The publication contains research project summaries written by students of the 2011 Research Phase of the Internet Governance Capacity Building Programme (IGCBP2011). The summaries were presented during EuroDIG 2011.

Author/s: IGCBP2011 alumni,
Source: Internet governance research paper

Unisa Kamara's dissertation seeks to give an account of the Sierra Leone conflict and the different measures and strategies including diplomatic attempts and efforts that were employed by various parties in trying to secure a peaceful and durable solution to it.

Author/s: Unisa Sahid Kamara,
Source: Dissertation library

‘Capacity building is necessary to allow for equal participation...

Author/s: Angelic Caroline Alihusain-del Castilho,
Source: Emerging Leaders for the Digital World (2011)

The aim of this research was to examine the communication trends in diplomacy with a focus on Uganda. The central question examined the role of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in diplomacy and the extent to which States have adopted its use.

Author/s: Caroline Nalwanga Magambo,
Source: Dissertation library

This paper explains main concepts of e-participation, including aims, various aspects, how to participate remotely, as well as how to organise e-participation for an international event (organisational and technical aspects).

Author/s: Marilia Maciel and Bernard Sadaka,
Source: e-Diplomacy Library

The paper takes a look at concrete case studies in Nigeria, Ghana, and Côte d’Ivoire and looks at different levels of citizens’ engagement in public policy and how social media and networks are being used.

Author/s: Nnenna Nwakanma,
Source: Internet governance research paper

Palestinian national identity evolved as Palestinians came under the rule of a colonial power with an agenda whose aim contradicted their very existence as a nation.

Author/s: Ammar Hijazi,
Source: Dissertation library

This paper looks at how cloud computing will surpass the Internet in adoption and usage as this technology’s users are on the other side of the digital divide.

Author/s: Sam Goundar,
Source: Internet governance research paper

L’e-gouvernement consiste à l’utilisation des Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication (TIC) par un gouvernement pour transformer sa façon d’administrer, de produire et de délivrer efficacement des services publics aux citoyens.

Author/s: Karim Attoumani Mohamed,
Source: Internet governance research paper

Electronic government (e-government) equals sustainable development for Guyana. This is the thesis illustrated by this paper along with the possible constraints involved in implementing e-government. 

Author/s: Sandra Bart,
Source: Internet governance research paper