Organizer 1: Andrea Romaoli Garcia, United Nations / AMBASSADOR Skip a Meal (Simuka Africa Youth Association) Internet Society -NY / ITU
Organizer 2: Mamadou Lo , DIPLO
Organizer 3: Laura Margolis, Intersys Uruguay
Organizer 4: Axel Abad, ISOC SIG Cybersecurity

Speaker 1: Andrea Romaoli Garcia, Government, Intergovernmental Organization
Speaker 2: Mamadou Lo , Civil Society, African Group
Speaker 3: Natalia Filina, Private Sector, Eastern European Group
Speaker 4: Olutoyin Justus Oloniteru, Private Sector, African Group
Speaker 5: Craig Spiezle Spiezle, Technical Community, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)

Policy Question(s): 

1.Whereas Blockchain Election will help to resolve e-voting in traditional information system (TIS) environment that is based on centralized computing where hacking or disruptions by state and non-state actors can take place. What are the Internet Governance issues for such an environment and also in the emerging Blockchain/DLT environment where technology superpower nations (countries) can tamper with e-voting election results of even advanced countries.
2. In Real World there is a lack of justice and trust and very difficult to follow the sustainable development goals… (to be continued)
3. What would be the action plan in cyber world in order to make things different to avoid what happens in real world?
4. Which are the key trends in the evolution of AI and emerges technologies and their impact on business, society and personal life?

2. Is the Internet a network of possibilities of the digital age or a place of limitations of our rights and freedoms? What do we want and who is the regulator - society, government, business?
3. Wich are the challenges and opportunities of Governments to manage the standardized defense, the cybersecurity community and open data?

Relevance to Theme: The Hyperconnected global community opened a new consumerist society, development strategies and business intermediation in the global economy by making feasible the use of tools or utilities to expand the manufacture process, increase knowledge, and allowing the accomplishment of multilateral business through computer communication (internet).
This new model has brought direct consequences to dynamics of capitalism, doing many companies to carry out the commercial activity in the virtual environment by offering INTANGIBLE​ GOODS AND SERVICES.
Thus, there was a substantial increase in wealth circulating through the digitized economy in the virtual environment. This demonstrates the potential that emerging technologies have to deliver the Minimum Existential to humanity.
Alongside the opportunities and improvements that technology has brought, there are challenges and consequences that affects the humanity in all fields.
In order to fulfill the goals of the 2030 agenda, there is a need to discuss opportunities, challenges and consequences to establish the cyberspace in Trust and Equitable Justice where the Human being must be treated as the central element.
One of the benefits of technology is to provide equal access to justice and empower women and girls, it will stablish the dignified life.
So, this workshop proposal aims to address cross-border data in all aspects and therefore we add remote audience.
This proposal about the Workshop is collaborating to promote the development, transfer, dissemination and diffusion of environmentally sound technologies to developing countries on favourable terms, including on concessional and preferential terms, as the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development was scheduled, ​Goal 10.

