IGF Academy preparatory workshop: Hotel Morales, Guadalajara

Posted on January 20, 2017  /  0 Comments

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The IGF academy preparatory workshop took place in Hotel Morales, Guadalajara on the 4th of December 2016. The objective of this workshop was to discuss and exchange Internet governance models and mechanisms and how they influence politics. 6 fellows from Asia and 6 fellows from Africa participated in this workshop. Corinne Cath of Article 19 and Daniel O’Maley of Center for International Media Assistance made a presentation on “Governance of Freedom of Expression” at the preparatory workshop. Following the break Adam Peake, Senior Manager for Civil Society Global Engagement of ICANN, made a presentation on other Internet governance mechanisms: multi stakeholder institutions and processes.

The draft road maps of the following work done by IGF academy fellows was launched at this event.

  • The road to a local IGF: Strategies and experiences, a collection of tools useful to kickstart an IGF – a template for a SWOT, ideas and strategy for a fundraising plan, a communication strategy, and a roadmap template. (download PDF, 3,6 MB)
    The road to a local IGF: Country profiles, A condensed collection of the experiences fellows made (and are making) setting up a national IGF. (download PDF, 1,7 MB)

The IGF Academy is run by iRights in cooperation with Association for Progressive Communications (APC) and LIRNEasia and funded by the German Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development.


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