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IGF Daily: Navigating the 10th Internet Governance Forum

DiploFoundation and the Internet Society have teamed up to provide just-in-time reporting from the IGF, which will complement the dynamic updates offered through GIP Digital Watch.

The first three issues of the IGF Daily are out!

Highlights from Issue #1

Issue #1 includes report excerpts from the ISOC Annual Event and High-level Leaders Meeting, data-mining and linguistic analysis, a special interview with DiploFoundation director Dr Jovan Kurbalija, a horoscope on the future of the IGF, and more. Download your digital copy.

Highlights from Issue #2

Issue #2 explores the main highlights from the Open Session, and includes an update from the Prefix Monitor. Our summaries from the main workshops, coupled with in-depth data-mining analysis, point towards an interesting interplay between security, development and economy, and human rights. Learn more about this interplay, and read about our call for curators for GIP Digital Watch. On a less serious note, we're displaying another IGF selfie. Who's the mystery photographer, and is the selfie representative of the discussions? Let us know your thoughts! Download your digital copy.

Highlights from Issue #3

Issue #3 includes: a commentary on outcomes of the IGF and the extension of the IGF mandate; reports from sessions; updates from the Prefix Monitor and social media analysis; and a new IGF Selfie (who's the mystery photographer this time?). Download your digital copy.

And remember: all the updates from IGF 2015 are also available on our dedicated page, dw.giplatform.org/igf

Issue No. 3 of IGF Daily

Issue No. 2 of IGF Daily

Issue No. 1 of IGF Daily

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Interviews


Karlene Francis (Jamaica)
Ivar Hartmann
(Brazil)
Elona Taka (Albania)
Fahd Batayneh (Jordan)
Edward Muthiga (Kenya)
Nnenna Nwakanma (Côte d'Ivoire)
Xu Jing (China)
Gao Mosweu (Botswana)
Jamil Goheer (Pakistan)
Virginia (Ginger) Paque (Venezuela)
Tim Davies (UK)
Charity Gamboa-Embley (Philippines)
Rafik Dammak (Tunisia)
Jean-Yves Gatete (Burundi)
Guilherme Almeida (Brazil)
Magaly Pazello (Brazil)
Sergio Alves Júnior (Brazil)
Adela Danciu (Romania)
Simona Popa (Romania)
Marina Sokolova (Belarus)
Andreana Stankova (Bulgaria)
Vedran Djordjevic (Canada)
Maria Morozova (Ukraine)
David Kavanagh (Ireland)
Nino Gobronidze (Georgia)
Sorina Teleanu (Romania)
Cosmin Neagu (Romania)
Maja Rakovic (Serbia)
Elma Demir (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Tatiana Chirev (Moldova)
Maja Lubarda (Slovenia)
Babatope Soremi (Nigeria)
Marilia Maciel (Brazil)
Raquel Gatto (Brazil)
Andrés Piazza (Argentina)
Nevena Ruzic (Serbia)
Deirdre Williams (St. Lucia)
Maureen Hilyard (Cook Islands)
Monica Abalo (Argentina)
Emmanuel Edet (Nigeria)
Mwende Njiraini (Kenya)
Marsha Guthrie (Jamaica)
Kassim M. AL-Hassani (Iraq)
Marília Maciel (Brazil)
Alfonso Avila (Mexico)
Pascal Bekono (Cameroon)

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