[ccwg-internet-governance] NETmundial - IGF day 0 agenda

Marilia Maciel mariliamaciel at gmail.com
Fri Aug 29 15:33:49 UTC 2014

Dear colleagues,

I share with you the final agenda for the discussion about NETmundial on
IGF day 0. There will be remote participation available. For those in
Istanbul, no registration to this meeting is required. Hope to see you


*NETmundial: Looking Back, Learning Lessons and Mapping the Road Ahead*

Organized by:

• Association for Progressive Communication
• CGI.br <http://CGI.br> <http://CGI.br>
• Center for Technology and Society, Getulio Vargas Foundation
• Diplo Foundation
• Internet Policy Observatory, Annenberg School of Communication,
University of Pennsylvania/

===Morning ===

8:30-9:00 Registration

9:00-9:15 Opening and overview of the day - Mr. Virgílio Almeida and Ms.
Anriette Esterhuysen

9:15 – 10.45 *Round-table 1: NETmundial multistakeholder model: organizing
the meeting, getting contributions, configuring the participation and
building the agenda *

In this round-table session, panelists will describe different aspects of
the NETmundial process (committees, drafting activities, consensus
building) and will present their views on how it can strengthen the
Internet Governance multistakeholder model. Special attention will be on
the contributions received, the registration process and the discussions
mainly at the EMC (Executive Multistakeholder Committee)

- Mr. Virgílio Almeida (NETmundial chairman): Overall description of the
NETmundial multistakeholder model – process, committees and drafting
exercise (15 min)
- Mr. Raul Echeberría and Mr. Demi Getschko (Co-Chairs of the EMC): The
work of the EMC – benefits and challenges (5 min each)
- Mr. Adam Peake and Ms. Marilia Maciel (EMC, civil society) (10 min each)
- Mr. Zahid Jamil (EMC, private sector) (10 min)
- Open debate (20 min)

10:45-11:00 Coffee Break

11:00 – 12:30 *Round-table 2: The "NETmundial multistakeholder statement" *

This session will debate the construction of "NETmundial Multistakeholder
Statement". While describing the specific sessions of the outcome document,
panelists will present their assessment of the principles and roadmap
agreed during the meeting, the participacion of the HLMC (High-Level
Multistakeholder Commitee) and how these can influence Internet Governance.
In particular, the round-table will discuss the NETmundial recommendations
for improvement of the IGF.

- Ambassador Benedicto Fonseca Filho (Ministry of External Relations
Brazil): Overall description of the NETmundial outcome document –
principles and roadmap (10 min)
- Mr. Vinay Kwatra (Ministry of External Affairs India): The view of the
Government of India (10 min)
- Ms. Kathy Brown (President – Internet Society): The assessment of ISOC
(10 min)
- Ms. Jeanette Hofmann (Member of the HLMC): The role of the HMC (10 min)
- Mr. Joseph Alhadeff (Representative from the private sector at the HLMC)
The role of the HLMC (10 min)
- Mr. Alan Marcus (WEF), Mr. Fadi Chehade (ICANN) and Mr. Janis Karklins
(UNESCO) about NETmundial Initiative (10 min each)
- Open Debate (10 min)

12:30-13:30  Lunch Break/

13:30 - 14:30 *Achieving bottom-up and multistakeholder outcomes from
global IG policy discussions:  Extracting lessons from NETmundial*
Presentation of the results of the research initiative conducted by
CTS/FGV, APC and Diplo, including a survey of NETmundial participants
Speakers: Marilia Maciel, Vladimir Radunovic, Renato Leite, Deborah Brown
Moderators: Carlos Afonso

14:30-16:00 *Book launch— **Beyond NETmundial: The Roadmap for
Institutional Improvements to the Global Internet Governance Ecosystem*
(organized by the Internet Policy Observatory, Annenberg School of
Communication, University of Pennsylvania)
Introduction: Monroe Price  (IPO)
Moderator: William J. Drake  (U. Zurich)
Speakers: Jeremy Malcolm  (EFF) ; Markus Kummer (Internet Society) ; Lea
Kaspar (Global Partners Digital) ; Anriette Esterhuysen (APC) ; Carlos
Affonso Pereira de Souza (ITS) ; Emma Llansó  and Matt Shears (CDT) ;
Wolfgang Kleinwächter  (U. Aarhus)

16:00-16:15  Coffee Break

16:15-17:15 *Open moderated dialogue on the NETmundial Initiative and
operationalizing the NETmundial principles and roadmap* (organized by APC,
CTS/FGV, CGI.br and Diplo and supported by the IDRC)
Moderator: Anriette Esterhuysen and Raul Echeberría

17:15-18:15 **Open moderated dialogue on strengthening the IGF** (organized
by APC, CTS/FGV CGI.br, and Diplo)
Moderators: Anja Kovacs and Markus Kummer

Resource people for the open dialogues:

Jandyr Ferreira
Flávio Wagner
Fernando Perini
Anja Kovacs
Henrique Faulhaber
Valeria Betancourt
Carlos Affonso Pereira de Souza
Avri Doria
Alice Munyua
Ayesha Hassan
Vladimir Radunovic

NOTE: Resource persons may be called upon by the moderator(s) to provide a
reflection on a specific discussion thread.

18:15-18:45 **Summary of the Day and linkages to the IGF program**

Comments: Anriette Esterhuysen, Marilia Maciel, Carlos Afonso, Vladimir
Radunovic, Raul Echeberría, Markus Kummer
Moderator: Bill Drake

*Marília Maciel*
Pesquisadora Gestora - Centro de Tecnologia e Sociedade - FGV Direito Rio
Researcher and Coordinator - Center for Technology & Society - FGV Law

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