Sossou Yao Amevi Amessinou
Pre-events: Poster competition
Social Media Advertisement
Meeting with students association
Bangladesh Internet Governance Forum
Pre-events: Public awareness campaigns: Launch social media campaigns, publish blog posts, and conduct interviews to raise awareness about the UN IGF 2023 and the remote hub in Dhaka. This can help generate interest and excitement among stakeholders and the public.
Stakeholder engagement: Reach out to various stakeholders, such as civil society organizations, academia, and government agencies, to gather their inputs and ideas on the key issues to be discussed at the IGF. This can help ensure that the discussions are relevant and inclusive.
Networking events: Organize networking events and informal meetups for remote hub participants to connect and exchange ideas. This can help foster a sense of community and collaboration among participants.
Technical preparations: Ensure that the technical infrastructure and equipment needed for the remote hub, such as high-speed internet, video conferencing tools, and projection screens, are in place and functioning properly. Conduct technical tests and rehearsals to identify and resolve any issues in advance.
Local content creation: Encourage local content creation on the themes of the IGF, such as producing videos, podcasts, and articles. This can help showcase the unique perspectives and experiences of the Dhaka community and enrich the discussions at the remote hub.
ONG Women Be Free
Pre-events: . Mobilisation des participants
. Préparation des documents de travail
. Vulgarisation auprès des autres parties prenantes
. Mise en place de la connexion Internet
. Mise en place du matériel de diffusion à distance
. Mise en place de la restauration
. Location de salle
. Location de chaise
Country: Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Pre-events: first activities would be to organize a webinar to allow the foreign participant in the theme of internet governance to know what it is and how it works. awareness campaign to inform the public of the event that will take place. This campaign will be done in the different social networks so that the participants are already aware of the event that will be organized. boosting the different pages to reach as many people as possible.
Asociación Colombiana de Usuarios de Internet
Pre-events: Reuniones previas a la realización del IGF 2023
Country: Dominican Republic
Institute of Public Policy and Diplomacy Research (IPPDR)
Pre-events: Send out invitations: Send out invitations to all participants with the date, time, and location of the event. Consider sending a reminder email a few days before the event.
Conduct a survey: Before the event, conduct a survey to understand the participants' needs and expectations. This can help you tailor the meeting to meet their needs and ensure they have a positive experience.
Set up a networking platform: Set up a platform (e.g., LinkedIn, Slack, or a custom-made platform) for participants to network and connect with each other before the event. This can help build anticipation and excitement, as well as foster relationships that can benefit everyone involved.
Provide pre-reading materials: Provide participants with pre-reading materials, such as articles or reports, that will be discussed during the meeting. This can help participants prepare and contribute to more meaningful discussions.
Host a virtual pre-meeting: Host a virtual meeting or webinar before the event to provide an overview of what will be covered, and answer any questions participants may have. This can help build excitement and anticipation for the event, as well as provide an opportunity for participants to get to know each other before the event.
Arrange transportation and accommodations: If the event requires participants to travel, arrange transportation and accommodations in advance. Providing this service can help ensure that participants arrive on time and are well-rested for the meeting.
Organization For Innovation and Sustainable Development Africa
Pre-events: Internet Security and Child rights protection policy in Digital Era
Pre-events: haw to use the internet for education
Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ)
Pre-events: 1. Formation of 4 member hub committee
2. Schedule 5 preparatory meeting and logistics planning before the IGF kickoff
3. Outreach and awareness creation to bring students and community to the hub
4. Selection of interested sessions
5. Going live and connecting with IGF Japan
6. Preparing and submission of final hup report to IGF Secretariat
CityHo, Volta Region
E-Governance and Internet Governance Foundation for Africa (EGIGFA)
Pre-events: We will do radio discussions on internet governance issues in order to draw attention of those who will participate. Ho is Regional capital of the Volta Region in Ghana. The town is made up of a lot of youth and students who are gradually developing interest in issues of Internet governance. Hence, it will be great to have this remote hub there in order to ensure that these people get informed and engage in the internet governance discussions.
This will be the first time a remote hub is being done in this vibrant city.
