Digitally divided: Technology, inequality and human rights

This briefing outlines some of the most salient ways in which technology and inequality (economic, racial, gender, disability, and linguistic) are deeply connected, particularly at a moment of escalating economic and political destabilization. It seeks to build upon Amnesty International’s work on technology to show how the digitization of more areas of life is central to the ongoing fight for human rights around the world. By providing a broad overview of the major areas of concern, it aims to create a conceptual framework for policy actors, communities, and stakeholders working on human rights issues at the intersection of technology and inequality.
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