This policy brief recommends the G20 to to start monitoring the trends in technological adoption and skills development in each G20 country
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This document underlines the need for a new social contract between citizens, consumers, employees, the state, and enterprise is needed to delineate a new understanding around rights, responsibilities and entitlements. As a step towards defining such a contract, we set out seven norms for defining these relationships in the digital age.
This document proposes adopting the concept of ‘technological justice’ within our societies as a new paradigm for the international system to reconcile technological advances with the societal challenges facing our global society, especially poverty and sustainability. It proposes a number of policies and measures by which the G20 could take on a central role in pushing this major contribution onto the global agenda.