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©Arthur Pequin pour Bordeaux Métropole. Panoramic view of Bordeaux City.

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Bordeaux Métropole has been pursuing an active policy to include citizens for several years. It has been working to implement and develop actions to help citizens cope with the digital changes we are facing today :

 

 

 

 

 

The Declaration of Cities Coalition for Digital Rights signed by the President of Bordeaux Métropole on 18 July 2019 is a strong and engaging gesture showing that the city of Bordeaux and its metropolis want to take part in more in digital policy. It is also an opportunity to get closer to cities that are asking the same questions and to gather, from them, examples of solutions implemented. This type of very rich exchange is also a way of anticipating certain problems or phenomena that have hit other cities before us. Together with the signing of this charter, Bordeaux Métropole undertakes to implement the following actions :

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bordeaux Métropole is committed to bringing together a community of users to engage them in the design of usage and service policies. It wants to put in place various measures that concretely and directly involve citizens :

 

 

 

 

(Header picture by ©Arthur Pequin pour Bordeaux Métropole)

Endorse my city

"I request my city council to join the cities coalition for digital rights and protect and uphold our human rights in my city. The same human rights that people have offline must also be protected online."

Cities who would like to sign and learn more about the coalition, please review the checklist of digital rights actions and fill out this form to formally indicate your interest in joining. For more information, contact us at: endorse@citiesfordigitalrights.org

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