November 12, 2015, 9:00 AM
Panelists: Carlos Affonso (ITS), Sergio Branco (ITS), Hanane Boujemi (Hivos), and Marianne Franklin (Goldsmiths, University of London)
This year saw the first Main Sessions devoted to the activities and output of the IGF’s Dynamic Coalitions (DC). Those DCs who took part in the six months of preparatory meetings and the two Main Sessions would like to note the value of this new addition to the IGF Meeting program as a key channel to encourage collaboration and to engage more participants in their work.
Professor Sonia Livingstone discusses how internet governance needs to consider the specific rights and needs of children, both in terms of protection from harm as well as the right to access and use digital media.
– The IRPC Elections Poll is now open and will close 4 January 2016
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We are live blogging from main session and workshop events at the IGF 2015 meeting in Joāo Pessoa, Brazil.
More information on the program at http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/home-36966
We are pleased to announce the Brazilian Portuguese edition of the IRPC Charter Booklet, which is now available in digital and print format.
The Brazilian Portuguese edition of the IRPC Charter Booklet was launched last November during the Internet Governance Forum 2015 in João Pessoa, Brazil.
This is an important milestone in the public timeline of the Charter work and a terrific time to show support for the Charter and other Dynamic Coalitions by commenting on submissions on the IGF website
This year the IRPC gained Official Observer status at the Council of Europe’s Steering Committee on Media Information and Society (CDMSI).