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  1. DATA
    IGF 2020 NRIs Collaborative Session: Data utilization for sustainability
    4 Nov 13:50 to 14:50 UTC
    Follow this guide on how to connect to the session: https://www.intgovforum.org/multilingual/index.php?q=filedepot_download/10603/2318


  2. DATA
    IGF 2020 OF #39 OECD – Policy responses from COVID19 and the digital economy
    4 Nov 17:10 to 18:10 UTC
    This Open Forum will report on the key messages from the OECD work on COVID-19 and the digital economy. It will also present some highlights from the upcoming OECD publication "Digital Economy Outlook 2020". Together with representatives of government, business, civil society and international organisations, it will foster a reflection on opportunities and challenges for the digital economy during and beyond COVID-19.
    • Ms Audrey Plonk, Head of Digital Economy Policy Division, OECD
    • Ms Carolina Botero, Representative of the Civil Society Information Society Advisory Council (CSISAC) to the OECD
    • Mr Bengt Molleryd, Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) and Chair of OECD’s working Party on Communication Infrastructure and Services Policy
    • Ms Carolyn Nguyen, Director of Technology Policy, Microsoft
    • Ms Golestan (Sally) Radwan, Minister Advisor for Artificial Intelligence, Ministry of Communications & Information Technology of Egypt
    • Mr Mark Uhrbach, Chief of Digital Economy Metrics at Statistics Canada and Chair of the OECD’s Working Party on Measurement and Analysis of the Digital Economy
    • Mr Yves Verhoeven, Deputy Director of Strategy at the National Cybersecurity Agency of France (ANSSI) and Chair of the OECD’s Working Party on Security in the Digital Economy


  3. DATA
    IGF 2020 Future Unclear: data and bodies in the post-pandemic times
    5 Nov 08:40 to 10:10 UTC
    A conversation on bodies and data in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Bishakha Datta, Point of View, India (Moderator)

    Dr. Anja Kovacs, Internet Democracy Project, India (Speaker)

    Joana Varon, Coding Rights, Brazil (Speaker)

    Sadaf Khan, Media Matters for Democracy, Pakistan (Speaker)



  4. DATA
    IGF 2020 Inaugural meeting, Dynamic Coalition on Data and Trust
    5 Nov 10:50 to 12:20 UTC
    This interactive discussion is the inaugural meeting of the new Dynamic Coalition on Data and Trust. The speakers will briefly set the scene on the vision for the Dynamic Coalition, the linkages between data and trust within the domain name industry and online content environment. The discussions will be framed around the effectiveness of industry responses to the Covid-19 pandemic within the domain environment, web environment and social media.

    Giovanni Seppia, EURid

    Pablo Bello, WhatsApp

    Lisa-Maria Neudert, Oxford Internet Institute

    Antoan Shoratov, EURid Youth Committee

    Alberto Rabbachin, European Commission

    The meeting would have been held in round-table format, and the organisers will welcome floor points from all participants.  Graeme Bunton of Tucows and Polina Malaja of CENTR have indicated a willingness to provide interventions on the theme of industry responses to the Covid-19 pandemic.



  5. DATA
    IGF 2020 OF #30 Human rights and the use of AI in the field of health
    5 Nov 17:40 to 18:40 UTC
    The area of health is considered an important field for use of AI, but has also stirred many human rights discussions. Medical data and online apps can support improved health outcomes. But they might also exacerbate inequalities and erode privacy. Such concerns became more visible amidst discussions around the use of online data to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. This session addresses discusses how AI can be best used in the area of health and how governments should respond to the challenges.

