Who can join?

Public officials

Further the development of smart cities globally with a human rights perspective. If you’re a public official and would like to find out how to incorporate a human rights focus into your city’s processes, sign in and join our community.

You’ll have access to:

  • Up-to-date documentation on human rights in the digital era.
  • Learning tools.
  • The Latin American Guide to Digital Rights
  • Noteworthy study cases of cities around the world.
  • Reports and interviews with key players in the world.
  • Project funding rounds.
  • Skills training and events.
  • Our forum and inquiry spaces.
  • Specialised mentoring

What do you need in order to sign up?

  • Have an email address tied to the public institution you work at.
  • Fill out your profile telling us more about you.
  • Once you sign up, we’ll read your application and get back to you via email within 72 hours.

Who forms part of our network of public officials?

This space is dedicated to public officials, who form part of a central, regional, or local government administration and multilateral organisations.

We want to offer you an environment of support and trust, where opportunities and challenges can be openly shared. For this reason, we submit every participant to a process of verification and approval.

We also have a code of conduct, with the objective of fostering a collaborative, safe, and respectful environment. Sign up! Join the Cities and Digital Rights community. 

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24 April 2024

Mentoring

Exploring AI needs-centred approach with vulnerable communities

Resources

Practical guides for digital transformation in Latin America and the world.

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Mission event: Fostering transparency and participation in cities
Niterói launches Digital Rights Guide in Local Governments during webinar
Niterói launches Digital Rights Guide in Local Governments during webinar
The City of Brussels: Setting Foundations on Digital Human Rights
The City of Brussels: Setting Foundations on Digital Human Rights

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