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[liberationtech] New Book Human Rights and Technology

Mariateresa Garrido Villareal mgarrido at doctorate.upeace.org
Tue Mar 28 13:09:22 PDT 2017


Dear all,


Is my pleasure to announce the latest UPEACE publication: "Human Rights and Technology. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development". You can download the full book from: http://www.upeace.org/research-publications/recent-publications

The book is a compilation of articles evaluating the possibilities that technology offers to better protect human rights and achieve the SDGs. The  index is as follows:

1. Technology and the Sustainable Development Goals:
A Right to Development Approach. Mihir Kanade


2. Emergent Challenges in International Investment Law:

Investing in ICT. Ivory Mills


3. Networks for sustainability: The role of social media in converging offline gaps. Deborah Sun Kim


4. Las plataformas digitales de acceso a la información pública como mecanismos de visibilidad y prevención de la violencia hacia las personas LGBTI en las Américas. Juan Pablo Delgado Miranda


5. Emergent LGBTI Rights Documentation Policy

and Practice in Africa. David Buchbinder

6. Libertad de expresión, participación ciudadana y los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible en Venezuela.
Mariateresa Garrido Villareal & Andrea Isabel Garrido Villareal.

7. Technology and Human Rights: Revisiting the Role of ICT in Bridging Gender Inequality in Sub-Saharan Africa. Nnenna Ajufo

8. Mujeres, derechos humanos y Web 2.0 en el sureste de México. Dora Elia Ramos Muñoz & Ramón Abraham Mena Farrera

9. Progress and peril: the role of ICT companies in promoting and curtailing human rights. Priya Kumar, Revati Prasad & Nathalie Maréchal

10. Operationalising the right to water and sanitation and gender equality via appropriate technology in rural Nepal.
Pamela White, Sanna-Leena Rautanen & Pallab Raj Nepal

11. Technological innovations and equitable access to clean
drinking water – three case studies from Gujarat, India. Ashish Ranjan, Linda Annala, Navdeep Mathur,
Ankur Sarin & Yewondwossen Tesfaye

12. Critical Human Rights Education and Technologies of Peace: A Teleology Too Far? Kris Hyesoo Lee, Loughlin Sweeney & Kevin Kester


I hope that many articles are of your interest!

Best,

Mariateresa Garrido

PhD Candidate

University for Peace - Department of International Law

www.upeace.org<http://www.upeace.org/>


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