Centre Informatique Intégré de Gros-Morne (CIIGM)
Pre-events: Avant la réunion nous allons présenté l'institutions et parler de la gouvernance de l'internet
Centre d'Innovation Technologique et d'Entrepreneuriat (CITE)
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Tripla Difesa Onlus
Pre-events: Yes, online
Pre-events: Please see previous response
Pre-events: We have a number of planned activities, including a workshop by Mr.Chengetai.
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Dunia Moja Community Network
Pre-events: Online safety for kids and adults
Coding for kids Competition
Toto Centre Initiative
Pre-events: Toto Centre Initiative will primarily hold a pre-event forums meant to create public awareness to grassroots citizen of Lamu County, Kenya. Specifically, our pre-events shall focus on the following:
1. Inception meetings with grassroot community members for them to understand the work of Internet Governance Forum and its key mandate.
2. The invited stakeholders will also learn about how they can become members of the IGF and take part of the Annual IGF forums held around the world.
3. The community forums will also aimed to empower and build capacity of local citizens to ensure they understand the significance of Internet and the effects of Internet Shutdown in Kenya
4. By the end of the forum, all the 40 (20 male and 20 female) will have deep knowledge of their rights, key skills and strategies for advocating and lobbying for Internet access in all rural counties in Kenya.
5. Finally Toto Centre Initiative through the Remote Hub Coordinator will Register participants join and follow virtual proceedings of the IGF in Kyoto International Conference in Japan.
6. Writing and submission of the Remote Hub Report to IGF Secretariat
Kenya Youth IGF
Pre-events: Twitter Space meetings on the Topics
Follow up conversation post Kenya youth IGF on engagement at East African and African IGFs
Pre-events: One session explaining the IGF and its process.
One session digging deep in the IGF areas and reflect it on the Libyan context.
Libyan Information Authority
Pre-events: ccTLD policy drafting workshops
Pre-events: Outreach and mobilization to the IG community in Abuja
Release of Press briefing on the Global IGF Sessions
Stakeholder Engagement Digital Webinar Series for Africa (SENDiWSA)
Pre-events: Introduction to the Internet
Structure of the Internet
About Internet Governance
Pre-events: 1) Orientation Workshop
2) Media Launch
Coffee at Anu Books
Pre-events: Bringing youth to the platform of the book shop.
Capacity building on Internet governance
Country: Saudi Arabia
Digital Government Authority
Pre-events: Public awareness campaigns
Saudi IGF and the community to conduct internal pre-workshops preparation
Invitation to the students
Country: South Sudan
Pre-events: We plan to hold a stakeholder engagement to discuss issues of concern for People with Disabilities (PWDs), we will then present to the IGF body that will host side chat related to the issue we want to present.
Country: Tanzania, United Republic of
Pre-events: 1. Community mobilization
2. physical meetups events
3. Trainings, mentoring and coaching
4. Develop business pitching competitions
5. Fire side chat events
Rwenzogreen Associates Ltd
Pre-events: Organise the Venue, to delegate tasks who will troubleshoot the microphone, presentation screen,refreshments,meeting program,
To distinguish important topics to discuss.
Check availability of attendees and brainstorm.
Develop an agenda Similar to the official meeting and know what we want to accomplish,
Clarify ideas and activities.
Vanuatu Internet Governance Forum
Pre-events: Pre IGF preparatory meeting
Country: South Africa
Safe Hub Jabulani Soweto
Pre-events: Hosting Remote Hub "Forum on Internet Freedom in Africa 2023"
Hosting Remote Hub "South African IGF 2023"
Hosting Remote Hub " African IGF 2023"
Internet Society Zambia Chapter
Pre-events: 1. Planning meetings for coordination and agenda setting
2. Webinars on need for engagement in the IG ecosystem
3. The 2nd ZambiaSIG introducing fellows to the Internet Governance Community
BongoHive Innovations Limited
Pre-events: Developing an agenda: The agenda will outline the topics to be covered and the order in which they will be presented and discussed.
Sending invitations: Once the agenda is developed, invitations will be sent to all participants with the date, time, and location of the meeting.
Assigning roles: The assignment of specific roles to participants, such as note-taker or timekeeper, and technical operator; to ensure that everyone knows what is expected of them.
Gathering materials: Any materials needed for the meeting, such as reports, data, or presentations, will be gathered and distributed to participants before the meeting.
Setting goals and objectives: We will set clear goals and objectives for the meeting to ensure that it is productive and achieves its intended outcomes.