Synergising digital public infrastructure and digital commons for sustainable development: the governance of digital resources in India and the EU

Dang, Vy / Aliasger Bootwalla / Eva Maria Lynders / Wulf Reiners
External Publications (2024)

published on, 28.03.2024

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Digital Public Infrastructure (DPI) and digital commons have the potential to accelerate achievement of the sustainable development goals. Both India and the European Union recognise this: India is a pioneer in DPI, while the concept of digital commons is gaining better attention within the EU. The partners must now work towards a joint understanding of the core principles that govern digital resources.

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