Humane and Ethical Dimentions of Digital Transformation


The United Nations General Assembly proclaimed ‘The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)1 in December 1948. This is the first universally accepted code of standards for human rights. It was mandated to be achieved for all people by all sovereign nations. The UDHR has been translated into more than five hundred languages and is continuing to serve as the compendium for all legislations enacted by all countries across the world. It has also facilitated negotiation and signing of about seventy treaties connected with
human rights which are being applied on an enduring basis across all continents and regions. Any violation of the thirty principles set out in the UDHR are, therefore Read more