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Activities before, during and after IGF 2013: recommendations, workshops and news

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Hello everybody! In this group dedicated to the 8th IGF in Bali, we are discussing and share anything and everything related to this year's IGF. Which workshops are you interested in? What are your thoughts about main and emerging themes? Do you have important information to share about logistics (VISA, places to visit..)? Are you planning an informal meeting? Share the info below.

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Comment by Diplo IGCBP on October 30, 2013 at 5:24pm

We would like to invite you to a post-IGF2013 webinar with Dr Jovan Kurbalija, tomorrow Thursday at 14:00 GMT.

The pace of Internet politics has accelerated. New developments continued to unfold as the 8th IGF convened last week. Join us Thursday, 31st October, for a just-in-time webinar on the outcomes of IGF 2013.

More details and to register: http://www.diplomacy.edu/calendar/webinar-igf2013

Comment by Dotun Adewunmi on October 24, 2013 at 10:05pm

I've been in a blackout all week and missed what I was hoping for would be a week of remote participation. It's unlikely I'll catch up tomorrow but maybe I'll do some tweeting on the IGF hashtag. Thank you, (hardly reliable) Nigerian power supply!

Comment by Diplo IGCBP on October 23, 2013 at 11:47pm

Diplo gathering for alumni and friends!

Thursday 18:00 pm, Room 3 (Nusa Dua Hall 3)

Join Diplo at the end of the Emerging Language of Internet Diplomacy flash session, at 18:00 pm in Room 3 for a get-together. A group photo of the growing Diplo family will be taken at the end! Please spread the word...

Comment by Angelic Alihusain-del Castilho on October 21, 2013 at 8:02pm
I will be iin Bali on Thursday and Friday and look forward to attend as many sessions as possible. Hope to meet some of you there!
Comment by Diplo IGCBP on October 19, 2013 at 5:29pm

And of course, we will be having our regular get-together with Diplo alumni and friends next week. Time/place will be announced soon. Don't miss out... group photo of the growing Diplo family at the end ;-)

Comment by Diplo IGCBP on October 19, 2013 at 5:28pm

Friends, we would like to invite you to Diplo's workshops:

  • Flash session on Diplo’s The Emerging Language of Internet Diplomacy project (Day 3, Thursday, 24th October; 17:15 - 18:00 pm). What is the most frequently used word in IGFs? Who is most 'talkative' stakeholder? And how often do developing countries actually make their voices heard? The flash session will provide an update on the project and demonstrate the ongoing analysis. Join us to find out the latest statistics and analysis!
  • Workshop on Making Multistakeholderism more equitable and transparent: From glo... (WS 57, on Day 2, Wednesday, 23rd October, at 11:00 am, Conference Room #4 Uluwatu 1). The workshop, co-organised by Diplo and the Multilingual Internet Group, aims to identify the shortcomings of the multistakeholder model, especially in emerging markets, and the great potential and risks that can be represented unless more equality, equitability, and better transparency are infused in it.
  • Workshop on E-participation in IG processes (WS 68, on Day 3, Thursday, 24th October, at 14:30 pm, Conference Room #7 Kintamani 1). The workshop, organised by Diplo, will focus on ways to improve full year-round participation and inclusion in regional and global IG processes.

In addition to these workshops, Diplo director Dr Jovan Kurbalija will speak on behalf of civil society at the High Level Leaders' Meeting, organised by the Government of Indonesia, on 'Global multistakeholder collaboration for achieving a safe, secure and tolerant cyberspace: Enabling growth and sustainable development through cyber ethics' (Day 0, Monday, 21st October, at 9:30 am, Main Hall). Dr Kurbalija will also co-moderate the Main session: Taking Stock/Emerging Issues - Internet Surveillance (Day 4, Friday, 25th October, at 9:00 am, Main Hall).

More details on Diplo's programme of events: http://www.diplomacy.edu/calendar/diplo-igf2013

Comment by Robert Guerra on October 10, 2013 at 2:48pm

Dear Diplo friends, 

I'll accompanying a delegation from Citizen Lab (The University of Toronto ) and our cyber stewards partners that will be attending a partners meeting next week and the IGF the week of Oct 20th. Our delegation will have about 25-30 persons. 

What sessions is the Citizen Lab is involved in and/or organizing :

Look forward to meeting all of you in Bali.



Robert Guerra

Senior Advisor, Citizen Lab and Canada Centre for Global Security Studies

Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto

Phone: +1 416-893-0377      Cell: +1 202 905 2081

Twitter: twitter.com/netfreedom 

Web: http://citizenlab.org

Comment by Diplo IGCBP on October 10, 2013 at 11:50am

Hi everyone! Diplo's programme of #IGF2013 activities is now online, and updated continuously: http://www.diplomacy.edu/calendar/diplo-igf2013

Hope you can join us, especially for Workshop 68 on E-participation in IG processes, and the Flash session on Diplo’s The Emerging Language of Internet Diplomacy project. And of course, our get-together! (More details on the above link)

Comment by Vladimir Radunovic on October 7, 2013 at 12:56pm

Hey friends!

I will be at the IGF and involved in number of events - including Orientation sessions every morning, Diplo's panels on e-participation and multilingualism, and our flash session on IGF Language - will let you know more. Let's make sure we meet there (at Diplo booth at least)!


Comment by Farzaneh Badiei on October 6, 2013 at 12:05pm

Hi Dotun,

You can find the already registered hubs at this link http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/remote-participation/list-of-hubs 

If you find the one near you let me know and I will instruct your further. 


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