Cyberspace is present in, and affects, every aspect of our lives. It allows to connect with each other, to work, to learn, to do business, and to create communities. It helps us to benefit from essential services, such as healthcare, or access to food or water, and it ensures that we have access and means to exercise our rights - from protecting our privacy to exercising our democratic rights – are protected.
One year ago, the CyberPeace Institute was created to remind us all that the digital space is first and foremost a human space. We mobilise a global and diverse community to ensure human security, dignity and equity in cyberspace – to achieve cyberpeace.
It is our pleasure to invite you to attend our first annual meeting, at which we welcome renowned thought leaders to examine the complex path towards Peace in the cyberspace in four panel discussions:
Ensuring human security: accessing and protecting essential services such as healthcare, food and water;
Ensuring human dignity and equity: safeguarding basic and critical rights, such as accessing finance and digital identity;
Philanthropy for cyberpeace: contributing to peace, justice, and security in cyberspace;
Closing the accountability gap: using evidence-based analysis to investigate the human impact of cyberattacks.
This is a free online event open to all!
The event is kindly supported by
the Geneva Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services
and sponsored by Campus Biotech, Lenz Staehelin, Zurich Assurance, Allnews and Montreal International.
ABOUT THE CYBERPEACE INSTITUTE
As you, we are citizens who seek peace and justice in cyberspace.
We are funded and supported by people who share this vision.
As a non-profit at the heart of the international community in Geneva, in Switzerland, we are independent of any political ideology, economic interest or religion.
No one is beyond scrutiny – not individuals, industries or state actors.
We are a driving force for accountability in cyberspace, for everyone, everywhere.