Marielza Oliveira is Director division for digital inclusion, policies and information.
What does ‘information as a public good’, and make those open and available in a trustworthy way mean? Why is it so important? How to lower (or even get rid of) exposure to harmful content, and both protect and empower people locally and worldwide? What other big threats and related accountability issues are created in this Digital Age? What policy instruments and actions need to be developed and deployed to address those? What are good respectively bad examples where policies including regulations are catching up with technological developments? How to help essential decision makers such as judges understanding digital (eco)systems, developments and their consequences to people and society? Regarding multi-stakeholder conversations, which stakeholders and networks should be at the table? What is the role of digital in SDGs, and achieving and sustaining those, before and after 2030? Where and how can the Institute for Accountability help facilitate with the mission of UNESCO? And, when is the next relevant event by UNESCO to discuss these and related important matters?