South Africa hosts an event unpacking a WTO ECommerce initiative that far from delivering on a promise of ‘ECommerce for Development’ would deepen digital divides and perpetuate concentrated wealth and power among Big Tech’s global elite.
August 16, 2019 Produced by Lynn Fries / GPEnewsdocs
This mini-documentary features clips from the 2019 WTO Aid for Trade Global Review, specifically comments by speakers presenting at two side events respectively– Aid for Digital Transformation & Financing Digital Industrialization – both organized by the South African Mission to the World Trade Organization.
Featured speakers by order of appearance as follows:
- Richard Hill: President, Association for Proper Internet Governance; Former International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Senior Official; Author of The New International Telecommunications Regulations and the Internet
- Xolelwa Mlumbi-Peter: Ambassador, South Africa Permanent Mission to the World Trade Organization
- Vahini Naidu: Counsellor, South African Permanent Mission to the World Trade Organization
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Originally aired on US & South African public access TV
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