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Seiiti's Blog – February 2009 Archive (5)

How to benefit your organization, local community and your personal career in the IG field

There is a unique opportunity for Monday and Tuesday.

Open Consultations will be held and you can easily stamp your presence using remote participation tools - if you are interested, go to this link http://www.diplointernetgovernance.org/events/igf-open-consultations and choose WILL ATTEND in the RSVP.

Any questions and suggestions can be… Continue

Added by Seiiti on February 20, 2009 at 12:51pm — 1 Comment


Dear friends, as promised here is the new publication ¨Capacity Development: How the IGF empowered people from developing countries


Added by Seiiti on February 19, 2009 at 2:00pm — 15 Comments

Social networks for business

This is a very interesting slide on different social media available today and how to use them


Added by Seiiti on February 18, 2009 at 5:23pm — 1 Comment

Where are the actions and results of the IGF?

One of the main questions this year is about the ¨concrete effects¨ of the IGF and if it is time that the IGF transmute words into action.

Want to know what these folks are doing at home as a result of their IGF fellowship?

If you are following the debates you have already heard the lingo - ¨action¨ and ¨results¨ may already sound like the chorus of the IG song (along with ¨bottom-up¨, ¨multistakeholder… Continue

Added by Seiiti on February 18, 2009 at 9:39am — No Comments

Become an IGF Secretariat friend at Facebook

The IGF Secretariat now has a Facebook account and welcomes people to add as a friend and improve communications. To do that, just search for igf@unog.ch and add as a friend!

This will facilitate getting informed about forthcoming opportunities and activities. Hope it can be useful for you!

Added by Seiiti on February 2, 2009 at 1:54pm — 1 Comment



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