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The Geneva Internet Conference, which is being organised as a focal event of the Geneva Internet Platform (GIP), will be organised as a process with a number of preparatory and follow-up activities. Users and communities worldwide will participate in interactive sessions via e-participation and remote hubs. Before the conference, substantive discussions will focus on key themes to inform the design of the conference and to facilitate dialogue between the IG and other policy communities (security, migration, climate...

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Reshaping digital governance: Why Geneva matters

8 April 2014 (13.00 – 14.30 CET)
World Meteorological Organization Building (WMO) - 2nd floor
7bis, avenue de la Paix, Geneva

 

Registrations are now closed.

For further inquiries email GIP@diplomacy.edu
or contact us at 022 9073633.
 

Programme

12.00–13.00 An Internet Governance Bazaar will feature policy initiatives, training...

The Internet Governance Forum (IGF) 2013 is almost upon us.  Pre-events start before the actual meeting 22-26 October. Reservations have been made, and last-minute hotel arrangements are rushing across the Internet, a bit more tensely than usual, because many decisions were made at the last minute due to late confirmation by the host.

So those who are going to Bali are thinking about what to pack, and trying to fit everything into a carry-on. They may arrive a day early to catch up on their sleep, and to adjust to the Bali time zone of UTC/GMT +8 hours But what about those of us who...

[Update] The digest, webinar recording and speaker's presentation are available here.

Much of the US media coverage of PRISM has concentrated on the program’s impact on the constitutional rights of US Internet users. But what about the billions of Internet users around the world whose private information is stored on US servers, or whose data travels across US networks?

Our June webinar, hosted by...

[Update] The digest, webinar recording, and speaker's presentation are available here.

Many different aspects are involved: the costs to mitigate the attacks; the fact that an attack can affect millions of online users directly or indirectly; and the fact that attacks can target not only private entities but important structures like Internet eXchange Points (IXP).

During April's webinar, ...

[Update] The digest and webinar recording are available here.

Our March webinar, on Tuesday, 26th March, will focus on ICANN’s new engagement strategy in the developing world. Our discussion will be led by Dr Tarek Kamel, ICANN’s Senior Advisor to the President, and former Minister of Communication and Information Technology in Egypt. Read more about Dr Kamel...

The wide range of issues covered by the field of Internet governance (IG) can sometimes be a problem to cope with. From a multistakeholder approach, across human rights and privacy issues, to the technical improvements needed and maintenance of the technical systems required for the proper running of the Internet on a best effort service base. Diversity is wide; the number of experts involved in the process is high. On an expert level, the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) is a proper way to...

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