Molly Holzschlag called for more attention to the UNESCO’s ROAM principles, a United Nations policy framework for an internet for all: Rights, Openness, Accessibility to all, Multistakeholder participation.
Finalized in 2018, they are the result of a five-year process to formalize “Internet Universality” (history). Currently, the process of voluntary national implementation at country-level is under way.
A summary leaflet and the full publication are available from the UNESCO's website.
I agree with Molly Holzschlag: this should really be wider known (and maybe the Wikipedia page brought up-to-date as well). And even more so, I’d hope this to be broadly adapted in policy-making around the globe.