[discuss] [governance] [ciresearchers] NETmundial documentsonline for comment
apisanty at gmail.com
Sat Apr 19 14:53:05 UTC 2014
Let form follow function.
On Sat, Apr 19, 2014 at 6:48 AM, Avri Doria <avri at acm.org> wrote:
> > *From:*Ian Peter [mailto:ian.peter at ianpeter.com]
> > I agree with your point Michael. I am travelling now, but I think you
> > should make the point in NetMundial document somehow that extending
> > multistakeholderism to all aspects on governance “on the internet” could
> > be problematic and does not have universal agreement.
> Of course no point of view has universal agreement, no matter how small
> or large the group.
> I beleive that some form of multistakeholderism is appropriate for any
> Internet governance issue. I argue that a uni-stakeholder system is
> _never_ appropriate for the Internet. Or anywhere else for that matter.
> Though I would agree that extending any one system to the Internet is
> going to be problematic. What is most problematic is the view that
> multistakeholderism only consists of one model, or that any form of the
> model is the solution to all issues. Each issue has an appropriate form
> of the multistakeholder model, different sets of actors, roles and
> responsibilities. The difficulty is coming to consensus on the proper mix.
> Just wanted to make sure we knew that we did not have universal
> agreement on your statement. I may be alone, but I think that
> multistakeholderism, in its variety of expressions and modalities of
> participatory democracy, is the only way forward possible. Anything
> else leaves some relevant actors outside the solution and is
> fundamentally anti-democratic.
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