    Martha Stickings, European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights

    Ritva Halila, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Finland and member of Council of Europe Bioethics Committee

    Andreas Reis, World Health Organization (WHO)

    Oliver Smith, Koa Health

    Katarzyna Szymielewicz, Panoptykon Foundation, European Digital Rights (EDRi)



  6. DATA
    IGF 2020 OF #28 Swiss Open Forum on Self-Determination in the Digital Space
    6 Nov 10:50 to 11:50 UTC
    During this session, members of the Swiss Digital Self-Determination network will present their work to enhance civic and economic participation in the digital space, based on the values of self-determination and will elaborate on concrete use cases to promote high-quality data spaces that allow reliable data exchange between all stakeholders. The session will also gather international inputs and views on this initiative, with a view of considering the development of an international network.


  7. DATA
    IGF 2020 OF #46 Beyond Personal Data: Literacy, Sovereignty and Rights
    6 Nov 12:00 to 13:00 UTC
    • Global convention for the implementation of Internet governance in order to promote global understanding and respect among countries. • Acknowledgment of everybody’s right (personal data) being held and kept by various operators in the world, as part of globally acceptable personal data protection. • Mutual benefits in digital economy ecosystem for both international and local participants.
    • Ministry of Communication and Information Technology of the Republic of Indonesia
    • Edmon Chung, DotAsia, CEO
    • Arthit Suriyawongkul, Thai Netizen Network, Trinity College Dublin


  8. DATA
    IGF 2020 OF #49 Upholding Rights in the State-Business Nexus: C19 and beyond
    6 Nov 13:10 to 14:10 UTC
    This session will focus on strategies and practices to advance human rights when governments procure, license or form partnerships to make use of new digital technologies. In a context where contact tracing-apps are developed through public-private partnerships, States should take additional steps to protect against human rights abuses by business enterprises that receive substantial support and services from State agencies and where appropriate, require human rights due diligence.
    • Gary Davis, Global Director of Privacy & Law Enforcement Requests, Apple 
    • Stephanie Hankey, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Tactical Tech
    • Philip Dawson, Lead Public Policy, Element AI
    • John Howell, Director, Human Rights Scrutiny, Australian Human Rights Commission


  9. DATA
    IGF 2020 OF #29 Global Encryption Coalition
    6 Nov 17:10 to 18:10 UTC
    Session on the Global Encryption Coalition and the global encryption debate around the world - what's at stake and what we can do about it.

    Natalie Campbell, Director, Community Organizing and Public Advocacy, Internet Society

    Mishi Choudry, Legal Director and Founder of Software Freedom Law Center and Founder SFLC.in

    Michele Neylon, Owner & CEO, Blacknight Solutions

    Greg Nojeim, Senior Counsel and Director, Freedom, Security and Technology Project, Center for Democracy and Technology

    Ryan Polk, Senior Policy Advisor, Internet Society

    Courtney Radsch, PhD, Advocacy Director, Committee to Protect Journalists



  10. DATA
    IGF 2020 WS #187 Open data For Women and Persons with disabilities
    9 Nov 07:40 to 08:40 UTC
    Open Data is data which is made accessible and available in a standardized machine-readable format and under a license that allows it to be re-used and re-shared. Open data policies should be able to provide frameworks for opening up access to government data and provide governance mechanisms. Policies from governments should always highlight the requirements for the successful implementation of open data for all people including Women and Persons with disabilities.

    Speaker 1: Joan Katambi, Intergovernmental Organization, African Group
    Speaker 2: Rebecca Ryakitimbo, Civil Society, African Group
    Speaker 3: Peace Oliver Amuge, Civil Society, African Group
    Speaker 4: Eileen Kwiponya, Civil Society, African Group
    Speaker 5: Innocent Adriko, Civil Society, African Group

    Speaker 6: Shamim Nampijja, Civil Society, African Group

     

     

     



  11. DATA
    IGF 2020 Main Session DATA: Data governance and practices lessons during COVID-19 pandemic
    9 Nov 09:20 to 10:50 UTC
    The COVID-19 pandemic prompted many public private initiatives around the world to leverage data for fighting the pandemic. We are looking to share and hear about useful experiences from different stakeholders about how to ensure privacy and other human rights while leveraging the use of data for tackling the pandemic.


