[discuss] Antw: Re: We have had four years since the Netmundial statement and the online world is getting worse
Carlos Raul Gutierrez
crg at isoc-cr.org
Thu Apr 26 19:11:13 UTC 2018
Wunderbare Idee Wolfgang!
Carlos Raúl GUTIERREZ
San José COSTA RICA
On Thu, Apr 26, 2018, 13:08 Wolfgang Kleinwächter <
wolfgang.kleinwaechter at medienkomm.uni-halle.de> wrote:
> 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
>>> Ian Peter
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