[discuss] NetMundial Initiative
Carlos Raúl Gutiérrez
carlosraulg at gmail.com
Thu Aug 21 22:11:40 UTC 2014
The whole NETmundial initiative came south from the Eqautor at least…..
Carlos Raúl Gutiérrez
Chair ISOC Costa Rica Chapter
email: crg at isoc-cr.org
+506 8335 2487
La Internet Society (ISOC) es una organización internacional sin fines de lucro fundada en 1992 para proporcionar liderazgo en estándares relacionados educación y política de Internet. Con oficinas en Washington DC, Estados Unidos, y en Ginebra, Suiza, busca asegurar el desarrollo, la evolución y la utilización de Internet en beneficio de las personas en todo el mundo.
El 21/08/2014, a las 16:09, Carlos A. Afonso <ca at cafonso.ca> escribió:
> There is not a single civil society representative from the South in the invitees list. So we will sit back and wait for the determinations of the bwanas?
> On 08/21/2014 03:03 PM, Stephanie Perrin wrote:
>> I don't know Jeremy, I don't think you are being cynical enough; I agree
>> with your blog. Where oh where is civil society on the WEF website? I
>> confess little or no expertise on the IGF, having last attended in
>> person in 2006....but how does anyone think the IGF is going to get this
>> issue back? If civil society is prepared to admit that IGF is the
>> walking dead, what does anyone realistically think government and
>> industry are likely to say?
>> Personally, I don't think a fair bargain has been struck for the first
>> ten years of IGF. No organization can survive with almost no funds, no
>> staff, and no means off assisting its volunteers to attend and build
>> initiatives. This is what we need to push for. That and getting the WEC
>> to restrict its activities to fundraising among its members, to fund IGF.
>> Cheers Stephanie Perrin
>> On 14-08-21 1:30 PM, Jeremy Malcolm wrote:
>>> On 21/08/2014 10:18 am, Avri Doria wrote:
>>>> Web site updated.
>>> Before seeing this I blogged with my personal thoughts about the
>>> Initiative at
>>> being my usual cranky self. Having now read the website update, I
>>> wouldn't change much in what I had written, but I am pleased to read
>>> that "there will be a six month period of
>>> consultations with a broad range of stakeholders and experts regarding
>>> whether and how to establish a dedicated organizational structure to
>>> support these activities going forward, whether or not connected to the
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