Solving the Global Challenges of the Future
The fundamental humanitarian values are at risk in our constantly changing societies. The increasing dependence on space infrastructure, as an enabler of our digital lives, is shifting the balance of powers. The role of space infrastructure in achieving the 17 SDGs of United Nations is uncontested. In addition, due to its emergent importance, the sustainable development of space is actively considered for becoming the next SDG 18.
Our aim is to propose multidisciplinary and holistic solutions for the purpose of solving the Global Challenges of the Future, enabled by our core values: Diversity, Equality and Inclusion.
Who we are
The Society was founded by Ioana Bratu, in February 2022, and it is currently hosted at Amsterdam Law & Technology Institute, Law Faculty, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
We gather international academics, industry and governmental representatives, lawyers, scientists, experts in security studies, students, young professionals etc. The Society offers a multidisciplinary forum tackling with pressing issues concerning space law and its intersection with artificial intelligence.
Members are invited or selected based on their profile, motivation and adherence to the Society's core values.