Remote hubs facilitates interactive participation in global meetings, allowing participants to contribute to deliberations in real time via the Internet. Remote hubs are part of broader e-participation approach, which also include webcast and social networking.
Through remote hubs worldwide, e-participants can link discussions at global meetings to local policy context. Instead of passively following the proceedings, by participating in remote hubs they can discuss the local consequences of global decision-making.
Remote hubs involve participants from governments, civil society, business sector, local communities, and academia. Here are examples of two different hosts of remote hubs.
|Remote Hub - Burundi||Remote Hub - Belgrade|