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EuroDIG 2010, rodni jaz

Evropski dijalog o upravljanju internetom (Internet governance). Dvodnevna konferencija sa govornicima iz svih krajeva Evrope koji su raspravljali o rastućim pitanjima iz perspektive više zainteresirani strana.

Riječ „dijalog" opisuje EuroDIG kao otvoreni prostor za razmjenu vizija o budućnosti interneta na jedan inkluzivan način.…


Added by vale on May 10, 2010 at 12:00pm — No Comments

EuroDIG 2010, the gender divide/gap

European Dialogue on Internet Governance. Two days conference with speakers coming from all over Europe discussing emergent issues in a multi-stakeholder perspective.

The word dialogue describe EuroDIG as an open space for exchanging visions in an inclusive way on the future of Internet.

Business sector representatives, governments and civil society…


Added by vale on May 10, 2010 at 10:30am — No Comments

from national to global: were are the women?

three pannels. One to introduce and two for discussions. A lot of inputs, 24 speakers out of which 3 woman! The discussion is very qualitative but pretty gender neutral.

So there is still something unique to all the ideas, challenges, models we had been exposed to. We spoke about public and economic values, we spoke about national debate on internet governace. We spoke a lot about children and the internet world they are already living in but we pretend the issue of been male/female… Continue

Added by vale on April 29, 2010 at 1:00pm — No Comments



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