Category Archives: IGF

Launching of Youth Internet Governance Forum of Pakistan

Internet Governance Forum of IGF Pakistan is launching another initiative for Teenagers and Youngsters, i.e. Youth Internet Governance Forum of Pakistan with the collaboration of “TaC-Together against Cybercrime International”

Youth Internet Governance Forum:
The Youth IGF aims to give the opportunity of equal multi-stakeholder participation in the building process of the Information Society to teenagers and young people from different countries of the world.

Youth Internet Governance Forum of Pakistan:
Miss Erum Arif has been chosen to serve the community as an Ambassador to Youth Internet Governance Forum of Pakistan initiative. Just after accepting her responsibilities, She is organizing first Meeting of yIGF Pakistan on 22nd October 2016.

IGF 2016 Registration Opens

Online registration to participate in the 11th Annual IGF is now open. All stakeholders and interested individuals are invited to participate and to register as early as possible until 17 November 2016 23:59 UTC – 11. See the invitation from UN Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs, Mr. Wu Hongbo. Logistical details on travel to Guadalajara are available on the host country website, igf2016.mx

Deadline for online registration: 17 November 2016 23:59 UTC – 11

Dates: 6 – 9 December 2016
Location: Guadalajara, Mexico

IGFPAK Invites to Host IGF 2016 Remote Hubs

IGF Pakistan is inviting for proposals to Host “IGF 2016 Remote Hubs” to motivate National Community participation remotely in the IGF 2016 at Guadalajara, Mexico.

Universities are invited to host “IGF 2016 Remote Hubs” at their Main Campuses or Sub Campuses anywhere in Pakistan. Please contact info(at)IGFPAK(dot)Org for further detail. IGF Pakistan will provide technical support and assistance to make the remote hubs successful.

Remote Hubs will enable local community, youth, Researchers and Student to attend the Eleventh IGF meeting in Guadalajara, Mexico, Remotely! Remote participants/hubs will be able to interact with the meeting by sending text questions and/or video/audio interventions using the remote participation platform.

Remote participation, and specifically the hubs structure, has been successful in previous IGFs. IGF Pakistan has arranged IGF Remotes Hubs at International Islamic University 2011 and 2012.

For more details on how to organize a Hub and/or register your hub check the Hub Instructions. Several training sessions for Remote Panelists and Remote Hubs will be held.

Retreat of the Internet Governance Forum

Retreat on Advancing the 10-Year Mandate of the Internet Governance Forum will be held on 14-16 July 2016 at Glen Cove, New York (Three-Day Two-Night Retreat):

In the outcome document of the General Assembly on the overall review of the outcomes of WSIS (A/RES/70/125 of 16 December 2015), the existing mandate of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) was extended for another 10 years, with a call to show “progress on working modalities and the participation of relevant stakeholders from developing countries” and “accelerated implementation of recommendations in the report of the Working Group on Improvements to the Internet  Governance  Forum  of  the  Commission  on  Science  and  Technology  for Development”.

Against that backdrop, a two-day working retreat is proposed by UN Secretariat as part of the process of continual improvement of the IGF. A strategic dialogue will be held among experts, policymakers and practitioners in enriching IGF as the global forum for facilitating multistakeholder policy discussion and exchange on public policy issues related to key elements of Internet governance, in order to foster the sustainability, robustness, security, stability and development of the Internet (in line with its mandate as established by the Tunis Agenda para 72).  As part of the discussion, we will welcome inputs on how the IGF discussions can contribute to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Expected outcomes of the retreat include (but are not limited to):
(i) ways to improve the overall preparatory process of the IGF, the structure and nomination process for the Multistakeholder Advisory Group (MAG), and ways to strengthen the IGF Secretariat;
(ii) measures to engage those stakeholders who are currently unengaged, with a view to expand and diversify physical and virtual participation;
(iii) finding ways to better capture the outputs of the IGF and increasing their visibility and impact;
(iv) ideas to support the work of national and regional IGF initiatives, and leverage the synergies between them as well as synergies with the IGF; and
(v) modalities to ensure sustained funding to support the IGF and the IGF Secretariat.

Retreat modality: The proposed retreat will be conducted in a participatory manner. Retreat participants are requested to be involved in designing and organizing the program and to act as moderators and discussants. Limited funding will be available to fund participants from developing countries.

