[IGFmaglist] NAMES FOR RAPPORTEURS FOR MAIN SESSION ON "ACCESS" AND "INTERNET AS AN ENGINE FOR GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT"
virat.bhatia at intl.att.com
Thu Jul 24 09:49:12 EDT 2014
In continuation of yesterday's email, while we await comments on the structure, policy questions and any other aspects, please think about options for individuals who could serve as "substantive rapporteurs" for the main session titled "Policies Enabling Access, Growth and Development on The Internet", scheduled for Day 2, Wednesday, September 3, 2014, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., at IGF, Istanbul, Turkey.
We can have 1 or 2. We want to try and capture the session so that it becomes a benchmark for discussion, both for the feeder workshops during IGF 2014 and future IGFs, where the issue of "Access" and "Internet as an Engine for Growth and Development" are expected to be discussed as one of the key themes in the internet governance space.
Member, MAG 2014 (UN IGF)
From: Bhatia, Virat
Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2014 6:43 PM
To: polenabacc-owner at intgovforum.org; Igfmaglist at intgovforum.org
Subject: DRAFT TEMPLATE FOR MAIN SESSION TITLED "POLICIES ENABLING ACCESS, GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT ON ON THE INTERNET", DAY 2, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2014, AT IGF, ISTANBUL, TURKEY
Subject: Draft Template for Main Session Titled "Policies Enabling Access, Growth and Development on The Internet", Day 2, Wednesday, September 3, 2014, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., at IGF, Istanbul, Turkey
1. In preparation of the template for main sessions, requested by the secretariat by August 4, 2014 - a draft is presented here for your comments (as per the template format).
2. Thanks to multiple contributions and names provided by nearly 18 different individuals - members of MAG, observers and others - we now have a list of 22 speakers invited for the large roundtable. 19 have confirmed. Of the 22 invited, 15 are from developing countries and 2 from International Organisations. 8 of those who have confirmed are women - 6 from developing countries. There are 2 moderators (1 woman), and 1 remote moderator (woman). There is a clear focus on inviting developing country perspectives and women participants / moderators / co-moderators. For this we are especially thankful to the contributors who have put up a mix of well-known and new names.
3. Apart from ITU and UNESCO, panelists from Turkey (Chair), Nigeria, Egypt, South Africa (Africa), Qatar, Lebanon (Middle East), Argentina, Brazil (Latin America), China, India, Sri Lanka (Asia), Pacific Islands, United States and Europe, will share their perspectives.
4. In addition to the 2 moderators and 1 remote moderator, an attempt is being made to induct youth volunteers to help in conducting this session. Any names are most welcome. Currently the moderators /co-moderators and youth volunteers represent Fiji, Kenya, India and UK.
(i) Any suggestions with regards to the description and agenda are most welcome.
(ii) Any final suggestions on the set of policy questions (currently 7) which will be reduced to 5-6, contributed by members, keeping in mind that this is a large, roundtable format, where not all speakers will be required to respond to all policy questions, and further, that the session combines two subthemes.
(iii) The moderators have had an opportunity to comment on the document, just as all MAG members and those on the dedicated list. Their comments / changes are included in the document attached.
(iv) Please revert with your comments by July 25, 2014. That will enable us to get this document across to the moderators for one last review before closing it. After that, we hope to submit this to the secretariat by August 4, 2014, in the template provided by the IGF secretariat.
(v) Again, special thanks to Anriette, Patrick, Judy, Hossam, Yuliya, Marilyn, Guy Berger, Christine, Paul, Peter, Anna, Olga, William, Subi, Ankhi, Buyn, Cheryl Miller, and Claudia Selli, and Dr. Govind, Dr. Ahmet, Jimson, Ayesha, Martin Levy, Alice Munyua and Anju Mangal for their valuable contributions.
Member, MAG 2014 (UN IGF)
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