Cities for
Digital Rights

To protect and uphold digital rights at the local and global level

The Cities Coalition for Digital Rights, aims to promote, protect and uphold human rights on the internet at the local and global level.
With the support of the United Nations Human Settlements Program (UN-Habitat), we share best practices, learn from each other's challenges and successes, and coordinate common initiatives and actions. Inspired by the Internet Rights and Principles Coalition (IRPC) the work of 300 international stakeholders over the past ten years.

Latest Activities

  • CC4DR in Practice: City of San Jose, Data Equity Strategy

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  • City profiles: Long Beach

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  • City profiles: Balikesir

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Upcoming Events

CC4DR in Practice: Deep Dives
The ‘CC4DR in Practice’ sessions provide space for deep dives, workshops, and discussions.
NYC Open Data Week 2021- Demystifying open data for all New Yorkers
New York City
This is a week-long festival of community-driven events organized and produced by the NYC Mayor’s Office of Data Analytics and BetaNYC.
Mozilla Festival
MozFest is a unique hybrid: part art, tech and society convening, part maker festival, and the premiere gathering for activists in diverse global movements fighting for a more humane digital world.
AI & Big Data Expo Global 2021
A FREE online conference covering two days of top-level content and thought leadership discussions looking at the AI & Big Data ecosystem.
IoT Tech Expo Virtual
This virtual event is a FREE online conference consisting of top-level content and thought leadership discussions exploring the IoT ecosystem.
Cities who would like to sign and learn more about the coalition, please review the checklist of digital rights actions and apply to formally indicate your interest in joining.
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