GDPI Launch: Digital Technology and Democracy
GDPI's program launch took place on October 6, 2017. The event featured conference panels focused on the topic of Digital Technology and Democracy, as well as a keynote conversation between Eileen Donahoe and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Digital Technology, Diplomacy, and Democratic Values
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton formally launched the Global Digital Policy Incubator at Stanford University on October 6, 2017. Her keynote remarks and conversation with Eileen Donahoe framed the importance of GDPI as a convening force for stakeholders searching for viable policy answers to the emerging challenges in the digital space.
More from the GDPI Launch Event
When Freedom of Expression Conflicts with Democracy
When Information Becomes the Weapon
Digital Platforms and Democratic Responsibility
GDPI: What we do
Identify and incubate high potential digital policies and technologies.
Generate implementation & advocacy strategies for security & rights enhancing governance.
Convene global multi-stakeholder thought leaders & governance actors.
Global Internet Governance:
Freedom On the Net 2017
GDPI Hosted Freedom house at Stanford as they launched their annual Freedom on the Net report.