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Hi - I think it is really useful for our planning that everyone take a look at the proposed workshops and mark which ones are of interest.

You can see the tentative schedule here
http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/hyderabad_prog/Workshop%20Schedule.htm

Here are the main sessions
http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/index.php/hyderabadprogramme/hyderab...

This is the list of workshops
http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/workshops_08/wrkshplist.php

And also the meetings of Dynamic Coalitions
http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/index.php/hyderabadprogramme/dcmeeti...

Please take a look at what you definitely do not want to miss and write it down here so we will know where you will participate.

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Hi Seiiti,

The list of workshops I am interested are found below. It's a long list but then it also depends on the schedule as the schedules tend to overlap and change. I am listing it for now as just topics I am interested because, for instance, the "Workshop 57. What will the web be like in 20 year's time?" overlaps with the OECD Open Forum of which I should attend as a follow up from the Seoul Meeting (and also from discussions via the coalition mailing list of The Public Voice). Hope I make sense? Would you need something concrete like we come up with a schedule for each day? :)

Regards,
Cha

ACCESS
[1] Digital convergence beyond technology: socio-economic benefits, SMEs & public policy
[2] Internet for All - Exploring a Rights-based Approach
[3] Promoting pro-poor access to ICTs

DIVERSITY
[1] Access to Local Culture and Language (ALCL)
[2] . Including Accessibility and Human Factors in the Universalization of the Internet - How to reach persons with disabilities, the 10% of the next billion

OPENNESS
[1] Overcoming Obstacles to Effective Digital Education
[2] Steps toward an Internet that is multilingual, yet remains global
[3] Mainstreaming human rights in the work of the dynamic coalitions
[4] Freedom of Expression in cyberspace: Internet Filtering and Censorship

SECURITY
[1] Child Safety Online: measures to protect children from exploitation – the challenge of keeping pace with technological developments
[2] Medicines on the web - risks and benefits
[3] Strategies to prevent and fight child pornography on Developing Countries
[4] The internet goes mobile - child protection in the always connected age

CRITICAL INTERNET RESOURCES
[1] IPV6: The Solution for the Future Internet
[2] Understanding Internet Infrastructure: an Overview of Technology and Terminology

DEVELOPMENT & CAPACITY BUILDING
[1] A Development Agenda for Internet Governance: From Principle to Practice
[2] Can Internet governance change global futures? Or will global futures change Internet governance? Using scenarios to map the relationship between Internet Governance and other global challenges.
[3] How to take your Internet further
[4] ICTs and an Environmentally Sustainable Internet: Another Challenge of Connecting the Next Billion Internet Users
[5] Internet and Climate Change
[6] What will the web be like in 20 year's time?
[7] Network Neutrality - Examining the Issues and Implications for Development

OTHERS
[1] Youth and Internet Governance: Challenges for future?
[2] The Future of Online Privacy: Online advertising and behavioural targeting

BEST PRACTICE FORUMS
[1] Best Practice Forum - Internet Governance Capacity Building
[2] OECD Best practice Forum on the "Enhanced Internet-enabled access and use of public sector information"
[3] Child Online Protection

OPEN FORUMS
[1] OECD: "Outcomes of the OECD Ministerial meeting on The Future of the Internet Economy"
Thnx, Seiiti,
got two questions:

1. Are we to choose according to precedence/priority?because most of the forums of interest are taking place at the same time,in different rooms.

2. Do you have an idea of the distance between the rooms? so that we choose more accurately.....because as I can see we will not have enough time to move in-between rooms. e.g one sessions ends at 10.30 and the other one starts at 10.30. thnx
Judi, answering first to your second question, experience from last editions shows that even though they may say it starts at 10:30 there are always some mins that are necessary to accommodate everyone in the room, so this shall not be a problem.

About the priorities, just choose, in the particular time slot, what is that you definitely want to be involved with. There may be unfortunately windows in which you want to be in two places at the same time (which is not YET possible hehe) and also some other windows where you may have no special interest - we will use these for other activities to make the best of your time!
I would like to remind that main sessions will be probably broadcasted in live so maybe you can prioritize to go to other sessions and follow the main within the webcast.
I
thnx Seiiti,

Here Comes my looong list :-)
Access:
 Internet for All - Exploring a Rights-based Approach
 Low Cost Sustainability Access

Diversity:
 Four Sisters for Developing Countires - Information Security, SPAM, Electronic Governance and Data Protection
 Internet accessibility for people with disabilities
 “Including Accessibility and Human Factors in the Universalization of the Internet - How to reach persons with disabilities, the 10% of the next billion"

