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Diplo Activities for IGF 2009 in Sharm El Sheikh

Diplo Activities for IGF 2009 in Sharm El Sheikh

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These are the activities from DiploFoundation and friends for the IGF 2009 in Sharm El Sheikh - join us for more information here:
http://www.diplointernetgovernance.org
These are the activities from DiploFoundation and friends for the IGF 2009 in Sharm El Sheikh - join us for more information here:
http://www.diplointernetgovernance.org

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Diplo@IGF
Are You
Interested in
Internet Governance Training and Research?
The DiploFoundation portfolio is packed with training programs, negotiation simulationsand materials for you. Take your pick! Meet Diplo at the IGF in Sharm el-Sheikh!
Booth @ IGF Village
What is DiploFoundation? What can we offer you?
Where and When: Diplo booth at the IGF Village, 15-18 November 
 
Visit the Diplo booth to get acquainted with our mission and training approaches.
 
Meet our local, regional and global partners.
 
 Apply for our training programs and join our online community.
 
Discover the benefits for your local institution and your own professional engagement. A limited number of materials will be distributed at the Diplo booth, including 2010 calendarsand the new edition of the “Introduction to Internet Governance” booklet. Arrive early and pickup your copy!Visitors may also sign up for the 2010 Diplo capacity building programme - training,research and fellowships.For a detailed timeline and review of our activities in Sharm el-Sheikh, please contact usat our booth, check details atwww.diplomacy.edu/igor email us atig@diplomacy.edu.
DiploFoundation
is a non-profit organisation which works to assist all countries, particularlythose with limited human and financial resources, to participate meaningfully in internationalaffairs, through education and training programs, research, and the development of information and communications technologies for diplomatic activities.
www.diplomacy.edu/ig
 
 
 
Workshops and
 
Sessions
“ 
Internet Governance – Setting the Scene
” 
(Main Session)
When and Where: 15
November 2009, 10:00-11:30, Main Session Room
 
“ 
The Use of Internet in the Arab Region: Prospects and the Future
” 
 
(Best Practice Forum no. 274)
 
When and Where:
16 November 2009, 9:00-12:00, Room 2: Red Sea
Organisers
: DiploFoundation, Ministry of Communication and InformationTechnology of Egypt and Partners
“ 
Remote Participation: Mapping the Field, Evaluation and Multistakeholder Involvement
” 
 
(Workshop no. 200)
 
When and Where:
16 November 2009, 9:30-11:00, Room 3: Suez Canal
Organisers
: DiploFoundation, Remote Participation Working Group,the Internet Governance Caucus (IGC) and Partners
“ 
Youth and Internet Governance: the Way Forward
” 
 
(Workshop no. 230)
 
When and Where:
16 November 2009, 14:30-17:30, Room 1: Sinai
Organisers
: DiploFoundation, IG Youth Initiative and Partners
“ 
Online Education: Maximizing the Efficiency 
” 
 
(Best Practice Forum no. 186)
When and Where:
18 November 2009, 11:30-13:00, Room 8: Citadel
Organisers
: DiploFoundation, Dynamic Coalition on Digital Educationand Partners
“ 
Network Neutrality 
” 
 
(Workshop no. 302)
 
When and Where:
18 November 2009, 14:00-17:00, Room 1: Sinai
Organisers
: DiploFoundation, the Internet Governance Caucus (IGC),Technology Policy Institute, the Domain Name SystemInfrastructure Resilience (DIR) Task Force and Partners
 
 
@ Youth Corner
Digital Diving
 
When and Where:
15-18 November, t
he Youth Corner at the IGF Village
 
Chill in the Digital Diving lounge in the Youth Cornerand explore thecolourul worldof “digital natives”!
“Many young people (the majority in the developed world) routinely use a wide variety of digital tools for information, communication, social networking and entertainment channelsduring their everyday lives. The generation of people under 25 has grown up with access todigital communication technologies and in societies increasingly conditioned by digital communication. These technologies have often been pervasive during their early years,during their formative experiences, and whilst they are making important life decisions.The differences between this “connected generation” (“digital natives”) and older  generations are in some cases greater than conventional North-South digital divides. Thiscomplicates the policy making environment since those making decisions may not fully understand the technology and environments they are discussing...”
Ever used twitter & facebook & blip & vimeo & blog & messenger & flickr & ... - simultaneously?Give a try! Share the experience with the young ones!Dive into the world of “digital natives”!
Social Reporting
 
When and Where:
15-18 November, t
he Youth Corner and throughout the venue
 
Reporting from the event and capturing multiple perspectives and viewsUsing the emerging online tools and services (blog posts, twitter comments, blip interviews, socialnetwork inputs) for combining social reporting and knowledge management techniques, participantswill report from the event with special attention to developmental aspects and youth perspectives onthe future of Internet governance. The aggregation and mashing of various feeds will be presentedonline.
Internet Governance Debates
 
When and Where:
15-18 November, lunch-time, t
he Youth Corner at the IGF Village
 
 A chance to openly debate important IG issues:
“Will the Affirmation of Commitments reinforce multistakeholder participation andaccountability and improve the policy-making process in ICANN?”
“Does cloud computing present more risks than actual benefits for Internet users?”
“Is ghe ‘three strikes’ regulation a valid and effective way to protect copyright?”
 
Must “Network Neutrality be preserved to protect Internet users’ rights to access tothe services and applications that they choose?”Take a stance: argue “In favour” or “Against”. Test your position in a controversial discussion.Join the IG Debate!
 

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