  12. DATA
    IGF 2020 WS #128 Global crises and socially responsible data responses
    9 Nov 11:00 to 12:00 UTC
    This workshop will address how collaboration through responsible data-sharing could provide organizations (both public and private) around the world with access to the variety, quantity and quality of data to enable further progress in research, new products and services, as well as policy development.

    Speaker 1: Nnenna Nwakanma, Civil Society, African Group
    Speaker 2: Rudolf GRIDL, Government, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 3: Carolyn Nguyen, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 4: Christoph Steck, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)



  13. DATA
    IGF 2020 WS #75 AI solution and governance for global public emergencies
    10 Nov 08:40 to 10:10 UTC
    This workshop will explore the potential of AI to create solutions for global public emergencies and build some good governance models of AI.

    Speaker 1: Chuang Liu, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 2: KE GONG, Intergovernmental Organization, Intergovernmental Organization
    Speaker 3: Ricardo Israel Robles Pelayo, Private Sector, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 4: Horst Kremers, Technical Community, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 5: Daisy Selematsela, Civil Society, African Group



  14. DATA
    IGF 2020 WS #194 Governing Cross Border Data Flow & Sustainable Development
    10 Nov 15:50 to 16:50 UTC
    The proposed session will shed light on the adverse impact of restricting cross border data flows on factors affecting sustainable development goals of inclusive growth, full employment and innovation such as denting inclusive participation in economy of Medium Small and Micro Enterprises (MSMEs) and startups, from developing countries working in the Information Technology Enabled Service (ITES) sector along with effect on consumers trust and usage of select digital technology-driven services.

    Speaker 1: Raymond Tavares, Intergovernmental Organization, Intergovernmental Organization
    Speaker 2: Jay Gullish, Government, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 3: Bipul Chatterjee, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 4: Peter Mwecha, Private Sector, African Group

    We are bringing in an additional speaker from the intergovernmental organisation, which would add more value and gender and regional diversity in our panel instead of Mr. Peter Mwecha. The speaker’s experience and expertise in the areas of international trade and technological developments would bring in a developing country perspective on the issue of cross border data flows and its impact on trade-led growth in the African region. Additionally, her advanced experience with an intergovernmental organisation would help shed light on the role of such organisations in building regional partnerships leading to more dialogue and discussion between countries. Moreover, we have taken into account the valued feedback given by the MAG committee to inculcate more diversity into the panel by adding a new speaker. Our final speaker list is-

    1. Mr. Raymond Tavares, UNIDO
    2. Mr. Jay Gullish, USIBC
    3. Dr. Joy M.A Katgekwa, UNDP
    4. Mr. Bipul Chatterjee, CUTS International (Moderator and Presenter)


  15. DATA
    IGF 2020 WS #73 DNS over HTTPS (DoH): Human Rights, Markets, and Governance
    11 Nov 15:10 to 16:40 UTC
    This session explains how the DoH standard, which protects domain name queries, affects fundamental Internet governance issues like cybersecurity and human rights. Panelists and audience members will discuss the implications of DoH adoption for network/user security and privacy, the economic incentives and organization of impacted markets, potential impacts on domestic regulatory compliance and extraterritorial effects of DoH adoption, and explore some recent decisions by states.

    Speaker 1: Joey Salazar, Civil Society, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 2: Andrei Robachevsky, Technical Community, Western European and Other States Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 3: Bruna Santos , Civil Society, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 4: Amod Malviza, Private Sector, Asia Pacific
    Speaker 5: Alissa Starzak, Private Sector, Western European and Other States Group (WEOG)

    We have also confirmed as a speaker the participation of Alissa Starzak, Head of Public Policy, Cloudflare (WEOG), Olga Makarova, Head of Internet and Data Services, MTS (EEG), and Barry Leiba, Director Internet Standards, Futurewei and IETF Area Director.

