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The Global Digital Human Rights for 4IR as a project Global Shapers Moscow and Global Law Forum will give you the opportunity to navigate the world of digital opportunities (Human Rights 4.0)
The Global Digital Human Rights for 4IR as a project Global Shapers Moscow and Global Law Forum will give you the opportunity to navigate the world of digital opportunities (human rights 4.0)
We need to manage digital risks, create an innovative legal climate in order to give digitalization a human face and expand the ability of everyone to influence their lives and develop sustainably



The context of the era and your life
Will there be a place for a person in the digital world?
Apart from the fact that digital technologies and artificial intelligence have enormous advantages, they become an instrument of total control, interference with privacy and exploitation of people. Often, technology does not contribute to the realization of our potential, but only exacerbates access to benefits and limits freedoms.
Objective of the project
Digital human rights education and learning, in the context of sustainable managed development goals (SDG 16 UN)
Project mission
The project aims to direct digitalization in the world on a sustainable human-oriented course.
The forthcoming "The Great Reset" should be aimed at international cooperation on the creation of a
Convention (and Declaration)
on Global Digital Human Rights 4.0.
Project tasks
1. Education on global digital human rights
2. Initiation of the legal regulation of digitalization in the interests of human, not of narrow groups
3. Involvement of global shapers and the maximum number of stakeholders in the construction of human-oriented digitalization in the context of "the great reset"

Project team

Maksim Burianov
Project Leader «Global Digital Human Rights for 4IR» at Global Shapers Community Moscow (an initiative by the World Economic Forum);
Initiator of the Declaration of Global Digital Human Rights and UN SDG 16 Ambassador to Russia
Annman Kantsyan
Impact Officer at Global Shapers Community Moscow (an initiative by the World Economic Forum);
Editor of the Declaration of Global Digital Human Rights
Alla Dynko
Curator at Global Shapers Community Moscow (an initiative by the World Economic Forum) 
Slava Mirowski
Development Expert"Global Digital Human Rights for 4IR" at Global Shapers Community Moscow (an initiative by the World Economic Forum)
Dark side of the digital world
In a speech before the UN General Assembly, the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres spoke about the “four horsemen in our midst’ that pose a threat to the global future. Amongst the ‘four horsemen’ is the ‘dark side of the digital world’ which includes job displacement provoked by automation, misuse of cyberspace by terrorists, cybercrime, and the spread of fake news. Guterres also touched upon the rapid development of artificial intelligence (AI), the proliferation of lethal autonomous weapons as well as the need to tackle growing digital fragmentation through cooperation between the private sector, civil society and governments.

We have a collective responsibility to give direction to these technologies so that we maximize benefits and curtail unintended consequences and malicious use: https://www.un.org/en/content/digital-cooperation-roadmap/

Know your rights in the digital world

Global digital human rights are opportunities for development for everyone from birth, anywhere in the world, through access to the digital benefits of civilization.
They should be ensured by enshrining in the system the forms of international law and domestic law (and global law in perspective)

Read about us on the World Economic Forum agenda: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/08/here-s-why-we-need-a-declaration-of-global-digital-human-rights/

Use your digital rights and enjoy the benefits:

A digital framework for the human rights enshrined in the International Bill of Human Rights (digital mechanisms for the realization of human rights are needed)
Banning the use of technology to violate human rights (there are risks of total surveillance and control by Internet technologies of things and face recognition)
The right to the protection of personal data in the age of industry 4.0
(data should only be collected for one specific purpose; after use, data should be destroyed; transparent and accountable mechanisms for monitoring the use of data are needed)

