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.
International Geneva Gender Champions
A video message from the IGC's initiators: US Ambassador Pamela Hamamoto, and UN Office in Geneva Director-General Michael Møller.
Watch the full playlist on our Youtube channel.
Explaining the Dark Web
Cybersecurity expert Vladimir Radunovic explains the Dark web. The difficult-to-access online space has a good side, but is mostly used for illicit purposes.
Watch the full playlist on our Youtube channel.
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 in October 2016
Watch the recording of the Internet governance in October 2016 briefing, held on 25 October 2016.
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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: Pokémon Go and digital policy
Pokémon Go brings into sharper focus many issues about the ways in which we use the Internet and how the Internet affects our society. Diplo researcher and curator Barbara Rosen Jacobson explains how augmented reality influences many areas of digital policy, from legal issues to security, economic to socio-cultural dimensions.
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] Gender and Diplomatic Training Academies
Watch the recording of the WebDebate on Gender and Diplomatic Training Academies. Presenter: Dr Susan Harris-Rimmer, Associate Professor at Griffith Law School and adjunct reader in the Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy.
Video: Lutine de Boer
Lutine de Boer talks about the value of the Master in Contemporary Diplomacy programme: learning within a group of international professionals from around the work, flexibility, the high quality of Diplo alumni on studying onlineinstruction and materials, and learning practical skills.
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] Net neutrality in Europe: The BEREC guidelines and beyond
Watch the recording of special webinar Mr Frode Sørensen, Senior Adviser, Norwegian Communications Authority (Nkom), and Co-chair of the BEREC Net Neutrality Expert Working Group, in which he discusses the BEREC guidelines.
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 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: Geneva Engage - Welcome address
The conference's welcome address was delivered by Ambassador Alexandre Fasel, Permanent Representative of Switzerland to the United Nations in Geneva, Olivier Coutau, Delegate for International Geneva, Republic and State of Geneva, Jovan Kurbalija, Director of DiploFoundation and Head of Geneva Internet Platform.