Launch the Geneva Internet Platform - presentation by Dr Jovan Kurbalija

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  • There is a need for quick follow-up on the major IG events. It is especially the case with the tectonic policy shifts as it was Brazil-ICANN initiative. We organised just-in-time briefing a few days after the event.Solution:
  • Launch the Geneva Internet Platform - presentation by Dr Jovan Kurbalija

    1. 1.  Involved in e-diplomacy since 1992(initially as part of the Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies)  Established as an independent foundation by the governments of Malta and Switzerland in 2002  Offices in Malta, Geneva, and Belgrade  20 full-time and 40part-time staff  UN ECOSOCspecial consultative status  Alumni of over 4000 diplomats & officials from 203 countries and territories  Selected among the Top 100 NGOs in the world in 2012
    2. 2. Nurturing decision-shaping space around GIP by engaging international think- tanks
    3. 3. implemented through • Activities in Geneva • Online activities • Dialogue lab
    4. 4. Just-in-time training and assistance Online and face-to-face briefings
    5. 5. Just-in-time course: Introduction to Internet Governance (6 March – 8 May 2014) Upcoming: Online Privacy (September 2014) Cybersecurity and Human Rights (November 2014)
    6. 6. 13 Engaging global community Inspired by football fans gathering to watch a match, we developed the concept of remote hubs
    7. 7. IGF Remote Hubs 14
    8. 8. Just-in-time policy briefings: Engaging Global Policy Communities
    9. 9. Bridging policy silos Facilitating policy cross-fertilisation Geneva Internet Conference (8-10 September 2014)
    10. 10. Just-in-time course on Cybersecurity and Human Rights (November 2014)
    11. 11. Harvesting diversity by harnessing complexity
    12. 12. Data-mining Cyber (security)  E- (commerce)  Online (human rights circles)  Digital (previously with ‘digital divide’ – coming into fashion again)  Virtual (becoming virtual) • Net (re-surfacing with NETmundial)
    13. 13. Internet and Diplomatic Privileges and Immunities (May 2014) Jurisdiction and the Internet (June 2014)
    14. 14. Need for reflections 1 July 2014 Telegraph to Twitter: Is there a lesson for the Internet era from the telegraph and the outbreak of the First World War?
    15. 15. Next steps on this journey? • Join the GIP as a partner and promote your activities • Participate in GIP activities • Bring new ideas

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