Particularly on social media, hate speech corrodes the culture of debate and the solidarity among internet users in our open societies. These challenges and potential counter-strategies were discussed at the virtual conference held on 18 February 2021.
Estonia, France, Germany, Poland, Portugal and Slovenia have together drawn up a non‑paper that contains proposals for the EU’s future cyber diplomacy.
What form should international cooperation on digital issues take in order to be able to cope with future challenges? Germany and the United Arab Emirates have interviewed people and organisations from more than a hundred countries and compiled recommendations at the request of the UN.
The Munich Security Conference (MSC) is holding its Cyber Security Summit 2019 in Berlin. The focus is on global competition over information technologies, resilience to cyber attacks and disinformation, and security-policy aspects of internet governance.
The Alliance for Multilateralism’s event at the 2019 Paris Peace Forum focuses on new technologies and examines how we should deal with the challenges and issues that new, digital technologies pose for politics and societies worldwide.
The Alliance for Multilateralism is growing – and bearing fruit. At the United Nations General Assembly in New York, Foreign Minister Maas and like-minded states launched six concrete initiatives for tackling global challenges together.