Tallinn University, Estonia

Mart Susi

Mart Susi is professor of human rights law at Tallinn University and visiting researcher at Universidad Autónoma de Chile. He is the Action Chair of Global Digital Human Rights Network and initiator of many international research and development projects.

He is the author of more than 50 articles, and in recent years has concentrated on digital human rights and new human rights. His recent publications are the Cambridge University Press monograph “Non-coherence theory¬†of digital human rights” (2024), and edited volume as co-editor “The Cambridge Handbook of new human rights”. He is a frequent speaker on international¬†forums and guest speaker at different universities across the globe.

His scientific contributions include the articulation of the Internet Balancing Formula and the decrease in universality and abstractness thesis.