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Hi everybody,

Chengetai, whose energy supports the IGF Secretariat, has asked us to replicate this request:

Call for Input

All stakeholders are invited to submit by 27 October 2014 written contributions taking stock of the Istanbul IGF meeting and looking forward to the IGF 2015 meeting, including suggestions on the format, schedule and themes. The written contributions will be synthesized into a paper that will form an input into the Open Consultations and MAG meetings of 1-3 December. Please send all contributions  to takingstock2014@intgovforum.org.

This is your chance to have input and impact on the IGF process. What was missing from IGF 2014? What worked? What did not work? If we do not manifest our ideas, we cannot later complain that the IGF is not working. I have written personal contributions to the IGF process in previous years, and I can tell you, I know they were read and taken into account. I do suggest you write your contribution to be as brief and concise as possible. Make sure that your strongest points are not lost in too many words. Make sure the reader will know what your points are and remember them. 

I look forward to seeing your contributions in the summary of contributions. 

Cheers and energy,

Ginger

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