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Vidushi Marda 21 Dec 17
The irony: we have a leading expert on network neutrality make an excellent intervention, and she is subsequently mansplained to as an “animated young lady”. This is unacceptable, embarrassing to watch and really must stop.
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Peter Summer in the City Micek 21 Dec 17
Online violence against women is "critically connected to freedom of expression." We're all on notice: There's no more excuse to silo these issues.
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stefania milan 21 Dec 17
does the have a vademecum for interactions in workshops?Can't believe that in 2017 smart panelists who are happen to be female&young are addressed as "young ladies" (when their name is on the slide!).Language should not be used to belittle people with dissenting opinions
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Susannah Gray 21 Dec 17
'The internet will fail unless it includes all its people'. Matt Rantanen continues to fight for access for indigenous people
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Domain Mondo 30 Dec 17
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Selena Savić 21 Dec 17
My work at the Internet Governance Forum Art@IGF exhibition, organised by Darija Medic 'Internet's own Lungs' talk about telecommunication infrastructure
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UNYouth 25 Dec 17
Did you know that 346 million youth are not connected to the Internet? It is important that all young people have access to the tools the online world provides. READ UNICEF’s report on children and the digital world here:
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Direitos na Rede 21 Dec 17
Civil society organizations at are deeply concerned with the direction debate is taking. Read our manifesto and join us!
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Mark Nelson 21 Dec 17
Inspiring stories of how democracy and media activists are fighting and sometimes succeeding to defend open discourse on the Internet across the world
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Luca Belli 16 Jan 18
The beta version of the , presented at the , is available at Feel free to add info on and in your country using this Ethercalc More info on the ZRM here
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Alp Toker 21 Dec 17
If we want the technologists, coders and inventors back, we must invite them as equals, not ancillary actors to other stakeholders in internet governance - my representation for the closing session at
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Arnaldur Sigurðarson 21 Dec 17
Final day of for me is over. Before left the UN building I decided to pick up a physical copy of my all time favourite document
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Luisa 21 Dec 17
"It is really about the gamification of obedience", says in a brilliant presentation of the Chinese credit scoring system during the panel on "Datafication and social justice: what challenges for Internet governance?"
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OECD Innovation 22 Dec 17
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DrivingTheDay 21 Dec 17
1)b. IGF 2017 UPDATES: Video of session “ICANN – Looking ahead: Challenges and Opportunities”
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Sebastián Bellagamba 21 Dec 17
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IGF 26 Feb 18
Final output document for the Best Practice Forum on cybersecurity available
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No Hate Speech RO 22 Dec 17
We want to thank organizers and all participants for this event and for all the discussions, especially those that emphasized the importance of advancing the respect for online. Looking forward to meeting you all again soon!
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Bronwyn Mercer 26 Dec 17
Last week I had the privilege of attending in Geneva as an Youth@IGF fellow. An incredible opportunity to contribute to discussions on internet challenges, opportunities and policies.
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Nnenna 20 Dec 17
The site of the Africa IGF will be moving from ".org" to ".africa" very soon. Me: Go people!!
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