The Anti-Illicit Trade Declaration
Calling on the International Community to address all Forms of Illicit Trade


OISTE foundation allows users to control their digital identities. Subject to well-understood and secure algorithms that ensure the continued validity of an identity and its claims, the user is the ultimate authority on their identity.

Representatives from OISTE Foundation ,Sucafina, PMI International, WISeKey SA and Zermatt Summit Foundation
during the signing ceremony of anti-illicit trade declaration.

Anti-Illicit Trade Declaration Signed Zermatt

The transHuman Code Bestseller and Ethics in AI Debated at the 2019 Zermatt Summit

The transHuman Code Bestseller and Ethics in AI Debated at the 2019 Zermatt Summit
Global thought-leaders to converge for social impact event in Zermatt
This year’s theme is “entrepreneurship to serve the common good”.

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OISTE Foundation supports several causes around the world. Here are some examples:

Eucharistein association

We are proud at the OISTE foundation to support the Eucharistein association founded by this amazing person, father Nicolas Buttet. He was a predominant Swiss politician and lawyer that gave up verything material in life to focus on the essential. As he says on the Swiss TV interview he decided to change the world of materialism, of consumption of knowledge, of power to focus on the human, the nature, the creation and the direct contact with things that matter. #Inspirational

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Blockchain Center of Excellence

SUMMIT 2016ID2020: PwC supports efforts to
provide a digital identity for
everyone on the planet.

WISEKEY SA Increasing
Digital Connectivity to the Poor

Roundtable organised by OISTE and the WTPF
WSIS Forum 2017
E-commerce platforms

OISTE.ORG celebrates its 20th anniversary. The OISTE Foundation has been working with the UN and other governmental and non-governmental international organizations since 1998. Today, in line with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals, target 16.9 – giving everyone a legal identity by 2030 – OISTE focuses on the challenge of harnessing digital identity for the global community.

OISTE holds special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the UN (ECOSOC) and is an accredited member of the Non-commercial Users Stakeholders Group (NCSG) of ICANN as part of the Not-for-Profit Operational Concerns (NPOC) constituency.

Learn about our work

  • A landmark in human rights in the digital space: the EU General Data Protection Regulation – more information.
  • Become a protagonist of change: visit
  • Full text of the new European General Data Protection Regulation – more information.
  • 10 human rights priorities for the information and communications technology sector – more information.

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