My name is Maksim Burianov. I am a Global Shaper, Youth messengers of the UN SDG 16 of Russia 2020, with the support of the UN, lawyer, and Researcher of global processes and risks. I am the initiator of the international Initiative Coordinator of the "Global Digital Human Rights for the 4IR" and director Global Law Forum
Expert of the ITU UN Youth Council in the CIS and participant of the Generation Connectin project
Expert of the ITU UN Youth Council in the CIS and participant of the Generation Connectin project
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Global Digital Human Rights as the significant opportunities for human development received from birth, giving access to the digital benefits of civilization, which are established and provided by a system of forms of international law and state law.
Let's identify key global digital human rights
1. The right access to the global Internet, means of digital individualization and storage of digital assets, as well as other digital technologies;
2. The right to access information
3. The right to access reliable information and planetary processes;
4. The right to protect the individual's privacy and personal data (personal and biometric etc. data;
5. Receiving social services based on digital technology platforms
6. The right digital access to cultural property and education
7. The rights to participate in property turnover (transactions, digital transactions, etc.)
8. The possibility of realizing personal, social, economic, political and cultural rights on the basis of technological platforms (Digital shell for the realization of Human Rights).
• The priority of human conservation and development in the context of the creation of artificial intelligence.
20 FEBRARY, 2020
How to realize human rights in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution?

In anticipation of World Social Justice Day 2020, GlOBAL LAW FORUM coordinator Maksim Burianov is Shaping a response to the global risks of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. I propose the concept of "Global Digital Human Rights" as a systemic principle of digitalization and 4IR, which are able to form a qualitatively new model for the realization of human capabilities
The positive participation of human in 4IR

Why should Human Rights be Global and Digital?

We live in a world of dynamics of global and digital processes that will change our ways of interacting with reality
Human Rights 4.0 for The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR)
Industry 4.0 technologies are increasingly being introduced into all spheres of life. The introduction of technology does not take into account the impact on human capabilities. To positively enter the era of new technologies - the digitalization and 4IR strategy must go through the filter of "human rights". The fourth industrial revolution is to correct the mistakes of past industrial revolutions: social differentiation, global risks and low levels of realization of human rights.
The international legal consolidation of a new type of "global digital human rights" is necessary
Leadership in Globalization 4.0
Global economic and information processes increase the risks of 4IR, as the world has become interdependent and interpenetrating. Digital human rights need settlement globally, since local legal settlement a new kind of human rights will not allow us regulation Globalization 4.0. This will allow avoiding digital dictatorships, the negative use of digital technologies against humans, and avoiding the risks of introducing AI
Enthusiasm for overcoming global risks and achieving sustainable development
Pandemic context, reinforcing digitalization threats
Humanity must reunite before the risks of Globalization and 4IR:
1. The global legal consolidation of Global Digital Human Rights is the only way to overcome the risks to the survival of human civilization
2. The scientific and educational enlightenment of Global Digital Human Rights will improve the legal culture in the world, inform a person about their rights
3. Global governance should become an effective implementer of the strategy for the transition of civilization to Sustainable Development. Global governance must be based on emerging global law
Access to new technologies (Internet, Internet of things, blockchain, artificial intelligence, biotechnology, innovative healthcare and education technology) is becoming new criteria for inequality in the era of digital globalization.
We are called to resolve this issue - introducing the concept of "global digital human rights" in modern legal relations.

But we need to get going, because time is not on our side
We need urgent measures to internationally consolidate new human rights in the form of Declarations, then Conventions

Global Digital Human Rights Implementation Strategy

1. Scientific and theoretical level.
The scientific and theoretical level is basic - here it is necessary to consolidate the efforts of a network of universities, research centers and individual scientists to develop and harmonize the theoretical and legal model of Global Digital Human Rights in the context of 4IR. Among the research results, draft normative acts should become an important product of scientific exchange.
2. Normative legal consolidation.
Legal consolidation - will become possible on the above-mentioned innovative scientific and theoretical basis. The products of this stage should be the drafts of the Declaration of Global Digital Human Rights, developed and proposed for discussion and adoption by the United Nations (UN), and then the Convention of Global Digital Human Rights.
3. The level of enforcement.
The level of enforcement of norms - is aimed at the effective application and implementation of the above norms, which will be contained in the Declaration of Global Digital Human Rights and the Convention on Global Digital Human Rights. After the adoption of these standards, it will be necessary to develop mechanisms for their implementation at the domestic level.
In addition, it is necessary to develop an institution of responsibility to restore violated global digital human rights.
4. Level - education and global enlightenment, supported by the media and civil society
The level of education and civil society are auxiliary, but important for the effectiveness of the three main levels mentioned above. With the assistance of UNESCO, this will help expand the cooperation of states and peoples in the fields of education, science and culture.
Also, media support and an education program for a new era of global digital human rights are needed around the world.
Regarding educational programs, we will build cooperation with organizations involved in the study of global and existential risks:
  • Future of Humanity Institute, Oxford University
  • Centre for the Study of Existential Risk, University of Cambridge
  • Future of Life Institute, USA
  • X-Risks Institute, USA
  • Skoll Global Threats Fund, USA
  • Institute of Mathematical Research of Complex Systems named after I.R. Prigogine Moscow State University M.V. Lomonosova
The Bologna process - has shown good experience in regional integration, but in the century of global processes this is not enough. We propose forming a "Global Education"
International legal framework for regulating global digitalization through the new concept of Global Digital Human Rights. Click to view regulations:
  • 1. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948
  • 2. International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, 1966
  • 3. UNESCO Charter for the Preservation of the Digital Heritage, 2003
  • 4. "The future we want" is the final document of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development RIO + 20, 2012
  • 5. United Nations General Assembly Resolution on Information and Communication Technology for Development, 2013
  • 6. Resolution of the UN Human Rights Council on the promotion, protection and implementation of human rights on the Internet, 2014
  • 7. UN Human Rights Council resolution on the right to privacy in the digital age, 2018
  • 8. Resolution adopted by the UN General Assembly on combating the use of information and communication technologies for criminal purposes of 2019
The regulatory framework of the EU - it is necessary to take into account the experience of Europe to build a global regulation of the digitalization process. Click to view regulations:
  • 1. Computer Information Crime Convention ETS N 185 (Budapest, November 23, 2001)
  • 2. Resolution of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe on the right to access the Internet, 2014
  • 3. EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL. On the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and the repeal of Directive 95/46 / EC (General Data Protection Rules) of April 27, 2016
  • 4. Declaration on Cooperation in the Field of Artificial Intelligence (2018)

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