Openness
 Overcoming Obstacles to Effective Digital Education
 Access to Public Held Information with a Development Perspective
 Expression and image online - building an evolving personal identity
 Digital Content Strategies and Policies
 Freedom of Expression in cyberspace: Internet Filtering and Censorship

Security
 Building confidence and security in the use of ICTs for African countries
 The protection of personal data and privacy in the information society: towards an international instrument with a global reach?
 Global Culture for Cybersecurity
 Strategies to prevent and fight child pornography on Developing Countries

Critical internet Resources
 IPV6: The Solution for the Future Internet

Development and Capacity Building
 A Development Agenda for Internet Governance: From Principle to Practice
 Building a Global Capacity Building Curriculum Framework and Primer for Internet Governance
 ICTs and an Environmentally Sustainable Internet: Another Challenge of Connecting the Next Billion Internet Users
 Can Internet governance change global futures? Or will global futures change Internet governance? Using scenarios to map the relationship between Internet Governance and other global challenges.

Others
 National multi-stakeholder processes and their relation to the IGF.
 The role and mandate of the IGF
 The Future of Online Privacy: Online advertising and behavioral targeting

Open Dialogue
 Transition from IPv4 to IPv6
 Arrangements for Internet governance – global and national/regiona
 Fostering security, privacy and openness

Dynamic Coalition:
 Privacy
 Accessibility and Disability
 Access to Knowledge (A2K)

Open forum
 ITU

Best practice forum
 Internet Governance Capacity Building
 Equal Access & Equal Opportunity
 Self Regulatory Approach to Data Security and Privacy in India

Seiiti said:
Judi, answering first to your second question, experience from last editions shows that even though they may say it starts at 10:30 there are always some mins that are necessary to accommodate everyone in the room, so this shall not be a problem.

About the priorities, just choose, in the particular time slot, what is that you definitely want to be involved with. There may be unfortunately windows in which you want to be in two places at the same time (which is not YET possible hehe) and also some other windows where you may have no special interest - we will use these for other activities to make the best of your time!
Here is my ideal schedule--note that contrary to Seiiti's advice, I am hoping to be in two places at once at times :) In those cases, I noted my interests, so that we can decide together who will go to what workshops, and make sure we can share our reactions. The one in parenthesis is negotiable if we need to attend other functions.

Seiiti: can we highlight for everyone the Diplo workshops (NN and Capacity Building)?

Also, I would appreciate knowing when others are participating in panels, because both for interest and solidarity I would like to give these priority.

Seiiti, will we have a blog? or how will we handle spreading information on workshops, etc.?

Day 1
09:30 - 11:00
Workshop 48. Understanding Internet Infrastructure: an Overview of Technology and Terminology

09:30 - 11:00
Workshop 22. Lessons Learned from the Engagement and Facilitation of Internet Users into Policy …

11:30 - 13:00
Workshop 23. Overcoming Obstacles to Effective Digital Education (Obligatory for me)

16:30 - 18:00
Dynamic Coalition: Framework of Principles for the Internet

Day 2

09:30 - 11:00
Workshop 20. Governance for Gate Keepers - Shaping Access to the Internet.

11:30 - 13:00Open: Plan for NN Debate?


14:30 - 16:00
Workshop 58. Why is Network Neutrality Debate Important for You? … (Obligatory for me)

16:30 - 18:00
Workshop 57. What will the web be like in 20 year's time?

Day 3

(09:00 - 10:30)
(Workshop 52. ICTs and an Environmentally Sustainable Internet: Another Challenge of Connecting the Next Billion ...)

11:00 - 12:30
Workshop 59. Building a Global Capacity Building Curriculum Framework and Primer for Internet …

11:30 - 13:00
Workshop 65: Mainstreaming human rights in the work of the IGF

14:30 - 16:00
Workshop 60. Capacity building for Web 2.0

14:30 - 16:00
Dynamic Coalition: Internet Bill of Rights

16:30 - 18:00
62. Best Practice Forum -
Internet Governance Capacity Building (Obligatory)

Day 4

09:00 - 10:30
Workshop 84. The role and mandate of the IGF

09:30 - 11:00
Dynamic Coalition: Accessibility and Disability

11:30 - 13:00
Workshop 77. Internet for All - Exploring a Rights-based Approach

14:00 - 15:30
Open Forum: IDRC e-Privacy in Latin America and the Caribbean
Virginia (Ginger) Paque said:
Seiiti: can we highlight for everyone the Diplo workshops (NN and Capacity Building)?