Opportunities for accessing technology from industry 4.0 to overcome social inequalities (covering education, labour, health and basic social services through new technologies)
Rights to protect genetic information and health data (in the context of the development of biotechnology, bioengineering, telemedicine)
The right of access to the global Internet for everyone
The international human rights obligations of States in the 4IR age must be updated
Rapid changes in people's lives (social relations) require continuous updating of the law that regulates it. This means that the digitalization (4IR) of all spheres of life and the digital risks arising from it (inequality, militarization, total control and others) require adequate legal regulation. Since in today's world law is inextricably linked with human rights - digital human rights 4.0 are the answer to the dark sides of digitalization.
Mankind must remember the historical lesson of the middle of the last century
The struggle for human rights and new steps forward must continue in every generation and in every country. Because human rights is primarily an area where standing still is a retreat
Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962)
While working at the UN, she chaired the committee drafting the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Eleanor Roosevelt is one of the initiators and patrons of the creation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Declaration of Human Rights (1948) - a new type of document that organized humanity created at a time when the power of man over nature through science had grown extraordinary and it was necessary to decide how to benefit from it
Rene Cassin (1887-1976)
Co-author of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Winner of the 1968 Nobel Peace Prize and the UN Human Rights Prize of the same year.
Closing that divide requires us to recognize that we are living in a new type of innovation-driven economy, and that new global norms, standards, policies, and conventions are needed to safeguard the public trust. Globalization 4.0 has only just begun, but we are already vastly underprepared for it. Clinging to an outdated mindset and tinkering with our existing processes and institutions will not do. Rather, we need to redesign them from the ground up, so that we can capitalize on the new opportunities that await us, while avoiding the kind of disruptions that we are witnessing today. The changes that are underway today are not isolated to a particular country, industry, or issue. They are universal, and thus require a global response. Failing to adopt a new cooperative approach would be a tragedy for humankind
Klaus Schwab
Founder and CEO of the World Economic Forum.
Founder of the Global Shapers Community.
When the drafts of the Declaration and Covenants were being developed, we were only moving from the second industrial revolution to the third. The UN Charter (1945), the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948), the Covenants on Human Rights (1966), and other fundamental acts were adopted after two inhumane world wars and became a belated decision in defining and legalizing universal values. But consolidation of human rights at the international level was proposed even before the events of 1941-1945... We are now rapidly entering the Fourth Industrial Revolution and Globalization 4.0 in 2020. Will we take a historical lesson or will it all happen again?

"The Great Reset": Global Action Plan to Regulate Digitalization for the Benefit of Everyone

1
Scientific-theoretical development.
How can we regulate digitalization if we do not understand what rights we need on a global scale?
We must develop a theoretical framework for digital human rights.
The product of the stage is a draft normative instrument
2
The legal framework. Draft Declaration of Global Digital Human Rights developed and proposed for discussion and adoption by the United Nations (UN), followed by the Convention on Global Digital Human Rights. The product of the Stage - the Convention on Global Digital Human Rights
3
The level of application of the legal norms.
Aimed at effective application and implementation of the norms from the 2nd stage, which will be contained in the Declaration and the Convention. After the adoption of these documents, it will be necessary to develop mechanisms for their implementation at the national level. In addition, the institution of responsibility and redress for the violation of global digital human rights should be established
4
Level of education and civil society supported by media.
The level of education and civil society are supportive, but important for the effectiveness of the three main levels mentioned above. With the help of Global Shapers, this will help to increase cooperation between nations and peoples in education, science and culture
A digital shell for your rights

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After World War II the international community united under the auspices of the United Nations to build a common future. Today, amid permanent tensions and turbulence in international relations, de facto dominance of the “rule of force”, outbreak of the pandemic, and emergence of new digital threats to international security, we need this to happen again. A key role here belongs to shaping a digital dimension for the SDGs
through global digital human rights. They should become the basis for the emerging global law and global governance for the sustainable development

Maksim Burianov

Global Shaper at the World Economic Forum.
UN SDG Ambassador to Russia and initiator of the Declaration of Global Digital Human Rights.
Coordinator of the "Global Digital Human Rights for 4IR" Project.
Write to: globalmaxlaw@gmail.com

Probation and scientific grounds


The concept has been tested at scientific conferences:

International Scientific Conference "Sorokin Readings" at the Sociological Faculty of Moscow State University, February 17, 2020; International Scientific and Practical Conference - XXYIII Moiseev Readings "N.N. Moiseev about Russia in the XXI century: global challenges, risks and solutions", Russian Academy of Sciences, March 2, 2020; and other conferences (MGIMO, Moscow State University, IZISP, Moscow State Law Academy). The concept won the International Competition of scientific and creative works "Legal culture - the basis of harmonious development of the individual and society" on "Digitalization of law: universal prosperity or digital dictatorship?
This concept was developed by Maksim Burianov and for this he became ambassador of SDG 16 of the UN of Russia.
And won the horizon-2100 international competition

Read about us on the World Economic Forum agenda:
https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/08/here-s-why-we-need-a-declaration-of-global-digital-human-rights/

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