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4 Jul 2008
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Students in the fourth generation of the Internet Governance Capacity
Building Programme have gathered on Thursday, 3 July, for a virtual closing
ceremony at Diplomacy Island in Second Life. To enable participation of
students with weak bandwidth, Diplo has provided a software bridge between
Second Life and the Diplo classroom chat rooms.

Besides over 50 students of the 2008 programme and their group tutors, the
meeting was attended by Mr. Jovan Kurbalija, Director of DiploFoundation,
Mr. Markus Kummer, Executive Coordinator of the Internet Governance Forum
Secretariat, and Mr. Rajesh Agarwal from NIXI, the organisers of the
forthcoming Internet Governance Forum meeting in India. They have
congratulated to participants with emphasizing the importance of Capacity
Building and Diplo’s efforts in that direction, and have presented future
plans of their respective institutions.

Students in the fourth generation of the Internet Governance Capacity
Building Programme have gathered on Thursday, 3 July, for a virtual closing
ceremony at Diplomacy Island in Second Life. To enable participation of
students with weak bandwidth, Diplo has provided a software bridge between
Second Life and the Diplo classroom chat rooms.

Besides over 50 students of the 2008 programme and their group tutors, the
meeting was attended by Mr. Jovan Kurbalija, Director of DiploFoundation,
Mr. Markus Kummer, Executive Coordinator of the Internet Governance Forum
Secretariat, and Mr. Rajesh Agarwal from NIXI, the organisers of the
forthcoming Internet Governance Forum meeting in India. They have
congratulated to participants with emphasizing the importance of Capacity
Building and Diplo’s efforts in that direction, and have presented future
plans of their respective institutions.

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