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IGF 2018 EVOLUTION OF INTERNET GOVERNANCE

IGF 2018 Pre-Session Synthesis & Short Report Template

Pre-Session Synthesis Due: 2 November 2018

Short Report Due: Within 12 hours of when session is held

[sample report here]

 

 
 

 - Session Type (Workshop, Open Forum, etc.): Thematic/Main Session

- Title: Evolution of Internet Governance (IG): NRIs focus on the multistakeholder approach

- Date & Time: 13 November 2018, 11:40 - 13:00 p.m. CST, Room I, UNESCO HQ, Paris

- Organizer(s): 111 national, regionla and Youth IGFs (NRIs)

- Chair/Moderator: Ambassador Benedicto Fonseca and Anja Gengo

- Rapporteur/Notetaker: APrIGF (TBC), Dustin Phillips (IGF-USA) and NiGF( Remote) Somtochukwu E. Dike

- List of speakers and their institutional affiliations (Indicate male/female/ transgender male/ transgender female/gender variant/prefer not to answer):

  1. Africa IGF, Makane Faye

  2. Albania IGF, Fotjon Kosta. 1st Policy Question

  3. Albania Youth IGF, Dajana Mulaj

  4. APrIGF, Yannis Li

  5. Arab IGF, TBC. 2nd Policy Question

  6. Argentina IGF, Carolina Aguerre

  7. Armenia IGF, Lianna Galstyan

  8. Barbados IGF, TBC

  9. Brazil IGF, Prof. Flávio Wagner. 1st Policy Question

  10. Central African IGF, Michel Linze

  11. Chad IGF, Abdeldjalil Bachar Bong

  12. UK-IGF, Nick W. Smith

  13. China IGF, Tian Lou. 3rd Policy Question

  14. Colombia IGF, Julian Casasbuenas. 2nd Policy Question

  15. DR Congo IGF, TBC

  16. Dutch IGF, TBC

  17. EuroDIG, Sandra Hoferichter. 2nd Policy Question

  18. France IGF, Nicolas Chagny

  19. Ghana IGF, TBC

  20. IGF-USA, Shane Tews

  21. Indonesia IGF, TBC

  22. Italy IGF, TBC. 2nd Policy Question

  23. Japan IGF, Keisuke Kamimura. 2nd Policy Question

  24. Korea IGF, Eun Chang

  25. LACIGF, Olga Cavalli. 2nd Policy Question

  26. Lebanon IGF, TBC

  27. Macedonia IGF, TBC

  28. Namibia IGF, TBC

  29. Nigeria IGF, Mary Uduma. 1st Policy Question

  30. Portugal IGF, Ana Neves

  31. Panama IGF, Lia P. Hernandez

  32. SEEDIG, Sorina Teleanu. 2nd Policy Question

  33. Spain IGF, Zoraida Frias

  34. Trinidad and Tobago, George Gobin and Tracy Hackshaw

  35. West Africa IGF, Mary Uduma

  36. Youth Africa IGF, TBC

 

- Theme (as listed here): Evolution of Internet Governance

- Subtheme (as listed here): BROADENING STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATION IN INTERNET GOVERNANCE, IGF ORGANIZATION & ROLE, MULTISTAKEHOLDERISM​

- Please state no more than three (3) key messages of the discussion. [150 words or less]

  1. Examples from the NRIs on how the application of the multistakeholder model to discussing the Internet governance pertaining matters, contributed to development of Internet governance. Is there an impact on policies from the Internet Governance Forum initiatives?
    [Inputs included: decision making through multistakeholder model, engaging all stakeholders to work together].

     

  2. What are the challenges we face while engineering/developing and implementing the multistakeholder model for discussing the Internet governance pertaining matters?
    [Inputs included: awareness level, competing initiatives, specific issues require specific discussion models, complexities related to achieving consensus, stakeholders acting on unequal footing]

     

  3. How can we improve the implementation of the multistakeholder model on the national and regional levels?
    [Inputs included: strengthening the multistakeholder model, raising awareness, increasing collaboration between IG initiatives on national, regional and global levels; increasing NRIs outcomes and outreach]

     

  4. Multistakeholder model on a global level: current status and recommendations for improvements
    [Inputs included: functioning of the multistakeholder model in UN context; future of the IGF]

 

- Please elaborate on the discussion held, specifically on areas of agreement and divergence. [150 words] Examples: There was broad support for the view that…; Many [or some] indicated that…; Some supported XX, while others noted YY…; No agreement…

- Please describe any policy recommendations or suggestions regarding the way forward/potential next steps. [100 words]

- What ideas surfaced in the discussion with respect to how the IGF ecosystem might make progress on this issue? [75 words]

- Please estimate the total number of participants.

- Please estimate the total number of women and gender-variant individuals present.

