Editor   14 Feb 2011   Internet Governance

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The executive summaries of a number of research papers on IG and ICT Policy issues have just been published. The research is being undertaken by European participants of the Internet Governance Capacity Building Programme 2010.

The papers explore security risks of social networks; social media use in the workplace; Citizens 2.0 and Gov 2.0 in the Balkans; Internet censorship; Europa.eu as an example of e-participation in decision-making; co-operation in cyberspace, with a special focus on the Western Balkans case; introducing child safety in the Romanian school curriculum; and the use of social media and Web 2.0 technologies to increase participation and engagement in Internet policy forums.

Download the executive summaries here.

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