Latin American and Caribbean Top-Level Domains (LACTLD)
Rocío de la Fuente, LACTLD, Technical Community, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC) Ignacio Sánchez González, LACTLD, Technical Community, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC) Paula Oteguy, LACNIC, Technical Community, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC) María Fernanda Martínez, Center for the Study of Technology and Society (CETyS), Academia, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC) Carolina Aguerre, Center for the Study of Technology and Society (CETyS), Academia, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
Members of organizations from the Internet ecosystem in Latin America and the Caribbean. As in previous editions, the organizations invited to participate in the session will represent different sectors and will have a regional scope.
Rocío de la Fuente
Ignacio Sánchez González
Targets: The main objective of the session is to promote synergies and opportunities for collaboration to strengthen the Internet ecosystem in Latin America and the Caribbean, its infrastructure and management mechanisms, as well as to contribute to universal access and the bridging of multiple divides.
IGF 2022 Pre-event: The session will have two parts. The first part will be dedicated to learn about the advances and projects developed by different organizations in Latin America and the Caribbean. Subsequently, the second part will offer a workshop where researchers can disseminate the progress and objectives of their ongoing or recently completed research projects. Each part of the session will have time for questions and answers.
The IGF LAC Space, in its sixth edition, will continue to bring together a wide range of organizations, stakeholders and researchers from Latin America and the Caribbean in order to learn about the progress and achievements of recent years, as well as the projects and challenges of the time to come. Participants will address Internet governance from a Latin American and Caribbean perspective, commenting on how their projects have contributed to economic and social inclusion, advanced human rights and ensured universal access. The session will also be dedicated to presenting and discussing research papers that have addressed the use, development, evolution and regulation of the Internet in Latin America and the Caribbean. The session will thus seek to foster informed discussion and new opportunities for regional collaboration.
I plan to conduct my session online only.