Call for participants:
Participants will be invited from relevant stakeholder groups such as governments, private sector, civil society, technical community and international and intergovernmental organizations, past and current MAG members, past IGF host country representatives and the IGF community in general. In view of retreat limitations, the number of participants is estimated at 35. It is expected there will be 5 participants from each of the 4 IGF Stakeholder communities. The balanced participation and broad diversity across a number of considerations is assured. Finally, the UN Secretariat will publish a “Call for inputs” with guiding questions to solicit inputs from all relevant stakeholders and the wider IGF and WSIS community.

The UN Secretariat welcomes nominations by individuals or any stakeholder groups and institutions to participate at the proposed retreat. Nominations were received until 7 June 2016.

Call for Written Inputs on IGF Retreat 2016

All stakeholders are invited to send written inputs commenting on issues that will be discussed (agenda), with reference to the following background documentation. The guiding questions below are based on the the draft agenda:

1)    What are some ways to:

  • Improve the overall preparatory process of the IGF,
  • Improve the nomination process and make-up of the Multistakeholder Advisory Group (MAG) and the appointment process for the IGF-MAG Chair,
  • Strengthen the IGF support structures?

2)    What measures can be taken to engage those stakeholders who are currently unengaged, with a view to expand and diversify physical and virtual participation?

3)    What are the ways we can better capture the outputs of the IGF and increase their visibility and impact?

4)    What modalities should be put in place to ensure sustained funding to support the IGF process and the IGF Secretariat.

5)    How can the IGF better support the work of national and regional IGF initiatives (NRIs) and how can synergies between the IGF and NRIs and amongst NRIs be increased?

6)    What are other issues, if any, that could be discussed at the Retreat?

Please keep your inputs concise. The deadline for submitting contributions to igfretreat@intgovforum.org is 1 July.  All written inputs received will be shared in public on the IGF website. IGF asked to group your inputs according to the specific agenda item if possible. If some one on his individual capacity or on behalf of an organization is willing to contribute their inputs, IGF Pakistan staff is available to assist in organizing the inputs in a group format and will submit the joint inputs with endorsements of your name or the name of the organization contributing their inputs. Please submit your inputs through email at info(at)IGFPAK(dot)Org.

IGF 2016 at Mexico – 6-9 December 2016

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The 2016 Internet Governance Forum (IGF):
‘Enabling Inclusive and Sustainable Growth’, is scheduled to take place from 6-9 December 2016 in Guadalajara, Mexico

The Internet Governance Forum (IGF) is a platform with an aim to enhance participation from stakeholders from developing countries, youth and those joining the IGF online to discuss policy dialogue on prevailing and emerging issues on Internet Governance EcoSystem.

Last year along with the WSIS +10 Review process, progress on the IGF was reviewed. Finally, The IGF mandate was extended for ten years by the United Nations General Assembly on 16 December 2015. IGF aims at fostering the sustainability, robustness, security, stability and the development of the Internet, thus facilitating content development and access to information and knowledge.

IGF Pakistan has also been participating actively in dialogues on the IGF and WSIS +10 Review process as well as the advocacy for the renewal of IGF mandate. During the High Level Meeting Sessions of the United Nations General Assembly on 16 December 2015, IGF Pakistan delivered a Awareness Session on “WSIS +10 Review and Beyond” at Secretariat Training Institute Pakistan (STI), Islamabad where 80+ Government high level officials were registered.

Workshop at APrIGF 2014

IGFPAK Workshop Title: “Governance for the Internet of Kids, Teenagers and Youngsters

Internet Governance of Pakistan (IGFPak) is organizing its second workshop at 5th Conference of Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum (5th APrIGF 2014 at Delhi, India).

Date: 6th August 2014 (Wed)
Time: 10:30 – 12:00 (New Delhi, Time)
Venue: Tapas 3, Crowne Plaza, Greater Noida, Delhi, India,

Remote Participation:  Links: Video / Text / Adobe Connect

IGF Pakistan has achieved support from various organizations and individuals. The final list of the panelist is as follows:Speakers2014

Workshop Organizer: Imran Ahmed Shah
Co-Organizer & Moderator: Babu Ram Aryal, President ISOC, Nepal
Co-Organizer: Rajesh Chharia, ISPAI, India
Moderator: Mr. Pavan Duggal

Registration Open for APrIGF 2014

Registration to attend APrIGF 2014 conference at Delhi, India is now open. You may visit url http://2014.rigf.asia/registration/ and fill up the registration form.

