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Hi all - if you want to check the flyer that will be used for promotion, and find out which activities you would like to join, just open the pdf attached and reply to this Discussion thread saying which ones you want to participate!

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Thanx Seiiti for this!

Folks, this is the "official" list of Diplo activities in Hyderabad. Certainly all of you that will be with us are not only welcomed but also expected to join :o)
Also, those that will not be in India with us can assist with preparations.

As you will see, besides Diplo booth in the IGF Village (which is usually the place where we gather throughout the day during the IGF meeting) there will be panels and workshops, negotiations simulations, debates, presentation of research work... Check out which ones you would particularly be interested in and let us know here.

Not the least, the booth, which will be our hub for both gatherings and for informing non-Diplo people on our work, should be used by all of you to promote yourselves, your achievements and your local/home/native institutions. It is not only about Diplo - it is about a Community.

Waiting for your comments and suggestions!
Mostly likely,places that I might be sighted :-),

“Best Practices Forum: Internet Governance Capacity Building”
(Workshop no. 62)
When and Where*: 5 December 2008, 16:30-18:00, Room 7

“Dimensions of cyber-security and cyber-crime” (Main Session)
When and Where*: 4 December 2008, Main Session Room

IG Research Projects: Presentations and Discussions
When and Where: 2-6 December, the Diplo booth at the IGF Village

IG Debates
When and Where: 2-6 December, the Diplo booth at the IGF Village

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