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Wednesday, 5 June, 2019 (All day) to Friday, 7 June, 2019 (All day)
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Third Open Consultations and MAG Meeting

The meeting was held in the Main Building of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy.

 

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Draft Agenda 

3rd IGF Open Consultations and MAG Meeting

5 – 7 June 2019

Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy
(Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie – Konferenzzentrum (Eichensaal))

The purpose of the third round of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) open consultations and the Multistakeholder Advisory Group (MAG) meeting is to advance preparations for the IGF 2019 annual meeting and to take stock of the ongoing IGF community intersessional activities and other relevant internet governance related fora.

 

Day 1: 5 June 2019 - Open Consultations

08.00

Registration and Welcome Coffee

09.00-09.45

Donors Meeting in Main Meeting Room

10.00-10.35

1. Adoption of the Agenda and Welcome from MAG Chair

2. Welcome from Honorary Host Country Chair and Briefing on State of Preparations for Annual Meeting

3. Welcome from the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA)

10.35-12.30

4. Briefing on the State of Preparations from the IGF Secretariat

5. Workshop Review and Evaluation Process;

  1. Overview of the process
  2. Report from the MAG Digital Inclusion evaluation group
  3. Report from the MAG Safety, Security Stability & Resilience evaluation group
  4. Report from the MAG Data Governance evaluation group

12:30-14.00

Lunch

14.00 – 14.15  

6. Welcome speech by [TBA]

14.15 – 15.45

7. Updates from IGF Intersessional Activities and  discussion with Community on how to Strengthen  

  1. Updates from IGF Dynamic Coalitions (DCs)

Community engagement/comment time 

8. Brief Update on MAG Working Groups

  1. Working Groups on IGF Improvements (WG-IMP); Outreach and Engagement (WG-OE); Fundraising (WG-FUN)

9. Multi-year Strategic Work Programme (WG-MWP) - Review and Discussion

15.45 – 16.00

Coffee break

16.00-18.00

10. Update and review of IGF Best Practice Forums (BPFs) and discussion with community on how to strengthen them) –

  1. Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (AI);
  2. Cybersecurity;
  3. Gender & Access;
  4. Local Content

Community engagement/comment time 

11. Updates from National and Regional Initiatives (NRIs)

Community engagement/comment time 

12. Briefings from Other Related/Relevant Initiatives or Organizations

 

Day 2: 6 June 2019 - MAG Meeting (open to observers)

07.45

Start of Registration

Welcome Coffee (70 pax)

08.00 – 10.00

(Informal meeting of government representatives in Room K3 by invitation of the host country)

 

10.00 – 10.30

1. Opening Statements – MAG Chair,  Honorary Host Country Chair, UNDESA

  1. Introduction from the Chair and adoption of the agenda
  2. Introduction from UNDESA
  3. Introduction from Host Country Chair

2. Briefing on State of Preparations for Annual Meeting by Host Country, including plans for:

  1. High Level Leaders Meeting
  2. Parlimentary Meeting
  3. Opening Sessions

10.30 – 13.00

3. Overview of Workshop Proposal Evaluations & Thematic Track Formation

  1. Presentation of recommended thematic tracks by Thematic Working Groups for review against the MAG objective of a more focused, cohesive programme
  2. Top and tail thematic session planning

13.00 – 15.00

Lunch

15.00 – 16.30

4. Main Session planning - introductory discussion

16.30 – 17.30

5. Review of other sessions

  1. Day zero
  2. Open Forums
  3. Dynamic Coalitions
  4. NRI sessions
  5. Newcomer and Lightning sessions

17.30 – 18.00

6. Follow-up as Needed Based on Status Updates for

  1. BPFs
  2. NRIs
  3. DCs
  4. MAG Working Groups

 

Day 3: 7 June 2019 - MAG Meeting (open to observers)

 

09.00

Start of Registration

Welcome Coffee

10.00 – 13.00

7. Opening Statements – MAG Chair and Honorary Host Country Chair

8. Discussion on Main Sessions

  1. Main sessions: Content, including desired theme, format, length, etc.
  2. Main sessions: Desired outcomes/outputs in relation to meeting themes/
  3. Selection and scheduling of Main sessions
  4. Next steps in planning; appointment of MAG lead facilitators for Main sessions

13.00-15.00

Lunch

15.00 – 17.45

[Discusion about main sessions may continue from morning ]

9.  Strategic Priorities Including:  Multiyear Work Programme(s) and IGF Outputs and reporting Mechanisms including outreach and communications.

