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Caribbean IG and ICT Policy Solutions

The Regional Focal Point for Internet Governance (IG) and ICT4D issues in the Caribbean. This group is an outcome of the ACP Tobago Capacity Building Session and is a space for the Caribbean community to share their IG issues and solutions.

Members: 52
Latest Activity: Jun 2, 2017

Videos from Tobago workshop - Simulation of Multistakeholder dialogue on Caribbean IG/ICT Forum


Last minute of the simulation on "Multistakeholder dialogue on the agenda of the Caribbean IG/ICT Forum" where representatives of civil society, government and business are trying to reach consensus (and, of course, fail to do so) in the last round of the time-pressured negotiations

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A simulation of an interview of each of them by a journalist immediately after the negotiations ended (without an agreement)

Discussion Forum

String Objection Process - ICANN New gTLD Programme

Dear All,The At-Large new gTLD Review Group (gTLD RG) see https://community.icann.org/x/u7-bAQ) is seeking comments from…Continue

Started by Carlton Anthony Samuels Jul 18, 2012.

Call for projects 1 Reply

The ITU is currently in the midst of a call for projects in preparation for the Connect the Americas Summit, planned for July 17 - 19, 2012 in Panama City, Panama (more info may be obtained at …Continue

Started by Marsha Guthrie. Last reply by Marsha Guthrie Apr 21, 2012.

Human Rights Implications of the use of ICT and the Internet in the Caribbean 6 Replies

I am helping with arrangements for a conference about the human rights implications of the use of ICT and the Internet in Latin America which will be held in Brazil. It is a spinoff from the Silicon…Continue

Started by Keisha Taylor. Last reply by Keisha Taylor Feb 22, 2012.

CALL FOR PROPOSAL: Strengthening Information Society Research Capacity Alliance

I thought this might be of interest to many. Strengthening Information Society Research Capacity Alliance  2011-2013***CALL FOR PROPOSALS *****Proposals for research projects on Information Societies…Continue

Started by Marsha Guthrie Sep 28, 2011.

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Comment by Sheba Mohammid on August 19, 2011 at 3:03pm

Hi Team,

I want to pick your brain on any examples of projects to bridge the Digital Divide that you may be aware of. I'm especially interested in any Community based digital inclusion initiatives. Links welcome here! 

Thanks so much,

Best,

Sheba 

Comment by Beatriz Rodríguez on August 14, 2011 at 6:43pm

Hi all.

I have been a pleasure to know personally Ginger and Sheba and a great pleasure to see Tracy again.

I hope to repeat the event.

Best, Bea

Comment by Lenandlar Singh on August 11, 2011 at 5:45pm
Hi!!! I missed a bit of the presentations, sadly. I made a small comment and it was read out so thanks. The remote participation was good. I will check in for the presentations. Good work happening there.
Comment by Stephanie on August 10, 2011 at 4:20pm
Trevor, you might want to refresh/restart the browser. I'm receiving audio, video, and chat...
Comment by Trevor A. Phipps on August 10, 2011 at 4:01pm
i'm getting the audio and video from http://www.ctu.int/ig7 but the chat is down
Comment by Angelic Alihusain-del Castilho on August 10, 2011 at 1:19am
Attending this Forum in person is a very exciting experience. It is clear that there is much to be done and that a necessary mind shift in the thinking of governments will be a slow process. Today we spoke in one group about the issue of Human Rights and internet and I felt that when this is discussed the only human right we see is the right to information. But there are many other rights, such as the right to education and to health. Another observation of mine was that when it comes to discussing capacity building and awareness creation, governments do not want to commit to any procedures nor admit their shortcomings. Another interesting issue brough to my attention by another participant from Trinidad, was what do we think about the fact that with internet access we can live in one country while working in another and receiving our salary in yet another country and in doing so avoid paying taxes in our country of residence. I had not given that much thought yet, but it is interesting.
Comment by Sheba Mohammid on August 9, 2011 at 5:06pm
Yes, team I encourage you to post your comments on the remote participation webcast as chat is up.

Ginger just read your point. Lenandlar.

Fantastic.
Comment by Stephanie on August 9, 2011 at 4:12pm
Lenandlar, why not post your comment on the webcast chat? It would be great to know how the panelists (or anyone in the hall) would reply to your question
Comment by Lenandlar Singh on August 9, 2011 at 3:56pm
Sorry missed a few presentations. Hoping to follow closer today. Last year in Guyana we had a cybersecurity forum and nothing since. we are waiting for others to help us. Maybe we need the help but we have to be more proactive. i'd like to see some unit/team set up to address this asap
Comment by Trevor A. Phipps on August 8, 2011 at 8:07pm
The presentations by Art Ehuan, and Greg Richardson were scary to say the least.
They left me with the following questions:
1. What can we in the CAribbean do to protect ourselves ?
2. Do we have the resources to protect ourselves ?
3. Can we afford not to find the resources ?
 

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