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Just a reminder to everyone especially those of us who attended the IGF in Baku To send in their suggestions /thoughts as to how the process can be improved.

My main suggestion would be to have the plenary sessions reorganised and focus on the reports from the feeder sessions first then we can have the panelists discuss/talk amongst themselves. What is the point of having feeder sessions if the points raised In the workshop sessions have to be literally rushed through at the end of a plenary session.

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Comment by Grace Githaiga on January 13, 2013 at 8:43pm

Spot on Trevor. My contribution has to do with internet provision. Any organizer should be well prepared to provide enough broadband and to know that IGF participants usually have two to three gadgets (laptop, tablet, phone) all connected at any given point. A good connection is very important for IG meetings.

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