[ccwg-internet-governance] Beyond NETmundial e-book released
Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond
ocl at gih.com
Wed Sep 10 07:46:45 UTC 2014
it would be interesting to hear from you (and others) who participated
in the day 0 activities, about your take on what's coming up next.
On 30/08/2014 06:51, William Drake wrote:
> Apologies in advance if you receive this notice from more than one
> list, but in case anyone is coming to the IGF and wants some reading
> for the plane, I thought I would share the below.
> On Day 0, Monday 1 September, a group of partners have organized an
> event called, /NETmundial: Looking Back, Learning Lessons and Mapping
> the Road Ahead. / http://sched.co/1r7K8s3 It will run from 9:00 -
> 18:30 in Workshop Room 02 (Rumeli Ground Floor / Room B2), and the IGF
> Secretariat informed me yesterday that remote participation will be
> available via the IGF website, albeit in “test mode.”
> As part of this event, from 14:30-16:00 there will be an e-“book”
> launch of a project I coordinated. Authors who will be speaking will
> include myself and Jeremy Malcolm (EFF), Markus Kummer (Internet
> Society), Anriette Esterhuysen (APC), Carlos Affonso Pereira de Souza
> (ITS), Emma Llansó and Matt Shears (CDT), Wolfgang Kleinwächter (U.
> Aarhus), and perhaps one or two others.
> In advance of the launch discussion, the book has been released today.
> Please see the announcement below. We hope you find the material useful.
> *Beyond NETmundial: The Roadmap for Institutional Improvements to the
> Global Internet Governance Ecosystem*/ explores options for the
> implementation of a key section of the “NETmundial Multistakeholder
> Statement” that was adopted at the Global Meeting on the Future of
> Internet Governance (NETmundial) held on April 23rd and 24th 2014 in
> São Paulo, Brazil. The Roadmap section of the statement concisely sets
> out a series of proposed enhancements to existing mechanisms for
> global internet governance, as well as suggestions of possible new
> initiatives that the global community may wish to consider. The
> sixteen chapters by leading practitioners and scholars are grouped
> into six sections: The NETmundial Meeting; Strengthening the Internet
> Governance Forum; Filling the Gaps; Improving ICANN; Broader
> Analytical Perspectives; and Moving Forward.
> The book was produced as a part of the Internet Policy Observatory, a
> program at the Center for Global Communication Studies
> (http://www.global.asc.upenn.edu/), the Annenberg School for
> Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. It was edited by
> William J. Drake of the University of Zurich and Monroe Price of the
> Annenberg School for Communication. They were assisted by Laura
> Schwartz-Henderson, Briar Smith, and Alexandra Esenler.
> You can view the publication
> here: http://www.global.asc.upenn.edu/app/uploads/2014/08/BeyondNETmundial_FINAL.pdf
> William J. Drake
> International Fellow & Lecturer
> Media Change & Innovation Division, IPMZ
> University of Zurich, Switzerland
> Chair, Noncommercial Users Constituency,
> ICANN, www.ncuc.org <http://www.ncuc.org>
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