Beyond 125 Years: Securing our World’s Digital Future

Join us to Transform Cybersecurity Funding for Global Peace and Justice

125 years ago, The Hague hosted the first Peace Convention, leading to the establishment of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, the Peace Palace, and a worldwide ecosystem dedicated to peace and justice.

Today, as we navigate a digitised world, the vision of peace and justice is under threat. A fragmented, under-resourced architecture faces relentless cyberattacks, jeopardising international organisations, nonprofits, and volunteers who support access to clean water, humanitarian aid, healthcare, justice, and refugee protection. Their cybersecurity remains an undervalued universal good.

On 30 September 2024, join together with the City of The Hague, the CyberPeace Institute, and the Global Cyber Alliance for “Beyond 125 Years: Securing our World’s Digital Future.”

This is more than an event; it’s a call to action.

Building on successful initiatives like Cyber Peace Builders and Common Good Cyber, we are rallying global leaders, cyber defenders, and philanthropies to pledge and endorse the creation of a fund for cybersecurity as a common good.

Together, we can uphold the ideals of peace and justice by securing resources in this digital age to protect the most vulnerable.

Interested in making a difference? Find out more: https://cyberpeaceinstitute.org/event/the-hague-125.