Excellent idea - can you write a blog post about these two workshops? I have not been involved in the preparation of that and have no idea of what is going on. Just go to the main page and click on ¨add blog post¨ copying and pasting the information about the program and more importantly where and when it is to happen!

From that I will later put other vehicles for reminding and pooling interest.
Virginia (Ginger) Paque said:
Seiiti, will we have a blog? or how will we handle spreading information on workshops, etc.?


Yes! The blog is here!! For issues of wide interest for the community we will post on the main page by ¨add blog entry¨. And for more segmented discussions we may consider making it via discussion threads inside the Diplo @IGF group.
Hello, where is the blog? Cant locate it :-) whats the title?
Seiiti said:
Virginia (Ginger) Paque said:
Seiiti, will we have a blog? or how will we handle spreading information on workshops, etc.?


Yes! The blog is here!! For issues of wide interest for the community we will post on the main page by ¨add blog entry¨. And for more segmented discussions we may consider making it via discussion threads inside the Diplo @IGF group.
http://diploig.ning.com/profiles/blog/new

Judi said:
Hello, where is the blog? Cant locate it :-) whats the title?
Seiiti said:
Virginia (Ginger) Paque said:
Seiiti, will we have a blog? or how will we handle spreading information on workshops, etc.?


Yes! The blog is here!! For issues of wide interest for the community we will post on the main page by ¨add blog entry¨. And for more segmented discussions we may consider making it via discussion threads inside the Diplo @IGF group.
I'm posting the content below on behalf of Judi:

QUOTE

Hello all,

Find below the list of the IG related workshops at Hyderabad...we could split them,inorder ,for all of them to have a Diplo participant.

Day 1
Room 2
09:00 - 10:30
74.Open Forum Council of Europe:"The human rights dimension of Internet governance…

11:00 - 12:30
Workshop 50. Can Internet governance change global futures? Or will global futures change …

Room 4
11:00 - 12:30
Workshop 86. Youth and Internet Governance: Challenges for future?

Day 2


Room 3
14:30 - 16:00
Workshop 26. Towards a code of good practice on public participation in Internet governance



Day 3

Main Session Room
11:00 - 12:30

Panel Discussion

Arrangements for Internet governance…

15:00 - 18:00
Open Dialogue
Transition from IPv4 to IPv6
Arrangements for Internet governance – global and
national/regional

Room 5
11:30 - 13:00
Workshop 65: Mainstreaming human rights in the work of the IGF


Room 6
16:00 - 17:30
Workshop 49. A Development Agenda for Internet Governance: From Principle to Practice

Room 7
16:30 - 18:00
62. Best Practice Forum -
Internet Governance Capacity Building


Day4

Room 1

09:30 - 11:00
Workshop 81. National multi-stakeholder processes and their relation to the IGF.

14:30 - 16:00
Workshop 41: Internet Governance and ccTLDs

Room 4
09:00 - 10:30
Workshop 84. The role and mandate of the IGF

UNQUOTE
Guys, my tentative plans are below:

December 2
Giganet Meeting

December 3
9:30-11:00- workshop 22: Lessons learned from the from the engagement and facilitation of internet users into policy development and processes within ICANN via the ALAC.
11:00-12:30- workshop 86: youth and Internet governance: challenges for the future (Diplo people as going to be speaking here, such as Veronica, Rose and I)
16:30-18:00- DC: Framework principles for the Internet governance

December 4:
9:00-10:30- workshop 25: Steps towards an internet that is multilingual, yet remains global
11:00-12:30- Workshop 46: The future of ICANN: after JPA, what?
14:30-16:00 (here I will be in two places, like Ginger ;)- workshop 26: towards a code of good practice on public participation in Internet governance and Why is NN debate important for you
16:00-17:30- workshop 85 : the transboundary Internet: jurisdiction, control and sovereignty

December 5:
9:00-10:30- workshop 88: The protection of personal data and privacy in the information society
11:00-12:30 – Main session: arrangements for IG
14:30-16:00 – DC: Internet Bill of Rights
16:00-18:30 – Best Practice forum: IG Capacity Building

December 6:
9:00-10:30- workshop 34: the role and mandate of the IGF
10:00-12:00- main session: Emerging issues
11:30-13:00- DC Privacy
14:00-16:00-taking stock and the way forward

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