If you need any assistance on VISA application, please kindly contact registration2014@ispai.in

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Some important links:
Detail about the APrIGF forum may be found at: http://www.aprigf.asia/index.html
Information about APrIGF 2014: http://2014.rigf.asia/
Agenda of APrIGF 2014: http://2014.rigf.asia/agenda/

Governance for the Internet of Kids, Teenagers and Youngsters (Secure and Civilized Internet for the Innocent Minds & Next Generation):
Detail about IGF Pak workshop at APrIGF 2014 is scheduled at 10:30 (India Time) on 6th August 2014 under Security Track (Tapas3) at Hotel Crowne Plaza, Greater Noida, Delhi, India.

Remote Participation:
The facility for remote participation will also be available. Further detail may please be find at the detail information of each meeting/workshop.

Invite Us to Conduct “Summer Camp”

IGF Pakistan is running a campaign for the necessary awareness of our next generation, their teachers, parents and guardians making them ready to compete with the recent challenges of 3G / 4G, Mobile Devices and in absence of Cyber Security/ Cyber Crime Law. IGFPAK may conduct a workshop or Summer Camp at your institution to deliver a set of knowledgeable information about Online Security & Safety, Privacy & Human Rights for protection of users and definition about the safe and clean contents according to the identification of age base Internet users groups and constituencies.

If you are agreed with the IGF Pak mission and interested to setup a “Summer Camp” on “Governance for the Internet of Kids, Teenagers and Youngsters” for the awareness and improvement of student, teachers, parents/ guardians, please send us proposal by 1st June 2014.

Please send your CFP through email onto: info (at) IGFPak (dot) Org with a subject of “CFP for Summer Camp 2014″.

Call for Expression of Interest to Serve in the Community

IGF Pakistan is planning to organize a campaign for the necessary awareness of our next generation, their teachers, parents and guardians making them ready to compete with the recent challenges of 3G / 4G, Mobile Devices and in absence of Cyber Security/ Cyber Crime Law.

In order to achieve milestone of capacity building and improvement IGF Pak is planning to serve in the community and taking a little step to conducting “Summer Camp” with the title of “Governance for the Internet of Kids, Teenagers and Youngsters“.

The purpose of the Summer Camp is to deliver a set of knowledgeable information about Online Security & Safety, Privacy & Human Rights for protection of users and definition about the safe and clean contents according to the identification of age base Internet users groups and constituencies. IGF Pak also support the innovative ideas like dotKID(S), or dotBaby, Internet Address for each newborn baby, Separate Internet Devices, Separate Browsers, Separate Search Engine databases with identification of Approved and Recommended Websites & Web/Mobile Apps for the age-base users like Kids, Teenagers and Youngsters.

IGFPAK invites Expression of Interest from experts of the related fields like Professionals of Information Security, Internet Security, Human Rights Protection, Child Health & Safety and related representatives of Civil Society to Serve Voluntarily in your local Community.

Please send your EoI through email onto: info (at) IGFPak (dot) Org.

Call for Nominations – Asia-Pacific ISLA 2014

(ISC) Opens Nominations for Eighth Annual Asia-Pacific Information Security Leadership Achievements Program

Nominations Open for Leaders in the Cybersecurity who have Inspired Innovation, Dedication and Best Practices

Hong Kong, April 9, 2014 – (ISC)²® (“ISC-squared”), the largest not-for-profit membership body of certified information and software security professionals with nearly 100,000 members worldwide, today announced the opening of nominations for its eighth annual Asia-Pacific Information Security Leadership Achievements (Asia-Pacific ISLATM) Program. A gala dinner to honor this year’s honorees will be held on July 24 in conjunction with SecureAsia@Beijing Conference, the annual (ISC)² Asia-Pacific regional security leadership 2-day conference held this year in Beijing, China.

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The Asia-Pacific ISLA Program, launched in 2007 as part of the (ISC)2 global Awards Program, recognizes the ongoing commitment by information security leaders in Asia-Pacific to build a highly qualified and ethical information security workforce. Program recognition is independent of professional certification, and professionals can be nominated in three distinct categories: Senior Information Security Professional; Managerial Professional for an Information Security Project; and Information Security Practitioner. 

A nominations review committee, comprised of members from the (ISC)2 Asian Advisory Board (AAB) and previous Asia-Pacific ISLA honorees, will review all applications based upon the selection criteria and eligibility requirements. For a list of nominations review committee members, please visit https://www.isc2.org/asia-pacific-isla-nomination-review-committee/Default.aspx.

