In a rallying call to bring a more diverse group of voices to the digital ID discussion, Zara Rahman makes the case that "digital identity is more than a digital rights issue".
From the impact identification can have for freedom fighters in Bangladesh to sex workers in Senegal, they illustrate both the positive potential and the serious challenges it brings.
At the heart of their approach is a dialogue that seeks to reach a cross-section of society. As they say:
Rahman points out why this is a conversation we need to have now, and the scale of what's at stake: