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Dear Friends, It´s with great pleasure that I invite you to take part on the group Diplo IG debates!

The IG Debates will be hold in the IGF - Hyderabad by Diplo. The idea is to provoke opened discussion on major controversial issues, providing a battleground for conflicting opinions and arguments. Four statements will be provided and there will be two groups per statement, one for it, and the other against it. They´ll be able to present their arguments and in the end the audience will vote to aprove or reject the motion.

Take a stance: argue "in favor" or "against". Test your position in a controversial discussion! Join the IG Debate!

If you do not want to lose the opportunity of adding your position to the debate in the early stages, click here now http://www.diplointernetgovernance.org/group/diplodebatesinigf

What is the aim of this group?
To coordinate the participation on the debates, exchanging views and arguments about the four issues that will be presented for discussion in the IGF.

What is the benefit of getting in?
Are you interested in ICANN, ITU, Internet voting, cyber-security regulation, net neutrality? This group is for you! Weather you´ll be in IGF or not, you´ll be able to exchange views with about highly controversial IG debates and test your arguments. If you will be in IGF as a speaker or audience to the debate, you can get in touch with different aspects that could be presented there.

Who can participate?
Any person interested in IG. Even if you are not going to be present in the IGF for the live debate, you´ll be able to strengthen the arguments of the group of speakers, by presenting your views "for" or "against" the motions.

If you are going to be in the IGF, you can participate as a speaker in any of the four debates! Just join now!

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