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Digital Responsibility and Ethical Business Practice

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The Park
Findhorn Foundation, The Park
Findhorn, IV36 3TZ United Kingdom
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How can we make the digital transformation of society a more positive and trustworthy process?

A global information crisis, characterised by confusion, cynicism, fragmentation, irresponsibility and apathy threatens to undermine the economic and social promise of digitalisation. This includes the spread of harmful and illegal content such as hate speech, disinformation, child abuse images, incitement of terrorism and self-harm.

How can a new wave of corporate ambition be shaped to ensure that the next 20 years of digital development are more beneficial to people and society than the last 20 have been?

Join a select group of influential people who will come together in person at the Findhorn Foundation in Scotland to help answer this question.

Paul Dickinson, Trustee of the Findhorn Foundation

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Join Convenors Jonny Shipp and Paul Dickinson and a group of influential people.

The event will be participant-led to enable the right dialogues to happen at the right time. As a meeting of expert peers the intention is for participants, supported by expert facilitation, to create content and lead sessions that enable us to:

  • imagine the world in 2040
  • scope Corporate Digital Responsibility
  • map today’s Digital Risk landscape
  • identify the challenges
  • assess the goals
  • build solidarity

Jonny Shipp – Executive Chair of the Internet Commission, Industry Vice-Chair of the Internet Watch Foundation 2010 – 2016.

Paul Dickinson – Co-founder and Executive Chair of CDP, which utilises investor authority to request corporations to gather and disclose detailed information including greenhouse gas emissions and strategy on climate change.

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