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Diplo should be in the top 10--Vote now if you agree!

Diplo should be in the top ten:

DiploFoundation is a nominee for the "Top 10 Who Are Changing the World of Internet and Politics" at PoliticsOnline.com.

Take a look - It is quick and easy to vote here:

http://www.politicsonline.com/content/main/specialreports/2009/top10_2009/vote.asp

# *DiploFoundation, Malta, Geneva, Belgrade*
*diplomacy.edu/ig/*
DiploFoundation is the leading international organization in building an inclusive global Internet governance and policy environment. Diplo's capacity building programme consists of policy training, policy research and policy immersion. More than 1000 diplomats, officials and civil society representatives, mainly from small and developing countries have been involved in Diplo's capacity development activities. Today, it is difficult to find Internet governance and policy boides (ICANN, IGF, LACNIC, AfroNIC) without an active participation of Diplo's former students. One of the main contributions of Diplo to the global community is awareness-building, both on specific Internet governance issues and on the need for inclusive Internet governance.

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Ginger

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