We believe in a future where all citizens of the global digital ecosystem, no matter who they are or where they live, can enjoy equal rights to safety, freedom, and dignity.
But such a future can only become a reality if governments and leaders around the world put into place mutual and binding agreements to uphold these rights, to minimize opportunities for their infringement, and to develop universal mechanisms to hold violations to account.
WHAT WE DO
To achieve universal equality of safety, freedom, and dignity in our digital future, we need a universal approach to defining, upholding, and advancing digital rights – for everyone.
At AUDRi, we use our international networks and experience in human rights research, action, and advocacy, to convene knowledge, co-create solutions, and champion change.
AUDRi is bringing together knowledge and evidence of the opportunities and challenges presented by digital technologies and networks, particularly as they relate to women, girls, and other people from discriminated-against groups.
AUDRi works in collaboration with those whose insight is informed by lived experience and expert understanding, to curate legal, ethical, and technical solutions to potential harms.
AUDRi is calling for the adoption of a universal digital rights framework, rooted in human rights law and underpinned by an intersectional feminist, anti-discrimination analysis. To facilitate this, we have developed a set of Digital Principles, which focus on promoting:
Equal protection from persecution, discrimination, and abuse
Equal access to information, opportunity, and community
Equal respect for privacy, identity, and self-expressionFind out more