|Launch of two new Dynamic Coalitions||April 2022||
Two new Dynamic Coalitions were launched:
|Dynamic Coalition on Internet and Jobs (DC-Jobs)||September 2021||
Survey on Internet and jobs
DC-Jobs is inviting contributions to a public survey on the Internet's potential to create jobs. Survey results will feed into a study conducted by DC-Jobs on the impact of COVID-19 on jobs and the need for upskilling.
Survey link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/futureofjobs
|Youth Coalition on Internet Governance (YCIG)||August 2021||
Youth IGF Summit
The Youth Coalition is collaborating with Youth IGF Poland and other organizations on the planning of the Project Youth Summit. Currently, young people from around the world can register in order to participate in the Working Groups. The outcomes of group work will be presented by their members at the second part of the Project - at the Youth Summit, an event on day 0 of the IGF (5 December) and promoted among the IGF community.
More information: https://yigfen.nask.pl/yen/registration/4255,Project-Youth-Summit-registration.html Deadline to register: 31 August.
YCIG Webinars series
YCIG launched the YCIG Webinars Series this year and the two upcoming webinars under this initiative are as follows:
1) Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change | 28 August, 14:00 UTC
2) Inclusive Internet Governance ecosystems and Digital Cooperation | 18 September, 16:00 UTC.
The aim is to gather together young people, policymakers and experts from around the world to discuss and engage in dialogue on the key themes of the environment, sustainability, climate change, inclusive internet governance ecosystems and digital cooperation via our YCIG Webinar series.
Registration is open until 26 August on https://forms.gle/BwssMVy3iNCfJHTj9
|Dynamic Coalition on Community Connectivity (DC3)||August 2021||
DC3 invites all interested individuals to submit papers and essays exploring how community networks (CN) and alternative access models can be funded. Papers and essays will be compiled in the DC3 2021 report dedicate to Sustainable Funding Models for Community Networks.
Papers and essays must be submitted by 20 September 2021 and explore relevant issues such as (but not limited to):
More details are available in the Call for resources.
|Dynamic Coalition on Internet Standards, Security and Safety (DC-ISSS)||June 2021||
DC-ISSS has issued:
|Youth Coalition on Internet Governance (YCIG)||June 2021||
YCIG hosted a pre-event session at EuroDIG 2021, called Youth Guide to Smart Cities, the Environment, and the Internet. This session presented by the Youth Coalition on Internet Governance explored the recent focus on the environment and sustainability in Internet Governance. A speaker explained how young people are impacted by and can impact the rise of smart cities, and then during the break out group discussion participants reflected what is going on in each region – with the aim to find some synthesis within our experiences as young people.
Recording link: https://youtu.be/AwRJRAYoTqk
YCIG organised three sessions at the MozFest 2021:
|Dynamic Coalition on Public Access in Libraries (DC-PAL)||April 2021||
DC-PAL launched a collaborative agenda-setting initiative for 2021. Through a short survey, DC-PAL members are identifying key trends and issues in the field of public access which are most relevant for their work and interests in 2021.
DC-PAL also welcomes suggestions from interested stakeholders and members of the Internet Governance community. Are you interested in public access solutions to expanding meaningful digital inclusion - e.g. shared access to connectivity and ICT, digital skills learning opportunities and key digital resources, to help tackle questions of equity and affordability?
You can share your insights and suggestions at https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/6268090/Dynamic-Coalition-on-Public-Access-in-Libraries-Setting-the-Agenda-for-2021.
The deadline for input is 3 May 2021.
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