- To what extent did the session discuss gender issues, and if to any extent, what was the discussion? [100 words]

Report: 
IGF 2018 Pre-Session Synthesis & Short Report Template Pre-Session Synthesis Due: 2 November 2018 ‎ Short Report Due: Within 12 hours of when session is held ‎ ‎- Session Type (Workshop, Open Forum, etc.): Thematic/Main Session ‎- Title: Evolution of Internet Governance (IG): NRIs focus on the multistakeholder approach ‎- Date & Time: 13 November 2018, 11:40-13:00 p.m. CET‎ ‎- Organizer(s): National, Regional and Youth IGFs (NRIs) in collaboration with MAG ‎- Chair/Moderator: Ambassadro Benedicto Fonseca and Anja Gengo, NRIs Focal Point ‎ ‎- Rapporteur/Notetaker: APrIGF and Nigeria IGF ‎- List of speakers and their institutional affiliations (Indicate male/female/ transgender male/ ‎transgender female/gender variant/prefer not to answer): Involved NRIs, speakers TBC, are:‎ ‎1.‎ Africa IGF (Makane Faye),‎ ‎2.‎ Albania IGF,‎ ‎3.‎ Albania Youth IGF,‎ ‎4.‎ APrIGF,‎ ‎5.‎ Arab IGF,‎ ‎6.‎ Argentina IGF,‎ ‎7.‎ Armenia IGF,‎ ‎8.‎ Barbados IGF,‎ ‎9.‎ Brazil IGF (Prof. Flávio Wagner),‎ ‎10.‎ Central African IGF,‎ ‎11.‎ Chad IGF, ‎ ‎12.‎ UK-IGF,‎ ‎13.‎ China IGF,‎ ‎14.‎ Colombia IGF,‎ ‎15.‎ DR Congo IGF,‎ ‎16.‎ Dutch IGF,‎ ‎17.‎ EuroDIG,‎ ‎18.‎ France IGF (Nicolas Chagny).‎ ‎19.‎ Ghana IGF,‎ ‎20.‎ IGF-USA,‎ ‎21.‎ Indonesia IGF;‎ ‎22.‎ Italy IGF,‎ ‎23.‎ Japan IGF,‎ ‎24.‎ Korea IGF,‎ ‎25.‎ LACIGF,‎ ‎26.‎ Lebanon IGF,‎ ‎27.‎ Macedonia IGF (tbc),‎ ‎28.‎ Namibia IGF,‎ ‎29.‎ Nigeria IGF,‎ ‎30.‎ Portugal IGF,‎ ‎31.‎ Panama IGF (Lia P. Hernandez)‎ ‎32.‎ SEEDIG,‎ ‎33.‎ Spain IGF,‎ ‎34.‎ Trinidad and Tobago (George Gobin and Tracy Hackshaw)‎ ‎35.‎ West Africa IGF,‎ ‎36.‎ Youth Africa IGF ‎- Theme (as listed here): Evolution of Internet Governance ‎- Subtheme (as listed here): MULTISTAKEHOLDERISM ‎- Please state no more than three (3) key messages of the discussion. [150 words or less]‎ ‎1.‎ Examples from the NRIs on how the application of the multistakeholder model to discussing the ‎Internet governance pertaining matters, contributed to development of Internet governance. Is there an ‎impact on policies from the Internet Governance Forum initiatives? ‎[Inputs included: decision making through multistakeholder model, engaging all stakeholders to work ‎together]‎ ‎2.‎ What are the challenges we face while engineering/developing and implementing the multistakeholder ‎model for discussing the Internet governance pertaining matters? ‎[Inputs included: awareness level, competing initiatives, specific issues require specific discussion ‎models, complexities related to achieving consensus, stakeholders acting on unequal footing]‎ ‎3.‎ How can we improve the implementation of the multistakeholder model on the national and regional ‎levels? ‎[Inputs included: strengthening the multistakeholder model, raising awareness, increasing collaboration ‎between IG initiatives on national, regional and global levels; increasing NRIs outcomes and outreach]‎ ‎4.‎ Multistakeholder model on a global level: current status and recommendations for improvements ‎[Inputs included: functioning of the multistakeholder model in UN context; future of the IGF]‎ ‎- Please elaborate on the discussion held, specifically on areas of agreement and divergence. [150 words] ‎Examples: There was broad support for the view that…; Many [or some] indicated that…; Some supported XX, while ‎others noted YY…; No agreement…‎ ‎- Please describe any policy recommendations or suggestions regarding the way forward/potential next ‎steps. [100 words]‎ ‎- What ideas surfaced in the discussion with respect to how the IGF ecosystem might make progress on this ‎issue? [75 words]‎ ‎- Please estimate the total number of participants. ‎ ‎- Please estimate the total number of women and gender-variant individuals present.‎ ‎- To what extent did the session discuss gender issues, and if to any extent, what was the discussion? [100 ‎words]‎
Session Time: 
Tuesday, 13 November, 2018 - 11:30 to 12:50
Room: 
Salle I (Main)

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