17.45 - 18.00

10. AOB

Onsite Participants

Stakeholder Group: Government
Given Namesort ascending Family Name Delegation
Susan Chalmers United States
Paul Kenneth Charlton Canada
Nebojsa Regoje Bosnia and Herzegovina
Maricela Munoz Costa Rica
Malgorzata Ignatowicz Poland
Maciej Gro? Poland
Jorge Cancio Switzerland
Heiki Sibul Estonia
Guilherme Fitzgibbon Alves Pereira Brazil
Glavor Nataša Croatia
Concettina Cassa Cassa Italy
Chrystiane Roy Canada
Christine Arida Egypt
Ananda Khanal Nepal
Achilles Zaluar Brazil
Stakeholder Group: Technical Community
Given Namesort ascending Family Name Organization
Yu Chen Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications
Silvia Cadena APNIC Foundation
Sanghyun Kang Korea Internet and Security Agency
Samantha Dickinson Lingua Synaptica
Peter Koch DENIC eG
Mooho Cheon Korea Internet & Security Agency
Mary Uduma NIGF
Lynn St.amour UN IGF MAG Chair & CEO Internet Matters
Krzysztof Szubert National Research Institute NASK
Elisabeth Schauermann German Informatics Society
Danko Jevtovic Jugodata, MAG member
Daniel Keck Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Christoph Berkemeier Curiosity
Carsten Schiefner n/a
Afi Edoh MAG Member
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society
Given Namesort ascending Family Name Organization
Xiaofeng Tao Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications
Wolfgang Kleinwaechter University of Aarhus
Thiago Tavares Brazilian Internet Steering Committee (CGI.br)
Sorina Teleanu SEEDIG
Sebastian Weise Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation
Sandra Hoferichter EuroDIG
Roberto Gaetano EURALO
Mushegh Martirosyan School, Armenia
Michael Raeder Stiftung Digitale Chancen
Maria Paz Canales Loebel Derechos Digitales
Lianna Galstyan ISOC Armenia
Jutta Croll Stiftung Digitale Chancen
Juliana Harsianti Global Voices
Carlos Alberto Afonso Instituto Nupef
Brit Münkewarf Stiftung Digitale Chancen
Arsene Tungali Rudi International
Adama Jallow Give1 Project Gambia
Adam Burns Burns netCommons
Stakeholder Group: Intergovernmental Organization
Given Namesort ascending Family Name Organization
Valentina Scialpi European Commission
Eleonora Mazzucchi IGF Secretariat/UNDESA
Deniz Susar UNDESA
Chengetai Masango IGF Secretariat
Anja Gengo IGF Secretariat
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Given Namesort ascending Family Name Organization
Timea Suto ICC BASIS
Paul Rowney AfICTA
Pablo Bello ASIET
Nikolis Smith Verisign
Melinda Clem Afilias
Mareike Günther ICC Germany e.V.
Lori Schulman INTA
Kenta Mochizuki Mercari, Inc.
June Parris Internet Society
Joana Reicherts Microsoft Deutschland GmbH
Jennifer Chung DotAsia Organisation
James Prendergast The Galway Strategy Group
Giacomo Mazzone EBU-UER
Elena Perotti WAN-IFRA
Desiree Evans Afilias plc
Benjamin Wallis Microsoft
Adriele Ayres Britto Ayres Britto Consultoria Jurídica e Advocacia

