As the IGF continues with yet another year of remote participation, remote panellists were also prominent. Some even participated by phone. This year an ether pad platform allowed those attending and participating remotely to write notes, and share principles and guidelines at an e-participation workshop. This…
Representatives from Google, Verizon, Cisco, AT&T, French Telecom , Norwegian Post and Telecommunications Authority, Telefónica S.A, the Technology Policy Institute, Georgetown University and ISOC (see the names and affiliations of those… Continue
Added by Keisha Taylor on September 17, 2010 at 12:00am —
A beautiful rendition of ‘What a Wonderful World’ opened this year’s IGF in Vilnius, Lithuania. It was acknowledged as ‘one of the biggest events that has ever been launched in Vilnius’ and ‘the greatest event in the field of information technologies by Mr.…
How to team up with successful professionals on the Internet governance field?
The Internet governance "usual suspect" has a lot to gain by reaching out to new faces. By sharing his knowledge, inspiring, offering wisdom and leveraging and connecting professionals who are serious about a specific subject.
Most of the times, however, he is so busy finishing reports, meeting…
Today we interviewed XU Jing, a PhD & Associate professor for Peking University. Most of all, she prefers to communicate to us as a friend and a student, who took the IGCBP10 (Internet Governance Capacity Building Programme 2010).
XU Jing is Associate Professor at the Peking University, China
Great news! This evening, at a ceremony in the French National Assembly, Diplo received an award as one of “The Top 10 Who Are Changing the World of Internet Politics” given by PoliticsOnline. Other laureates include Google and Twitter.
Vedran Djordjevic comes from the City of Vancouver, where he works at the Municipal Government as a web content coordinator with the Corporate Communications department. Vedran took the Internet Governance Capacity Building Programme with Diplo and is joining the team in Geneva for the EuroDig.
Our friend Yasmeen has sent us news about a sponsorship initiative for the Internet Governance Forum. Thanks Yasmeen!!
Commonwealth Internet Governance Forum seeks to encourage greater participation from Commonwealth member states on issues and discussions related to Internet Governance, with a view to coming up with informed solutions or the pooling of good practice to… Continue
Added by Diplo IGCBP on August 27, 2009 at 4:00pm —
The full text of the book An Introduction to Internet Governance is available here. The translated versions in Serbian/BCS (4th ed.), as well as first editions in French, Spanish, Arabic, Russian, Chinese, and Portuguese are also available for download.