CALL FOR PAPERS
We are inviting research papers from academia, research scholars, civil society organisations and government representatives to submit their research papers, experience papers and poster papers in any of the four broad theme areas of the summit – access, freedom of expression, privacy, and digital literacy and empowerment. We encourage papers with intersectional topics and new concepts covering any aspects of the broad themes.
- Research papers: papers that document complete or ongoing research in one or more aspects of freedom of expression, privacy, access, and digital literacy and empowerment with proven or potential capability to advance the state of research in the field. Complete research papers are limited to 10 pages while ongoing research papers are limited to 4 pages.
- Experience papers: papers that describe completed or ongoing innovations in privacy, access or digital literacy and empowerment policy or practice with proven or potential capability to advance the…
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