[ccwg-internet-governance] Call for IGF retreat on improvements written inputs

avri doria avri at acm.org
Sun Jun 5 05:33:51 UTC 2016


Re: http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/igf-retreat

    Retreat on Advancing the 10-Year Mandate of the Internet Governance

*[NEW] IGF Retreat 2016 Call for Written Inputs

    IGF Retreat 2016 Call for Written Inputs

All stakeholders are invited to send written inputs commenting on issues
that will be discussed (agenda
<http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/igf-retreat-2016-agenda>), with
reference to the following background documentation. The guiding
questions below are based on the the draft agenda:

1)     What are some ways to:

- Improve the overall preparatory process of the IGF,

- Improve the nomination process and make-up of the Multistakeholder
Advisory Group (MAG) and the appointment process for the IGF-MAG Chair,

- Strengthen the IGF support structures?

2)     What measures can be taken to engage those stakeholders who are
currently unengaged, with a view to expand and diversify physical and
virtual participation?

3)     What are the ways we can better capture the outputs of the IGF
and increase their visibility and impact?

4)     What modalities should be put in place to ensure sustained
funding to support the IGF process and the IGF Secretariat.

5)     How can the IGF better support the work of national and regional
IGF initiatives (NRIs) and how can synergies between the IGF and NRIs
and amongst NRIs be increased?

6)     What are other issues, if any, that could be discussed at the

Please keep your inputs concise. The deadline for submitting
contributions to igfretreat at intgovforum.org
<mailto:igfretareat at intgovforum.org> is 1 July.  All written inputs
received will be shared in public on the IGF website. We kindly ask that
you group your inputs according to the specific agenda item if possible.

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