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The Global Governance of the Internet: Intergovernmentalism, Multistakeholderism and Networks

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The Global Governance of the Internet: Intergovernmentalism, Multistakeholderism and Networks

Time: May 17, 2013 to May 18, 2013
Location: Graduate Institute
Street: 132 rue de Lausanne, Auditorium Jacques-Freymond, Site Barton
City/Town: Geneva
Event Type: international, workshop
Organized By: Roxana Radu; Jean-Marie Chenou; Milton Mueller; Anne-Claire Jamart; John Laprise
Latest Activity: Jan 19, 2016

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The unprecedented growth and the fast development of the Internet have prompted new forms of interaction and collective action, generating a series of institutional changes, innovations and challenges. Following the WCIT conference in Dubai, more and more questions have been raised regarding the role and relevance of intergovernmental organisations in Internet governance. In parallel to the policy discussions on the issue, this two-day workshop proposes a series of scholarly debates on the role of intergovernmental organizations in Internet governance and on the promises and limitations of multistakeholderism. The workshop builds on the proximity to ITU's World Technology Policy Forum and the Multistakeholder Advisory Group (MAG) consultations for the 2013 Internet Governance Forum (IGF) and aims to take stock of interdisciplinary research on global Internet policy-making.

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