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"IGF: Identifying the Impact" is the new book that will be launched soon at the IGF in Sharm El Sheikh. If you want to receive more details, the link for the online version, and be informed about the official launch, please join our group.

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Mrs Suzanne Mubaraks address

Very Powerfull speech touching on the core issues of Internet Governance, delivered in the right tone, there is hope for a better future in Internet Governance

Started by Barrack Otieno Nov 18, 2009.

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How can I download a softcopy of the publication?

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Started by Priyanthi Daluwatte. Last reply by Goran S. Milovanovic Nov 16, 2009.

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Comment by SCHOMBE BAUDOUIN on October 20, 2014 at 5:23pm

I am personally very happy to join the panel discussion on the impact of the IGF.
Regarding the IGF, it will soon be 9 years I've been in this process where I was sufficiently built at national and international level.
Especially at the national level, I have had many disappointments and many failures in my attempts to set up the national platform on Internet governance.
Let it be said, I'm not one to give up, I still continue to explore other alternatives.

Comment by Virginia (Ginger) Paque on November 19, 2009 at 4:16pm
Hi everyone,
Now that you have taken a look at the IGF: Identifying the Impact study, we would like to hear your impressions, discussions and suggestions. I look forward to hearing from you. Best, Ginger
Comment by Goran S. Milovanovic on November 17, 2009 at 4:31pm
Hi,

The "IGF: Identifying the Impact" study website is now online

http://www.diplomacy.edu/ig/impact

Very soon, additional analyzes not present in the book announced at Sharm El Sheikh will be available online.
Comment by Magaly on November 8, 2009 at 5:17am
See you in Sharm el-Sheik friends!
Comment by Magaly on November 8, 2009 at 5:16am
Hello Jovan! Yes I have been silent... offline life can be very demanding too, hehehe. The insights you described are really interesting! Few years ago the APC Women's Network Support Programme (APC WNSP) did a research on the WSIS impact in relation to gender and women's rights at national level. It seems, if I am not wrong,they got a similar results, I mean at national level they found a very poor results/actions addressing gender equality and women1s rights liked to information society, ICTs etc. Gender was one of the items included int he questionnaire of IGF impact research... hummm now I am even more curious to see the results of Diplo research ;-)
Comment by Olga on November 3, 2009 at 12:58pm
Dear Diplo friends, I am very much looking forward to meet those of you attending the IGF in Sharm el Sheik. Also I am interested in reviewing the result of the research of the IGF. Safe travels and see you there. Olga
Comment by Jovan on November 2, 2009 at 4:30pm
Hi Magaly! Long time not hearing from you. Are you going to be in Sharm? About the research on the Impact of the IGF..... It is realistic to describe it as the start of the research on this issue. In a very short time for research (15th September - 15th October) we managed to get a few interesting insights. One is that the dissemination of the IGF knowledge is better on local than on national levels. There is a better link between global (IGF) and local (communities, universities, NGOs) than between global (IGF) and national. I did a quick review of other multistakeholder initaitives (e.g. health, water) and it seems that there is a similar pattern (global - local).
Comment by Magaly on November 1, 2009 at 8:47pm
This is a very welcome news, I'm curious to see the research results ;-)
 

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