[AfrICANN-discuss] Re: [africs-ig] Civil Society speaker: IGF
Opening ceremony - Nnenna
pileleji at ymca.gm
Mon Oct 21 12:15:39 SAST 2013
Thankis for sharing, "Diversity" is becoming a critical if we are too look
at bullet point 4. So I think it should be included not necessarily as a
standalone but within the context of bullet point 4.
Thanks for sharing.
On 21 October 2013 04:21, Nnenna Nwakanma <nnenna75 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear all
> I shall be speaking on behalf of global Civil Society tomorrow during the
> opening ceremony. In order to be representative enough, I would like to
> ask everyone to share what critical issues they think I MUST mention.
> Of course, I will not forget:
> 1. The centrality of human rights
> 2. Multistakeholder participation o
> 3. Ongoing work on enhanced cooperation
> 4. Not losing the "development focus" of IG
> 5. The "not-ended" battle of Internet access and affordability
> 6. The urgent need to reinforce teh capacity and efficiency of MS IG
> processes at national levels
> 7. Brazil 2014?
> 8. Surveillance?
> 9. Best Bits?
> All for now
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