[discuss] Antw: Re: We have had four years since the Netmundial statement and the online world is getting worse

Wolfgang Kleinwächter wolfgang.kleinwaechter at medienkomm.uni-halle.de
Thu Apr 26 19:08:00 UTC 2018

I did propose already three years ago to start planning for a
NetMundial+5. The IGF 2019 is hosted by Germany. The dates or November
2019, the venue is Berlin. Shouldn´t we start a bottom up process for a
review of the Principles and the Roadmap?


>>> Nicolas Fiumarelli <nicocamarao at gmail.com> 26.04.18 19.34 Uhr >>>
Hello everyone. Nicolas Fiumarelli from Youth IGF Uruguay.
Like Ian, I think the fact that 4 years have passed from this activity
makes me reflect and think, since then there has been no activity that
has a multistakeholder mechanism as strong as it was when the call for
comments on the statement happened. If there is any way to rescue that
technology, which allowed comments on the paragraphs online. I think it
was a very good moment, in fact I can say with certainty that that was
the boom of the technology applied to multistakeholder modeling for
creating agreements between hundreds of interested parties .. And as Ian
said, I do not like the idea of waiting for things to be in resolved
nation states acting unilaterally when we already have experience of
these digital and dynamic multistakeholder ways of resolving things. My
advice is to return to these practices where technology takes a
particular role in making decisions or "agreements." I repeat, I have
not seen an activity as transparent and open as it was the setting of
that statement in NETMundial.

Nico Fiumarelli.

2018-04-25 20:16 GMT-03:00 Nnenna Nwakanma <nnenna75 at gmail.com>:
I am interested in this conversation


On Wed, Apr 25, 2018 at 9:45 PM, ian.peter at ianpeter.com
<ian.peter at ianpeter.com> wrote:

 Just noticed that we have reached 4 years since this statement - and
reading it again, it still has a lot of valid things to say.

Sadly, however, there seems to be no current initiative or any on the
horizon capable of addressing the global problems raised then, which are
getting worse and taking on new dimensions.

Do we just give up? Or just rely on nation states acting unilaterally to
somehow resolve these problems when unilateral action is not sufficient
and in some cases it isn't in their perceived interests to take any
action whatsoever?

Ian Peter

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