As part of Human Rights Film festival, on 8th December 2021, we discuss the impact of the Internet platform on human rights and the challenges of protecting human rights – the right to freedom of expression, participation, non-discrimination, the right to privacy and workers’ rights.

We talk about how the platforms affect our rights, how the EU intends to regulate this area with the new Digital Service Act and what is the situation in Croatia – what new initiatives in this area are advocating for.


Panelists:


Tena Šimonović Einwalter, The Ombudswoman of the Republic of Croatia

Diego Naranjo, Head of Policy, European Digital Rights Initiative

Birgitte Kofod Olse, co-founder of DataEthics

Iva Filipović, Digital Platform Workers Union


Sunčica Brnardić, Adviser on Labor and Social Law, Union of Autonomous Trade Unions of Croatia


Simultaneous translation from English to Croatian and vice versa is provided !!

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