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IGF 2010

Training Workshop for Professionals and Officials from ACP (Africa-Caribbean-Pacific) Group of States

Date, time and place:

13 September, 9am – 5pm, IGF Venue (Room 7)

Participation:

Pre-application required via acpinfo@diplomacy.edu

Description:

This training workshop will give participants an overview of the multidisciplinary field of IG (including technical, legal, economic, socio‐cultural, and developmental aspects) and explain interplay among international, regional and national IG policy processes. This is an opportunity for officials and professionals from ACP countries to strengthen their overall understanding of IG and to develop diplomatic approach of their country and institution in the IGF process, especially at the subsequent 5th IGF meeting.

More information:

http://www.diplomacy.edu/acp/

Date, time and place:

13 September, 5pm-6.30pm, IGF Venue (Room TBC)

Participation:

Open for participation

Date, time and place:

13 September, 6.30pm-8pm, IGF Venue (Room TBC) [same room as remote participation workshop]

Participation:

Open for participation

Description:

The Internet Governance Forum isnʼt just taking place inside this conference centre: it’s also taking place across the world and across the Internet through remote participation and through informal social media networks. During the 2009 IGF in Sharm El Sheikh over 5000 twitter messages were sent, 100s of blog posts were written, and many video clips were recorded and published online. This year, many people will be using social media to talk about IGF and to widen participation. Some ways of exploring the use of social media at IGF 2010 are: “Listening” – tracking social media conversations on various IGF discussions; “Sharing” – contributing to social medial discussions via twitter, blogging and video clips; “Connecting & Discussing” – exploring how social media can complement face-to-face IGF discussions. Join in and help us explore how social media can add to IGF.

More information:

http://www.diplointernetgovernance.org/group/igf2010

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