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Colleagues from across the third sector and from the SDGs network are invited to share their case studies and examples here. This page will form the basis of the SCVO submission to the UN Special Rapporteur. Please share any case studies and contributions by Thursday the 9th of May 2019.
 
Colleagues from across the third sector and from the SDGs network are invited to share their case studies and examples here. This page will form the basis of the SCVO submission to the UN Special Rapporteur. Please share any case studies and contributions by Thursday the 9th of May 2019.
  
SCVO's final submission is available here: https://scvo.org.uk/post/2019/05/22/scvo-submission-to-un-special-rapporteur-on-extreme-poverty-and-human-rights
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The impact of digital technologies on social protection and human rights
  
The UN Special Rapporteur's call for submissions is available here: https://www.ohchr.org/EN/Issues/Poverty/Pages/CallforinputGADigitalTechnology.aspx
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20 May 2019

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