Diplo's videos feature educational content on diplomacy and Internet governance-related topics, interviews capturing participation at events, and alumni feedback and case studies. Here is a small selection of featured videos – the full collection is hosted on YouTube.
- Featured videos
- Geneva Internet Platform (GIP) videos
- Digital Watch videos
- Diplo WebDebates
- Diplo alumni reviews
- Internet Governance Lite Series
- Thematic webinars
- Internet Governance DVD
- Geneva Engage
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CyberMediation: New technologies for political mediation
How can digital technology impact the role of mediators in the prevention and resolution of violent conflict.
Geneva Internet Platform (GIP) videos
Videos from the Geneva Internet Platform: Watch recordings from the monthly GIP Briefings on Internet Governance, or watch recordings related to GIP activities ad events.
Video: [Briefing] Internet governance forecast for 2019
The world is facing some tough political and economic challenges. Against this backdrop, technological developments continue at a fast pace; policymakers are calling for more regulation; and the search for innovative solutions continues. Economic, security, and human rights challenges will be in focus this year. Which emerging technologies will grab the spotlight? How will policy shape around the pressing issues? What lies ahead in 2019? Monthly briefing, on Tuesday, 29th January, The Internet governance forecast for 2019.
Digital Watch videos
Videos from the GIP Digital Watch observatory: The team of Curators and researchers looks at what’s behind current ICT hypes, and the policy dimensions of the latest trends. Watch the full playlist on our Youtube channel.
Video: Digital Watch observatory - Helping you keep track
Geneva Internet Platform - Digital Watch observatory and how to use it.
Diplo WebDebates: Reflecting on the future of diplomacy
The era of connectivity brings about many challenges for diplomacy. How relevant is the diplomatic service? What changes can we expect to see in diplomatic training? A new series of webinars, taking place every first Tuesday of the month, will gather diplomats, professionals involved in diplomacy, and researchers from all over the world, to discuss key topics related to the future of diplomacy. Learn more about WebDebates, and watch the full playlist on our Youtube channel.
Video: [WebDebate] Arctic diplomacy: Approaches and lessons
The Arctic is a place and object of diplomacy. It is particularly interesting to use it as a lens through which to explore various diplomatic approaches and practices. The experts in this debate all focus on the Arctic but cover different topics and therefore give us different angles on the topic.
Diplo alumni reviews
Video: Master/Postgraduate Diploma in Contemporary Diplomacy
The Master/Postgraduate Diploma in Contemporary Diplomacy guides working diplomats and international relations professionals through the theoretical and practical building blocks of diplomacy, with a focus on contemporary issues and challenges.
Offered in cooperation with the University of Malta’s Department of International Relations, the programme involves 16 to 20 months of online study, including writing a dissertation. Online areas of study range from the basics of diplomacy (Diplomatic Theory and Practice, Bilateral Diplomacy, Multilateral Diplomacy, and more) to contemporary topics (Artificial Intelligence: Technology, Governance and Policy Frameworks, Sustainable Development Diplomacy, E-Diplomacy, and more).
Video: Advanced Diploma in Internet Governance Programme
The Advanced Diploma in Internet Governance gives current and future Internet policy makers a solid foundation in practical and diplomatic skills, and techniques necessary to engage effectively in international global policy processes. To obtain the diploma, participants must meet programme requirements for three of the five courses on offer (Introduction to Internet Governance; E-Diplomacy; Internet Technology and Policy: Challenges and Solutions; Cybersecurity; Artificial Intelligence: Technology, Governance, and Policy Frameworks) within a three-year period.
Video: Course on Digital Commerce
Course on digital commerce was offered by DiploFoundation, CUTS International Geneva, the International Trade Centre (ITC), the Geneva Internet Platform (GIP), and delivered with the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).
It consisted of a six-week course offered to the Geneva-based staff of permanent missions of developing countries and LDCs.
At the end of the course, participants were invited to share their feedback.
Internet Governance Lite Series
The Lite Series of videos explain some of the issues related to Internet governance. The videos explain the issues surrounding Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6), the Domain Name System Security Extension (DNSSEC), cloud computing, and deep packet inspection (DPI). Watch the full playlist on our Youtube channel.
Video: Internet Governance Lite - IPv6
Learn more about IPv6, including the changes from IPv4, and the issues surrounding the change. Are we IPv6-ready?
Diplo organises thematic webinars on a regular basis. These webinars tackle various issues, from contemporary and digital diplomacy to Internet Governance and other diplomacy-related topics. Watch the full playlist on our Youtube channel.
Video: [Webinar] E-commerce for development: e-Residency for the inclusion of SMEs in global markets
e-Residency and DiploFoundation webinar on inclusion of small businesses from developing countries and least developed countries (LDCs) in global value chains. The webinar focus on how the e-Residency programme in Estonia can facilitate access to global markets by enabling the establishment an EU company that can be managed online, and by providing access to EU banking and international payment providers through e-Residency.
Internet Governance DVD
Diplo's film 'Introduction to Internet Governance’ is based on Diplo’s research, training and awareness building in a field of ICT and Internet governance. Watch the full playlist on our Youtube channel.
Video: Internet Governance - Internet Structure
This excerpt from the film 'Introduction to Internet Governance' explains how the Internet may be visualised as consisting of three layers. The bottom layer is represented by the telecommunication infrastructure. The middle layer is the place where the Internet operates (protocol and standards). The top layer includes the content and application standard.
Geneva Engage: Increasing the engagement with communities worldwide
Geneva Engage is a process of research and innovation, aimed at increasing the engagement of International Geneva with communities worldwide. In 2016, a two-day conference was organised by DiploFoundation and the Geneva Internet Platform, in cooperation with the Republic and State of Geneva, the Permanent Mission of Switzerland to the UN in Geneva and the Internet Corporation For Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). Watch the full playlist on our Youtube channel.
Video: 3rd Annual Geneva Engage Awards
The work done by the United Nations, international organisations, non-governmental organisations, and other institutions in Geneva has a global impact. Supported by the Canton of Geneva, the Geneva Engage Awards celebrate the organisations and missions that have been the most effective in their social media outreach and engagement.