Relevance to Internet Governance: The technologies such as ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, IOT, BIG DATA and digitized economy provides a new chance for governments and society to work together to restore the MINIMAL EXISTENTIAL. It encompass the economic and social aspects.
Along as side, there is a RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DIGITIZED ECONOMY AND DEMOCRACY due to technologies can strengths the democratic pillars through more accountability: transparent, efficient and moral acts.
This new social and economic behavior is opening a new model of Democracy's system: NEO-­CONSTRUCTIVIST DEMOCRACY where there is a broad valorization of the EXISTENTIAL MINIMUM as a goal to technological development in all fields.
This attributes set is emboding the Neo-­Constructivist Democracy and holding the HUMAN such as a FOCAL ELEMENT to establish social and economic policies to achieve the economic and educational development. Different of the past, the economic interpretation of laws isn't a way to impress the EQUITABLE JUSTICE. Thus, is required actions to make real this rules through the governmental measures and from civil society spreading the Human Being as an object to interpret laws and don't only the money.
The expectation on 1​ 7.8 goal from 2030 Agenda i​ s in delay because we didn't reach the fully operationalize the technology bank and science, technology and innovation capacity-­building mechanism for least developed countries by 2017.
The delay is one of others reasons that this Workshop on Justice & Trust to Sustainable World come on the floor in Berlim arising issues about the i​ mportance to promote the inclusive societies for sustainable development through the access to Justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels,​ G​ oal 16.
In order for the volume of wealth coming up from the digital economy to include everyone and achieve human dignity at all levels, the norms on Trust need to be discussed to enable the application in the future.
Currently, the digital economy and c​ ross-­border data lead to physical border to establish the smart border. Thus, some Governments are relativizing the concept on s​ overeignty​ to achieve social peace.
The international law system is asking for discussions because the hyperconnected society has brought new premises.
There is the need for more legal limits for child protection, data protection and fake news treatment.
Fake news and neo-­constructivist democracy are linked because groups manipulate laws to establish fraudulent elections. There are also those groups who wish to impose dictatorship using Fake News to apply the sensura in communications.
Another point, discussing the D​ ATA GOVERNANCE in a perspective about Justice and Trust will point out new roads to the sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels. Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all is corresponding to ​Goal 8.
This workshop embraces the G​ oals: 5, 8, 10, 12, 16 and 17.​ Among others 17 goals, J​ ustice is Goal 16 and we are working to promote peaceful and inclusive societies.


Round Table - Circle - 90 Min

Description: Mechanism - moderator:
The moderator begins introducing the speakers and introducing the discussion. After, the moderator will allow the Speakers starting the presentation.
The speakers will introduce their their point of view
Each Speaker will have 8 minutes for their presentation. After the all Speakers, will begin the session to open discuss. Then, the moderator will conclude.

Mechanism - Speaker:
We are planning to have a round table of at least 5 active speakers. All Speakers already confirmed the collaboration.
Is expected from each Speaker to present a topic addressing their point of view of his industry and addressing his point of view on the central theme. (8 min).
In the middle of the debates, the initial discussions will be amplified by the audience's interference.
The Speakers are expected to submit their final papers to the Roundtable organization by August 2019.
The Remote Speaker is under the same rules.
The proposal was attentive in seeking Speakers and members from varied regions and genres with the widest possible point of view.

Expected Outcomes: Justice & Trust in a Sustainable World by roundtable is c​ ollaborating with the IGF 2019 to envisage a world of universal respect for Human Rights and human dignity, the rule of law, justice, equality and non-­discrimination;; of respect for race, ethnicity and cultural diversity;; and of equal opportunity permitting the full realization of human potential and contributing to shared prosperity. A world which invests in its children and in which every child grows up free from violence and exploitation. A world in which every woman and girl enjoys full gender equality and all legal, social and economic barriers to their empowerment have been removed. A just, equitable, tolerant, open and socially inclusive world in which the needs of the most vulnerable are met.
Thus, in the end it will be possible to produce a report with in-depth analyzes about the issues affecting children and users of the hyperconnected society and to establish an overview that will guide governments in taken-decisions.

Onsite Moderator: 

Laura Margolis, Private Sector, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)

Online Moderator: 

Axel Abad, Technical Community, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)


Andrea Romaoli Garcia, Government, Intergovernmental Organization

Discussion Facilitation: 

To reach the variety and the largest number of audiences, the organizer, moderator and Speakers are committed to ventilate the IGF 2019 and its programming in various media.
The remote speaker is a innovation that become the roundtable dinamic and we are planning as a remote speaker an USA Congressman.
There may be interaction between the organizer and the remote audience bringing other issues to the table.

Online Participation: 

Allowing the public participation for people who register up to 12 hours before the event.
We will provide an email for receiving questions from audience up to 12 hours prior to the event. The moderator will select 5 questions for each speaker to answer.
During the session, the audience should participate by commenting or submitting questions. At this point, the moderator will select the question that matches the current content discussed of the roundtable.

Proposed Additional Tools: We will spread the session in live by facebook


GOAL 1: No Poverty
GOAL 2: Zero Hunger
GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-Being
GOAL 4: Quality Education
GOAL 5: Gender Equality
GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth
GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
GOAL 10: Reduced Inequalities
GOAL 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
GOAL 17: Partnerships for the Goals