Stephanie Borg Psaila   21 Oct 2011   Internet Governance

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Jovan Kurbalija’s An Introduction to Internet Governance has just been published in Serbian (BCS).

The Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian version, Uvod u upravljanje internetom, has been produced with the support of the Digital Agenda Administration of the Republic of Serbia, and the Serbian National Register of Internet Domain Names (RNDIS). The fourth EuroDIG, which took place earlier this year in Serbia, and the awareness building process in Internet governance in the region, have also made the publication possible.

The Serbian/BCS version can be downloaded here, or viewed online here. Other translated versions can also be viewed and downloaded from the panel on the right.

[Update] The presentation of the book will take place during the 19th Serbian Telecommunications Forum (Telfor), in Belgrade, on 22 November. The launch will be followed by a panel discussion.

The panelists – Dr Jovan Kurbalija, DiploFoundation director and author of the book, Jasna Matic, State Secretary for Digital Agenda of Serbia, Nenad Marinkovic, director of the Serbian ccTLD (RNIDS), and Milan Jankovic, Director of Serbian Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communications RATEL – will talk about key challenges and ongoing processes related to IG, with reference to the main challenges in Serbia.

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