TechWatch

enhancing the response to human rights challenges in the digital era

In collaboration with Electronic Frontier Norway (Elektronisk Forpost Norge, EFN)

TechWatch initiative builds on the foundations laid by the Czech-Norwegian project “Promoting Human Rights in the Digital Era” (2022-2024), financed by Norway Funds (LP-HRMGSA-017).This project is committed to arming media, business and IT students, journalists, and tech experts with the critical skills to adeptly navigate the complex interplay between technology and human rights, ensuring technology uplifts rather than undermines human dignity.

 

Project Duration: November, 2023 – April, 2024 

#TechWatch Updates

Stay informed with the latest developments and insights.

  • February 14, 2024. AI, media, and social impact: Engaging discussions with experts at Oslo Rebel.
  • February 13, 2024. PCMS Chair provided insights into the evolving role of media and technology in Oslo.
  • February 12, 2024. A series of seminars at University Campus Helgeland in Mo i Rana with students.
  • February 7, 2024. We unveiled our Norway tour, packed with discussions, seminars, and interactions with local experts and students.
  • February 5, 2024. Read our press release available in both Czech and English.

Project Partners

A Glimpse into Our Activities

 

  • Interactive Seminars and Lectures: Delivered by experts in Norway, these sessions offer deep insights into the relationship between technology and human rights.
  • Expert Panels and Discussions: Engaging forums where Czech and Norwegian professionals share experiences and best practices.
  • Educational Material Development: Tailored resources for students and professionals to integrate human rights considerations into their digital endeavors.
  • Collaborative Workshops: Hands-on experiences to apply learning in real-world scenarios.

The #TechWatch project is being supported by the Open Society Fund Prague, Committee of Good Will – Olga Havel Foundation and Czech Scouting Institute within the Active Citizens Fund program, which promotes citizens’ active participation in the public life and decision making and builds capacities of civil society organizations. The program is financed by the EEA and Norway Grants.