Internet Governance for Development: Focusing on the Issues (invited workshop)
Friday 1 September 2006, 09:00:00 - 18:00:00
Oxford Internet Institute, 1 St Giles, Oxford OX1 3JS United Kingdom
Private workshop, by invitation only. This Oxford workshop follows from the public Workshop and Reception held on 31 August 2006. It brings together an invited group of international experts with differing perspectives on Internet research, policy and practice, with a view to clarifying what is at issue for the Internet Governance Forum (IGF). In particular, workshop participants will be asked to consider what it is that is politically, technically, culturally or otherwise difficult to resolve about these issues, such that they deserve the attention of the IGF.
Afilias, Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Internet Society (ISOC), Net Dialogue Project and Nominet UK
Summary to come.
Dutton, W.H., Palfrey, J. and Peltu, M. (2007) Deciphering the Codes of Internet Governance: Understanding the Hard Issues at Stake. OII Forum Discussion Paper No. 8.
This event is organised by the Oxford Internet Institute in collaboration with the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School and the e-Horizons Institute at the James Martin 21st Century School, with input from the Net Dialogue project. The organisers are grateful for sponsorship from Nominet UK, Afilias and the Internet Society (ISOC).