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Who will plan/organize workshops? We could exchanges tips and best practices. I will be planning one with Science Commons and eIFL.

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Hi Carol, I am interested to work with anyone on online education. I currently just finished "teaching digital natives" workshop and our region encourages us to use online resources to teach core subjects in Math, Science, English and Social Studies. If you know anyone or any proposal along these subject, please let me know. Thanks!
Hello everybody!

Maybe we can share here some information about the workshops that we/our organizations are holding during the IGF?
I currently work at the Center for Technology and Society (CTS), from Getulio Vargas Foundation, in Brazil. CTS is organizing two workshops during the IGF:

1 - Freedom of expression or access to knowledge: are we taking the necessary steps towards an open and inclusive Internet?
The workshop description can be found HERE

2 - Best Practice Forum: An Internet Bill of Rights for Brazil
The workshop proposal can be found HERE

Very briefly, Brazil is going through a very unique moment of internet regulation. By the end of 2009 a process of public consultation was created - in a collaborative way – to establish a civil-rights based regulatory framework for internet in Brazil. The Best Practices Forum aims at presenting at the IGF the Brazilian experience in crafting such legislation out of an open and collaborative process.

I would like to invite you all to show up and share your thoughts!
I will try to be at least at one of your IGF Workshops in Vilnius, Marilla.

See you there,
Wolf
Thanks Wolf! I hope to see you there! :)
Hi everyone:

The Internet Society (ISOC) sent out this list yesterday:

WORKSHOPS ORGANIZED BY ISOC

Workshop Number: 66 - The Future of Privacy

Workshop Number: 28 - Priorities for the long term stability of the Internet


WORKSHOPS WITH ISOC MEMBERS’ INVOLVEMENT

OPENING SESSION - Lynn

MAIN SESSION: Access & Diversity (Olga Cavalli moderating)

MAIN SESSION: Internet Governance for Development (Raul Echeberia speaking)

Internet governance – Setting the Scene – Alejandro Pisanty (Cybersecurity)

Workshop Number: 61 - New gTLD and IDNs for Development: Importance and Obstacles (Sudan & Morocco)

Workshop Number: 182 - “Can mobile ‘Apps’ create a new golden age of Accessibility?” (Arnoud)

Workshop Number: 116 - Developing a Policy Understanding on Information Security: Glocal (Global and Local) Perspective (Tracy Hackshaw)

Workshop Number: 88 - Enhancing Transparency in Internet Governance (maybe Bill Graham?)

Workshop Number: 80 - International Trade and Internet Govenance (Ambo Olivier Crepin-Leblond speaking, ISOC Chenai organizing)

Workshop Number: 146 - The Impact of Good Governance of Internet for Human and Sustainable Development (Dawit Bekele & Pierre Dandjinou speaking)

Workshop Number: 106 - Cloud computing for leaner and greener IT infrastructures in governments (and businesses) (Tracy Hackshaw)

Workshop Number: 54 - Innovative Internet Governance Ideas and Approaches - An Open Discussion Space (Tracy Hackshaw & Fouad Bajwa – ISOC Pakistan)

Workshop Number: 26 - Teaching Internet Governance: The experience of the Schools on Internet Governance (Ambo Olga Cavalli)

Workshop Number: 157 - Best practices as a way of building capacity - what has actually been done to solve specific problems (Edmon Chung, ISOC HK)

Workshop Number: 126 - Remote participation in the IGF and in regional internet governance meetings (Edmond Chung, ISOC HK)

Dynamic Coalition on Core Internet Values (Lynn St Amour, Alejandro Pisanty, Daniel Dardailler, etc.)

Workshop Number: 27 - Use of Latin and Native American Languages on the Internet (Raul Echeberia & Olga Cavalli)

Workshop Number: 119 - Core Internet Values and the Principles of Internet Governance Across Generations (Ambo Dmitry Epstein organizing, Bill Graham speaking)

Workshop Number: 55 - Successes and failures of Internet governance, 1995 - 2010, and looking forward to WSIS 2015 (Tracy Hackshaw)

Workshop Number: 67 - Developing Civil Society and Youth Participation in Internet Governance in Asia (Edmon Chung, ISOC HK)

Workshop Number: 94 - Well Being of Youth and Parenting in the Digital Networks (ISOC HK speaking)

Workshop Number: 50 - City-TLD Governance and Best Practices (Sebastian Bellagamba speaking)

Workshop Number: 197 - ‘Local Language Content, Access Transformation & Digital Inclusion’ (Rajnesh Singh speaking)


OTHER WORKSHOPS OF INTEREST

Workshop Number: 158 - Title: Routing and Resource Certification: Self-governance and security at the core of Internet operations

Workshop Number: 113 - Title: Resilience and contingency planning in DNS

Workshop Number: 87 - Title: IPv6 Around The World: Surveying the Current and Future Deployment of IPv6

Workshop Number: 123 - Legal Aspects of Internet Governance: International Cooperation on Cyber-security (Vint Cerf speaking)

Workshop Number: 57 - Best Practice Forum: An Internet Bill of Rights for Brazil (Ambo Vanessa Cravo)

Workshop Number: 17 - Network Neutrality: What is Appropriate in Managing the Network (Vint Cerf et al)

Workshop Number: 154 - Data in the Cloud: Where Do Open Standards Fit In? (Daniel Dardailler – W3C)

Workshop Number: 141 - Deploying DNSSEC In A Territory (James Galvin – Afilias)

Workshop Number: 148 - The Internet and FOSS: Applications and Challenges for Africa (Pierre Dandjinou speaking)

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