The EastWest Institute’s Global Cooperation in Cyberspace Initiative has released its Action Agenda for 2014-2015. The Agenda highlights the initiative’s objectives—to reduce conflict, crime and other disruptions in cyberspace and to promote stability, innovation and inclusion. It marks the initiative’s accomplishments during 2014 and presents a road map for 2015.
“We are here to help make the Internet a vehicle for a safer, more peaceful, more secure, more open world—where the creative human spirit can thrive,” says EWI Senior Vice President Bruce McConnell.
The Action Agenda summarizes the work of the initiative’s seven breakthrough groups essential to achieving its objectives. The report also features coverage of the initiative’s working roundtable held last June in San Francisco and its Global Cyberspace Cooperation Summit V held in Berlin last December. Global Cyberspace Cooperation Summit VI will be held in New York on September 9-10, 2015.