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L'atelier des jeunes qui s'est déroulé hier après midi dans la salle 2: Sinai intitulé "Youth and Internet Governance: the way forward" a regroupé les jeunes des différentes régions qui ont débattu autour d’importants thèmes dont celle de la participation des jeunes et les réseaux sociaux.
Les panelistes ont ainsi présenté la situation des jeunes en Afrique, les obstacles à leur participation, tout comme l'expérience des jeunes en Europe, ainsi que l'apport de la participation à distance. Tout comme le modèle de participation des jeunes en Egypte qui est un franc succès.
On a aussi pu s'enquérir des informations sur les filtrages des réseaux au Moyen Orient notamment en Arabie Saoudite, ainsi que l'importance des réseaux sociaux entre autre.
La recommandation forte des jeunes a été la mise sur pied d'une coalition devant porter la voix des jeunes sur la Gouvernance Internet.

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Comment by Tim Davies on November 18, 2009 at 8:04am
The text below is a translated using machine translation from Google Translate:

The youth workshop held yesterday afternoon in Room 2: Sinai entitled "Youth and Internet Governance: The Way Forward" brought together young people from different regions discussed about important topics including the participation Youth and social networks.
The panelists were introduced and the situation of youth in Africa, the obstacles to their participation, as the experience of young people in Europe, and the contribution of remote participation. Like the model of youth participation in Egypt is a resounding success.
We also have inquired information on filtering networks in the Middle East including Saudi Arabia, and the importance of social networks among others.
The strong recommendation for young people was the establishment of a coalition to bring the voice of youth on Internet Governance.

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