“(ISC)² is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and we’re focusing much of our efforts on building the security professionals of the future,” said W. Hord Tipton, CISSP, executive director, (ISC)². “We aim to inspire entrance into the industry early and keep them on a robust and growing career path. The Asia-Pacific ISLA Program is the ideal venue to honor individuals who have raised the bar for those currently in and just entering the information security profession in the region. I look forward to celebrating with this year’s honorees, amongst peers and dignitaries in Beijing, China.”

For more details about the program and nomination criteria, please visit https://www.isc2.org/isla/default.aspx.

To view the 2013 showcased honorees’ achievements, please visit https://www.isc2.org/isla-showcased-projects.aspx.

The 8th Annual (ISC)²® Asia-Pacific Information Security Leadership Achievements (ISLA Asia-Pacific) Program Call for Nominations will be closed on May 12, 2014.

Held annually by (ISC)² in cooperation with our Asian Advisory Board, the ISLA Program recognizes Information Security and Management Professionals in the Asia-Pacific region for their outstanding leadership and achievements in workforce improvement.

In this issue, we feature some of the outstanding honorees from 2013 ISLA and see how they talked about their showcased infosec projects.

The following categories are available for nomination:

  • Senior Information Security Professional
  • Managerial Professional for an Information Security Project
  • Information Security Practitioner
  • Senior Information Security Professional (examples include: CSO, CISO, information security manager or senior security manager with significant information security management responsibilities) who has significantly contributed to the enhancement of the information security workforce by demonstrating a leadership role in any information security workforce improvement initiative, program or project. Candidates in this category typically should have at least ten years of work experience, seven of which are directly related to information security.
  • Managerial Professional for an Information Security Project (non-information security professional examples include: CIO, CFO, program/project manager, etc.) who has significantly contributed to the enhancement of the information security workforce by demonstrating a leadership role in any information security workforce improvement initiative, program or project. Candidates in this category typically should have at least ten years of work experience and occupy a senior-level position within their organization.
  • Information Security Practitioner who has distinguished him/herself for implementing and/or managing the implementation of a component of a security program (examples include: managing a security awareness and training program, conducting difficult, complex security evaluations, etc.) Candidates in this category typically should have at least six years of work experience, three of which are directly related to information security.

Since 2007, the ISLA Program has recognized over 180 outstanding honorees in over 10 Asia-Pacific
economies. Regardless of professional certification held, all candidates who meet the nomination criteria will be recognized at a gala dinner held in conjunction with SecureAsia@Beijing Conference,the annual (ISC)² Asia-Pacific regional security leadership 2-day conference held this year in Beijing, China.

Nominations close on May 12, 2014

Please download the pdf form using Internet Explorer AP-ISLA-Nomination-Form for 2014, and send your nominations to info(at)IGFPAK(dot)org by 9th May for in-time review, process, short list and submit the nominations from IGFPAK/UISoc/Linguistic-Internet-Council for AP Region.

Call for Nominations – IGF MAG Renewal 2014

The Internet Governance Forum’s Multi-stakeholder Advisory Group (MAG) has been instrumental in planning the programme of the annual IGF meetings. Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) has requested nominations from all stakeholder groups, according to the established principles and practices of MAG on the rotation and selection of its members. Governments, the private sector, civil society, and technical community should submit names of candidates from developed and developing countries as well as from economies in transition. Successful nominees will become part of MAG for a period of one year and will contribute to the multi-stakeholder consultation process, bringing the perspectives of their respective groups on Internet governance. Group nominees should be members who have actively participated in IGF meetings and activities in the past. As in previous years, stakeholder groups can resubmit the names of current MAG members for re-election and are expected to publicize the selection and nomination process. The aim is to rotate one third of MAG members. IGF PAK disseminate this information through this forum that Nominations are welcomed by IGF Secretariat from all the stakeholders directly, via email: magrenewal2014(at)intgovforum.org, using the attached submission template.
Please submit the names of nominees to the IGF Secretariat by 1 December 2013, if sending directly.

Selection and Operation Principles:

(i) MAG members are selected to achieve a balance among all stakeholder groups, while retaining regional and gender representation, according to established procedures;

(ii) All MAG members serve in their personal capacity but are expected to have extensive linkages with their respective stakeholder groups;

(iii) The main task of MAG is to provide advice on the programme and main themes of the next meeting of the IGF;

(iv) MAG members are expected to attend two to three MAG meetings in Geneva, Switzerland, in addition to the annual IGF meeting. They should participate actively in the preparatory process throughout the year, through engagement in the online multilateral dialogue among MAG members;

(v) MAG meetings are open to Intergovernmental organizations.

