I&J contributed

Published on
September 5, 2018

The Danish Government and its Tech Ambassador Casper Klynge invited I&J Deputy Director Paul Fehlinger to participate in the Global Governance in the Digital Age Summit, which took take place on September 6, 2018, in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The Summit gathered international thought leaders, experts, business representatives, civil society and researchers to re-think global governance in the digital age. Other participants included Anders Samuelsen, Danish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Peggy Hicks, Director at the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Andrew Wyckoff, Director for Science, Technology and Innovation at the OECD, or Anne Marie Engtoft Larsen, Knowledge Lead of Science and Technology Studies at the World Economic Forum.

The Summit developed principles for global governance in the areas of technology and digitalization in four domains: Innovative and Inclusive Digital Growth; Ethically and Human Rights-based Use of Data and Technology; Security in a Digitized Society; and Agile Global Governance.