Guidelines for the Governance of Digital Platforms

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UNESCO

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Digital Learning

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CC BY-SA

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PDF document

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access to informationdigital platformsfreedom of expression

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Safeguarding freedom of expression and access to information through a multistakeholder approach

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The Guidelines outline a set of duties, responsibilities and roles for States, digital platforms, intergovernmental organizations, civil society, media, academia, the technical community and other stakeholders to enable the environment where freedom of expression and information are in the core of digital platforms governance processes.

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