which the internet is affecting the enjoyment and protection of rights – now and in the future – and explore how these affect their work.

Developed by: David Souter.

Overview: This module provides an overview of the relationship between the internet, freedom of association and freedom of assembly.

Materials: (PDF)

 

Freedom of association and freedom of assembly: Internet rights are human rights
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