     



  16. DATA
    IGF 2020 WS #207 Ensuring Trusted Data Sharing for Monitorining the SDGs
    11 Nov 15:10 to 16:40 UTC
    This session addresses the multiple challenges and opportunities stemming from the use of diverse (tradicional and innovative) data sources, and of data sharing scenarios involving various stakeholders for monitoring the SGDs. The WS features renowed experts inlcuding authorities from statistical offices, representatives of international organizations, academia and civil society, from different regions of the world.

    Speaker 1: Ana Laura Martinez, Civil Society, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 2: Daniel Ker, Intergovernmental Organization, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 3: Jaco Toit, Intergovernmental Organization, Intergovernmental Organization
    Speaker 4: Mark Uhrbach, Government, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 5: Dominik Rozkrut, Government, Eastern European Group
    Speaker 6: Alison Gillwald, Civil Society, African Group
    Speaker 7: Helani Galpaya, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group



  17. DATA
    IGF 2020 WS #184 Children’s Rights and Participation in Data Governance
    11 Nov 16:50 to 17:50 UTC
    The panel will focus on 4 themes centred around children's rights and participation in the governance of their educational data in increasingly digitised schools (1)Voice: Who are the users of edtech? (2)Freedom: What futures do we imagine where opt-out of digital tech use in schools isn’t available? (3) Rights: Existing limitations and best practices to education data use and collection. (4)Threats and Opportunities from AI in education.

    Speaker 1: Couldry Nick, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 2: Bietti Elettra, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 3: Greene Gretchen , Technical Community, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 4: Ganesh Varunram, Technical Community, Asia-Pacific Group

    Main speakers include:

    Velislava Hillman 
    Velislava Hillman is a senior researcher and a Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics & Political Science. Her research interests are in children's role and rights in education data use, data privacy preservation and data ownership, and children's voices in increasingly digitized and data-driven learning spaces. Velislava is the founder of EDDS, a start-up focused on student data privacy and literacy.

    Nick Couldry
    Nick Couldry is a sociologist of media and culture. He is Professor of Media Communications and Social Theory at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and from 2017 has been Faculty Associate at Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society. He is the author or editor of fifteen books including most recently The Costs of Connection: How Data is Colonizing Human Life and Appropriating Life for Capitalism (with Ulises Mejias, Stanford UP), Media: Why It Matters  (Polity 2019), Media, Voice, Space and Power (Routledge 2020), The Mediated Construction of Reality (with Andreas Hepp, Polity, 2016), Media, Society, World: Social Theory and Digital Media Practice (Polity 2012) and Why Voice Matters (Sage 2010).

    Gretchen Greene
    Gretchen Greene, C.Phil, M.S., J.D., is an internationally recognized expert on face and emotion recognition and AI and AV policy and ethics whose advice to governments has been read in 8,000 cities. Gretchen Greene is an AI policy advisor, Yale trained lawyer, computer vision scientist, autonomous vehicle engineer and former U.S. national lab mathematician whose broad, multi-industry and government experience includes technical, legal and policy work for the U.S. Departments of Energy, Defense, Justice and Homeland Security, the British House of Lords, NRDC Asia and Ropes & Gray.

    Doaa Abu-Elyounes 
    Doaa Abu-Elyounes is a doctoral student at Harvard Law School; and an affiliate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University. Doaa researches the effect of artificial intelligence algorithms on the criminal justice system; and the legal framework that is suitable to govern the new space.

    Beatriz Botero Arcila
    Beatriz Botero Arcila is a doctoral candidate at Harvard Law School and an affiliate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University. Her research studies the governance of data collected by digital platforms in cities, such as sharing economy firms and smart city technology providers. 

    Varunram Ganesh
    Varunram Ganesh is a Research Engineer and Entrepreneur from Chennai, India working at the MIT Digital Currency Initiative (DCI). His background is in technology research and data privacy, and his interests span cryptocurrencies, personal data security and emerging technologies. As an active entrepreneur, he performs research at the intersection of data privacy and student inclusion at EDDS, a startup focused on student data privacy, and leads Bitcoin education initiatives at BitHyve.



