The Australia Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI), in collaboration with the United Kingdom Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) has made available this collection of downloadable cyber norms resources.
The resources support the global community’s efforts to raise awareness and implement the agreed United Nations’ (UN) cyber norms. Together with international law, the 11 UN norms of responsible state behaviour detail how countries should and should not behave in cyberspace. All countries endorsed the norms at the UN in 2015.
The resources are for use by governments, academia, civil society and industry in their outreach and engagement efforts. The materials are easily downloadable from this page, available for free, to use in publications, presentations, education and training.
Let us know how you are using the materials by tagging us: @AusAmbCyberTech, @_JohannaWeaver, @LondonCyber, @ASPI_ICPC, or join the #UNCyberNormsChallenge
- Bookmark of the UN cyber norms [PDF file]
- Compressed file of all 11 individual icons for each of the UN norms [EPS.ZIP] | [PNG.ZIP]
- Infographic of all 11 UN cyber norms [ZIP.EPS] | [PNG]
- Infographic of the UN framework [ZIP.EPS] | [PNG]
- Video animation “the UN framework” [English] [Bahasa Indonesia] [Burmese] [Filipino] [Khmer] [Lao] [Malay] [Thai] [Vietnamese]
- Video animation “the UN cyber norms” [English] [Bahasa Indonesia] [Burmese] [Filipino] [Khmer] [Lao] [Malay] [Thai] [Vietnamese]