Online Participants

Stakeholder Group: Government
Given Namesort ascending Family Name Delegation
utoyo donny Indonesia
Samuel NDICHO BAMBO Cameroon
Olasumbo Esther Olusanya Nigeria
Miguel CANDIA IBARRA Paraguay
Manal Ismail Egypt
Jorge Cancio Switzerland
Concettina Cassa Italy
Bernd NEUJAHR Germany
Arnold van Rhijn Netherlands
Andrea Romaoli Garcia Brazil
Adhikari Rupesh Nepal
Stakeholder Group: Civil Society
Given Namesort ascending Family Name Organization
Xiaobo Yang CyberSecurity Association of China
William Drake University of Zurich
Vernatius Okwu EZEAMA Our Rights
Tanja Lange Eindhoven University of Technology
Sharada Srinivasan University of Pennsylvania
Sandra Hoferichter EuroDIG
Samik Kharel Net Mission Asia
Obed Sindy Internet Society Haiti Chapter
mokabberi Amirhossein Tehran University
Markus Kummer IGFSA
Marco Lotti DiploFoundation and Geneva Internet Platform
Manoël Milfort Regroupement des Jeunes Dévoués des Gonaïves pour le Progrès (REJEDGOP)
Manju George world economic forum
Louise Marie Hurel Igarapé Institute
Lianna Galstyan ISOC Armenia
Jean-Philippe N. Rubin Rubin International Law Firm and Notary
Helani Galpaya LIRNEasia
FAISAL BHATTI Pakistan Christian Peace Foundation
Daniela Tews Deutsches Kinderhilfswerk e.V.
Chenai Chair Research ICT Africa
Carlos Alberto Afonso Instituto Nupef
Bruna Santos Coding Rights
Bachar Bong Abdeldjalil HOUSE OF AFRICA
Arsene Tungali Rudi International
Antoine Vergne Missions Publiques
Anriette Esterhuysen Association for Progressive Communications
Alain Ilunga wa Ilunga Bureau pour la croissance intégrale et la dignité de l'enfant
Adama Jallow Give1 Project Gambia
Adam Burns free2air / netCommons
Stakeholder Group: Intergovernmental Organizations
Given Namesort ascending Family Name Organization
Wisdom Kwasi Donkor Africa Open Data and Internet Research Foundation
WaiMin Kwok UN DESA
Sasha Rubel UNESCO
Sadhvi Saran ITU
Leonard Obonyo Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation
Kerry-Ann Barrett Organization of American States
Jean-Christophe FINIDORI Blockstack evangelist
Jasmina Byrne UNICEF
Angel Gonzalez Sanz UNCTAD
Stakeholder Group: Private Sector
Given Namesort ascending Family Name Organization
Wim Degezelle DUERMOVO - DRMV
Michael Nelson Cloudflare
Melinda Clem Afilias
Mary Rose Ofianga Womenpowered Digital
Marilyn Cade ICT Strategies - mCADE llc
Manikantan VA Janastu
Mamadou LO Credit Agricole Bank Senegal
Lori Schulman INTA
Jochen Michels Kaspersky
Joana Reicherts Microsoft Deutschland GmbH
Jim Prendergast The Galway Strategy Group
HENRY LINGWE BARNABAS First Ghana Experimental Schools
Charles Ofori Smad Infosys Ghana Ltd
Ben Wallis Microsoft
Stakeholder Group: Technical Community
Given Namesort ascending Family Name Organization
Priyatosh Jana Mallabhum Institute of Technology,W.B,India
Paula Corte Real Internet Society
Paul Rowney AfICTA
Nigel Hickson ICANN
Mohammad Ariful Islam UN Volunteers
Mary Uduma Nigeria Internet Governace Forum
Lynn St.Amour Internet Matters
Lucien M. CASTEX ISOC
Lu Bo IGF
Joshua Joshua Bandwidth Consortium
Flavio Wagner CGI.br
Daniel Keck Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Afi Edoh Afrotribune
Adam Peake ICANN

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Contact Information

United Nations
Secretariat of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF)

Villa Le Bocage
Palais des Nations,
CH-1211 Geneva 10
Switzerland

igf [at] un [dot] org
+41 (0) 229 173 411