  18. DATA
    IGF 2020 BPF Data and New Technologies in an Internet Context
    12 Nov 09:00 to 10:30 UTC
    A dialogue on how users’ data is collected, analysed and used, and best practices to ensure that it is used to bring benefit and not to harm. 1. What are current challenges and concerns re. the collection and use of users’ data and what best practices exist to ensure that data is used to bring benefit and not to harm? 2. Are views and concerns changing and is there a need for new mental models and mindsets? 3. What is the way forward and what is the role of Internet Governance and the IGF?


  19. DATA
    IGF 2020 WS #125 How do you embed trust and confidence in AI?
    12 Nov 12:20 to 13:20 UTC
    The proposed session will debate questions regarding governance methods to providing citizens, organizations and governments with the means to assess the trustworthiness of AI systems. As AI is playing an increasingly vital role in the services that are provided over the internet, as well as running and maintaining the core infrastructure that the internet depends on, trust in the Internet is increasingly defined by trust in these AI systems.

    Speaker 1: Clara Neppel, Technical Community, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 2: Parminder Jeet Singh, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 3: Ansgar Koene, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 4: Yohko HATADA, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 5: Amani Abou-Zeid , Intergovernmental Organization, African Group

    The moderator role will be take over by Catherine (Katie) Kummer, Global Deputy Vice Chair, Public Policy at EY, who will replace Hassan-Szlamka Fatima in this role since Fatima will be on maternity leave.

    Mr. Ajijola Abdul-Hakeem,the Chair of the African Union Cybersecurity Expert Group (AUCSEG), will replace Dr. Amani Abou-Zeid, who unfortunately will have to attend to other AU matters at the time of our panel.

     



  20. DATA
    IGF 2020 WS #236 Data flows, Trade and International Cooperation
    12 Nov 14:30 to 16:00 UTC
    Trade is facilitated when Internet functions at its best and data can flow freely and efficiently. Reciprocally, the global reach and effectiveness of the Internet depend on trade. This event discusses how data policies affect companies providing the digital infrastructure needed for the data revolution. The event presents international cooperation schemes in privacy, cybersecurity and competition, and discusses the effectiveness of these schemes and how they affect Internet companies.

    Speaker 1: Jade Nester, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)

    Speaker 1Carl Gahnberg, Senior Policy Advisor at Internet Society

    Speaker 2Jade Nester, Director, Consumer Policy at Global System for Mobile Communications (GSMA)
     
    Speaker 3:Richard Syers, Principal Policy Officer, Information Commissioner's Office, on behalf of the  Global Privacy Assembly
     
    Speaker 4:Dr Sean Manion, Neuroscientist and Chief Scientific Officer at ConsenSys Health 


  21. DATA
    IGF 2020 WS #252 Connected Health in the Post-Covid-19 Era
    12 Nov 16:10 to 17:40 UTC
    As much of the world has moved to severely curtail travel and caution against non-essential healthcare visits, providers have adopted telehealth and remote patient monitoring solutions to handle a greater load of cases in a manner protective of social-distancing policies and public health. This panel will explore the newfound prominence of connected healthcare, addressing both the opportunities and challenges of this development.

    Speaker 1: Sveatoslav Vizitiu , Private Sector, Eastern European Group
    Speaker 2: Jelena Malinina , Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 3: Subbarao Kambhampati, Technical Community, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 4: Analia Baum, Government, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 5: Ben Wallis, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)

    Ben Wallis from Microsoft is stepping aside to allow a colleague with greater subject matter expertise, Miller Geralyn, to take his place.



  22. DATA
    IGF 2020 WS #247 ICTs, SDGs, and Existing Data Gaps for Measuring Progress
    12 Nov 16:10 to 17:40 UTC
    This panel will focus on a roadmap for a broad set of actors to address data gaps for sustainable development. The panelists, drawn from different stakeholder groups will share current practices, reflecting upon the past couple years of progress and setbacks, and develop tentative recommendations on future best practices. The panelists will provide practical strategies to overcome the existing setbacks and highlight successful country and local-level practices.

