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The Geneva Internet Conference (#IGeneva), which is being organised as a focal event of the Geneva Internet Platform (GIP), is a process with a number of preparatory and follow-up activities. Users and communities worldwide are participating 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...

There is less than a month to go to the Geneva Internet Conference. Scheduled for 18‒19 November, the conference will wrap up a very busy year in Internet governance (IG) and lay the basis for a decisive 2015.

2014 has been the year of  ‘a hundred blooming flowers’ with many organisations trying to advance ideas and concepts for the future of IG. Let’s take a look at what has been done so far this year.

Up to now, the major event was NETmundial (São Paulo, April 2014), co-organised by the President of Brazil and the Internet...

For the following analysis, we selected 31 IG-specific words and phrases. We extracted their frequency distributions across 91 IGF sessions, and then computed the distances between them[i] in order to be able to represent them spatially. The initial spatial representation is high-dimensional and thus not of much use for the human visual system. We then applied a dimensionality-reduction technique[ii]  to represent these words and phrases in 2D and 3D spaces (a 2D space is...

The four days of the 9th Annual Internet Governance Forum (IGF), held in Istanbul, Turkey, 2‒5 September 2014, coincided with interesting developments in Diplo's methodological approach to Internet governance (IG). The IGF provided us with the opportunity to study the statistical properties of the emerging language of Internet Diplomacy as it unfolded before us in numerous workshops and sessions. Our experiments and exercises were conducted in the scope of the development of Diplo Text-Analytics Framework (DTAF). This analytical framework utilises...

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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...

[New] The 6th edition of the book has just published.

Although Internet governance deals with the core of the digital world, governance cannot be handled with the digital-binary logic of the true or false, or good or bad. Instead, the subject demands many subtleties and shades of meaning and perception, requiring an analogue approach, covering a continuum of options and compromises. The aim of this book, now in its...

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...

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