While New Zealand’s political right were initially laughing the concept, the money was gathering behind Jacinda’s latest appeasement of FIANZ who are representing the global Islamic Caliphate here in New Zealand. The main benefit of course, to Islam, will be that no one can now tell of the horrors of Islamic terrorism that happen on a daily basis. Any opposition to Islamic terrorism and genocide currently happening in Africa and the Middle East can be swiftly silenced.
What started with just the founders of New Zealand and France quickly had 15 other countries and the European Commission signed up by May 15. (Australia, Canada, European Commission, France, Germany, Indonesia, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Jordan, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Senegal, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom).
By the 23rd of September that last had grown to over 50 with the addition of Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, Georgia, Ghana, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Maldives, Malta, Mexico, Mongolia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, South Korea, Slovenia, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, UNESCO, and the Council of Europe.
Currently 8 global IT and content providers had also signed up: Amazon, Daily Motion, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Qwant, Twitter, and YouTube.
The advisory group is full of big name, but has a smattering of wanna-be’s and includes the American front of the Muslim Brotherhood; CAIR.
The Christchurch Call Advisory Network membership has been drawn from interested civil society groups, who represent a range of perspectives, including human rights, freedom of expression, digital rights, counter-radicalization, victim support and public policy. Many of the Advisory Network members have been engaged on the Christchurch Call since its launch and are committed to continuing to share their expertise.
The Christchurch Call Advisory Network
- Access Now
- Africa Digital Policy Project
- Article 19
- Association for Progressive Communications
- Brookings Institution
- Center for Humane Technology
- Centre for Internet and Society, India
- Chicago Project on Security and Threats, University of Chicago
- Committee to Protect Journalists
- Council on American-Islamic Relations
- Dangerous Speech Project
- Data & Society
- Electronic Frontier Foundation
- French National Bar Council
- Global Disinformation Index
- Global Forum for Media Development
- Global Partners Digital
- Global Network Initiative
- Hedayah Center
- Human Rights Centre, UC, Berkeley School of Law
- ICT for Peace Foundation
- Institute for Strategic Dialogue
- International Cyber Policy Centre (Australian Strategic Policy Institute)
- Internet Governance Project, Georgia Tech
- Internet NZ
- Internet Sans Frontières
- Islamic Women’s Council of New Zealand
- Life After Hate
- New America’s Open Technology Institute (New America Foundation)
- NZ Council for Civil Liberties
- Reporters Without Borders (RSF)
- Social Media Governance Initiative, Yale Law School
- Syrian Archive
- Tech Against Terrorism
- The International Muslim Association of New Zealand
- The Internet Society
- Tony Blair Institute for Global Change
- Wellington Abrahamic Council of Jews, Christians, and Muslims (NZ)
- Women’s Organisation of the Waikato Muslim Association
- Elina Noor (Visiting Fellow, Institute of Strategic and International Studies Malaysia)
- Matthew Shears (Internet and telecommunications policy consultant)