    Speaker 1: Lorrayne Porciuncula, Intergovernmental Organization, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 2: Antonio Garcia Zabellos, Intergovernmental Organization, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 3: Christopher Yoo, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)

    We would like to replace the 3rd speaker (Christopher Yoo) with the following speaker since Christopher Yoo would be the moderator.  

    Anne Delaporte - Senior Insights Manager, Connected Society, Mobile for Development, GSMA 



  23. DATA
    IGF 2020 WS #213 Bridging the data divide – for planet, people and prosperity
    13 Nov 08:00 to 09:30 UTC

    Speaker 1: Nicole Alix, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 2: Obasegun Ayodele, Private Sector, African Group
    Speaker 3: Duncan McCann, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 4: Anita Gurumurthy, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group



  24. DATA
    IGF 2020 WS #204 Internet Data Protection Under Different Jurisdictions
    13 Nov 14:00 to 15:00 UTC
    The protection of Data on the Internet is today one of the most important concerns of Internet users. Repetitive breaches of the users’ data made their privacy flouted. Several attempts to put regulations for the protection of users’ data on the Internet have been done for 15+ years but still lots of efforts to be done. The panel will explore the existing regulations, and discuss the way to make the user’s data better protected wherever they are based and make recommendations thereupon.

    Speaker 1: Kulesza Joanna, Civil Society, Eastern European Group
    Speaker 2: Farzaneh Badii, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 3: Leon Sanchez, Technical Community, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 4: Christine Arida, Government, African Group
    Speaker 5: Milton Mueller, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)

    The FINAL COMPOSITION of SPEAKERS

    Badii Farzaneh, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group

    El Bekri Mohamed, Government, African Group

    Kulesza Joanna, Civil Society, Eastern European Group

    Lanfranco Sam, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)

    Sanchez Leon, Technical Community, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)

    Second Rapporteur:
    Araj Victoria, Civil Society, Intergovernmental Organization



  25. DATA
    IGF 2020 WS #330 The Future of Work from Home: Internet Governance Post Covid
    16 Nov 14:00 to 15:30 UTC
    This panel will discuss the evolution of the concept of work in the digital economy, how the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated trends towards teleworking arrangements, and the discrete ways in which internet governance will need to evolve to keep pace with new workplace norms. The panel will also assess potential solutions to the equity, privacy, and security concerns that these developments entail.

    Speaker 1: Ben Wallis, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 2: Helani Galpaya, Civil Society, Asia-Pacific Group
    Speaker 3: Becca Williams, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 4: Carmel Somers, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)

    Ben Wallis is allowing a colleague with greater subject matter expertise, Kocher Karen, substitute for his speaking slot. 



  26. DATA
    Youth Flash Talks with IG Experts: Data
    16 Nov 15:00 to 15:30 UTC


  27. DATA
    IGF 2020 WS #340 Checks and balances of data privacy within mass surveillance
    17 Nov 14:30 to 16:00 UTC
    The session aims to discuss the checks and balances of privacy protection related to the worldwide use of personal data for mass surveillance purposes. The discussion will address assumptions and conditions in which huge amounts of personal data are sought out and used for, along with the potential risks and effects of these measures.

    Speaker 1: Carlos Affonso de Souza, Civil Society, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
    Speaker 2: Flávia Lefèvre Guimarães, ,
    Speaker 3: Ellen Strickland, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
    Speaker 4: Graciela Selaimen, Civil Society, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)

    Speaker 5: Ian Brown, Technical Community, Western European and Others Group (WEOG) [CONFIRMED]
    Speaker 6: Nneka Ekechukwu-Soyinka, Private Sector, WEOG [CONFIRMED]
    Speaker 6: Chenai Chair, Civil Society, Africa Group [CONFIRMED]