OSCE summer school trains Central Asian students in human rights, cybersecurity
NUR-SULTAN -- The Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) on Monday (July 8) kicked off a summer school in Nur-Sultan for law students and young law researchers on the relationship between human rights and cybersecurity.
Thirty law students and young researchers from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia will learn the key legal aspects of the development and exercise of human rights in cyberspace, the OSCE said in a statement.
During the five-day summer school, participants will discuss national and international policies on internet governance and its related challenges and opportunities for "protecting and enjoying citizens' rights and freedoms", the statement said.
Discussion themes will include public privacy in cyberspace, personal data regulations and protection and efforts to improve online security.
The participants will also be assigned "to develop a common project idea on international co-operation on human rights and cybersecurity matters", said the statement.