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Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia  | 
12 Mar 2015 to 17 Mar 2015
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The Internet poses a wide range of challenges for modern diplomacy, including: How to protect national cybersecurity? How to govern the Internet on the global level? How to keep up with the content policy dynamics? These and many other questions will be discussed during a number of lectures in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Indonesia, delivered by Dr Jovan Kurbalija, DiploFoundation director and head of the Geneva Internet Platform.

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Dr Kurbalija's lecture tour is part of the Asia-Europe Public Diplomacy Training Initiative, set up in 2013 by the DiploFoundation, the Asia-Europe Foundation, and the National Centre for Research on Europe – University of Canterbury, to help to promote and facilitate skills training for diplomats and civil society actors.

The lecture tour will take Dr Kurbalija to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 10-12 March.

The tour will then proceed with a lecture on Internet: Challenges and Opportunities for Diplomacy, at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in Singapore, on 13 March. The event will be chaired by Mr Xavier Nuttin, EU Fellow, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy.

Dr Kurbalija will then visit the Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, for a lecture on Europe's Internet Storm: What to expect on privacy and surveillance after the Paris terrorist attacks, on 16 March. Mr Richard Werly, Paris correspondent for the Swiss daily Le Temps will also chair the lecture.

The lecture tour will end at Kementerian Komunikasi dan Informatika in Jakarta, Indonesia on 17 March, with a lecture on Multistakeholder Internet governance: From Cybersecurity to Digital Policy Dynamics. Mr Rudiantara, the Indonesian Minister of Communication and Information Technology, will chair the session.

More details about the lecture tour and initiative are available on the initiative's webpage.

For meeting requests, contact Tereza Horejsova at terezah@diplomacy.edu


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