unctad.org | Digital Justice for Consumers
Digital Justice for Consumers
07 November 2017
Haldane Room, Wolfson College, Oxford University
Oxford, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Key Issues

​UNCTAD participates in Oxford University's workshop on Digital Justice for Consumers on the United Nations Guidelines for Consumer Protection.

The University of Oxford, Wolfson College, invited UNCTAD to participate in the Workshop on Digital Justice for Consumers. The workshop will assess how the increasing ease and speed that we are able to purchase goods and services online exposes consumers to the increasing risk of new types of disputes. 

The international panel of speakers will consider how traditional legal institutions are inadequate for this new digital world of cross-border commerce and assess the extent of this 'Digital Justice Gap', with the aim of proposing solutions for a new global digital justice framework.

The international panel of speakers will consider how traditional legal institutions are inadequate for this new digital world of cross-border commerce and assess the extent of this 'Digital Justice Gap', with the aim of proposing solutions for a new global digital justice framework.
 
Professor Ethan Katsh and Dr. Orna Rabinovich-Einy will discuss their new book published by the OUP (2017) titled: Digital Justice: Technology and the Internet of Disputes.

Programme

Co-organized with:Department of Consumer Affairs, Government of India
Sponsor / funding:Department of Consumer Affairs, Government of India
Language(s):English
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