At the meeting in Geneva, Nurani just proposed the following:
A Shaping the Outcomes of the IGF meetings
Broad agreement on need to improve the outcome documentation from IGF
B Working modalities including open consultations, MAG and Secretariat
Broad agreement on need to rotate MAG members regularly, keep MAG deliberations transparent Broad agreement to have […]
At the RIPE meeting in Amsterdam spring 2011 I held a presentation at the cooperation working group about intermediaries and their roles. The main thesis of the presentation is first that Internet is now needed not only for IT related processes in the society, but is an absolute necessity for the society as a whole. […]
This afternoon Sweden, via Maria Häll from Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communication, made a statement at the IGF in Vilnius. It is not online yet, but I asked Maria for a copy of her written speech, and the ability to republish. The real spoken words might of course have been slightly different, so if […]
At the IGF 2010 in Vilnius, Lithuania, Johan Hallenborg from Swedish Foreign Ministry made a statement that makes me proud both living in Sweden, and have the favour of discussing these issues both with Johan personally, the Swedish Foreign Ministry and other parts of the Swedish Government.
You can find the statement here.
De senaste åren har det nu och då diskuterats här och var vilken frihet som ska gälla på nätet. Men inte direkt, och jag anser inte diskussionen varit speciellt realistisk,utan snarare extrem i alla möjliga riktningar. Ingen nämnd och ingen glömd.
Vad menas med mänskliga rättigheter egentligen? Min syn är att det är de överenskommelser […]
At a local IGF event in Vilnius on May 19, 2010, I on behalf of Cisco and ICC held this presentation. I explains a snapshot of what the state of IGF process is. You can find the presentation here: IGF-Vilnius-20100519
Today the Swedish IT Minister Åsa Torstensson together with the Commissioner Viviane Reding sent a letter to the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. I think the letter is extremely well written, but when I twittered about it, some people contacted me and asked what was so special with it?
Let me try to explain…