How to submit Nominations through IGFPAK:
However, IGF Pak will be coordinating between national resources and IGF Secretariat as per last year. All constituencies and stakeholders are invited to submit their nomination at info (at) IGFPak (dot)org using the attached submission template. Due to short time schedule, it is requested to submit the nomination by 25th Nov 2013.

Governance for the Internet of Kids, Teenagers & Youngsters

IGFPAK Workshop with the Title of “Governance for the Internet of Kids, Teenagers and Youngsters“, Aligned with the APrIGF Proposed ThemeSecure, Convenient, Vibrant, Equivalent, and Desirable Internet” is successfully conducted during APrIGF 2013 Conference at SUNY, Seoul, South Korea on 6th September 2013.

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Information about IGFPAK Workshop is available on following links:

APrIGF Website References:
Workshop Agenda/ Plan: http://2013.rigf.asia/workshop-32/
Workshop Archive information: http://2013.rigf.asia/day3/ locate under Security Track
Workshop Video:    http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/38308039
Transcript:            Governance for the Internet of Kids, Teenagers and Youngsters
Slides:                  Imran Ahmad ShahMinsik Choi.

Summary:             Governance for the Internet of Kids, Teenagers and Youngsters

 

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Summary/ Abstract of the Presentation of IGFPAK Representative (Imran Ahmed Shah)

Foundation of Internet for The Innocent Minds & Next Generation (by Imran Ahmad Shah):
Being the organizer, Imran was the first speaker of the workshop. He said that he believes about the purpose of 2013-APrIGF proposed theme was to invite Enhanced Cooperation among Internet Users Constituencies and all stakeholders to ensure that the standardization of code of ethics ‘بنیادی ضابطہ اخلاق’ is properly implemented according to the fundamental needs of the Internet Communities. If there is a gap founded in the policies and reported or suggested at local or national level, should be highlighted at global level to engage global policy development institutions. He invited extending focus of global organizations for a common dialogue understanding the regional needs of good governance towards a Secure, Convenient, Vibrant, Equivalent and Desirable Internet. Emphasizing on the need of the time to evaluate the current Internet System, contents and users, he said that “we should know that what kind of contents we have, what kind of safety & protection we are providing to our users and what kind of Internet we are handing over to Our Next Generation, to THE INNOCENT MINDS”. He asked Internet Users Constituencies and all other stakeholders for their cooperation in the establishment of fundamental code of ethics for a good, clean healthy and useful Internet that should be secure and accessible for everyone living anywhere in the world and without any fear or any threat to the end users. He described it as the fundamental need for peaceful and healthy atmosphere of the Internet Sphere.

He discussed about the awareness and mechanism of Online Security & Safety, Privacy & Human Rights for protection of users and definition about the safe and clean contents identification and delivery to the age base Internet users groups and constituencies. He also highlighted the obligations for Source Provides for abuse Internet Contents (such as pornography, hacking and phishing) and need for the global legislation against them. He asked to unite all global organizations who are working on the same theme for the safety & protection of kids from Online Threats, on a single platform to share their experience and deliver it to the Internet Communities jointly and globally.

He also shown support for the innovative ideas like dotKID(S), or dotBaby, Internet Address for each newborn baby, Separate Internet Devices, Browsers, search engine databases, Web/Mobile Apps for the age-base users like Kids, Teenagers and Youngsters.

He strongly recommended the development of a certified white-list for the categorization & classification of Networks, Utilities, Web-Apps, Cloud Hosting Services, Websites & Contents (either that are related to text, audio or video base contents or contents delivery). One of the mechanisms he elaborated was the contents rating system through meta tags. He invited global cooperation to support one of his forthcoming request to the IETF to release a new RFC for standardization & compulsory identification of Internet Contents & Utilities.

Some important speakers like Dr Wang Shengkai (CNNIC, China, Remote Participation) could not join the workshop due to technical problems with the Sympodium and Remote Participation application.

Due to time constraint, few participants could not share their views or ask the questions.

Foundation of a Civilized Internet:
He set forth the Foundation of a Civilized Internet for The Innocent Minds, for our Next Generation. He also elaborated a wish list in detail for this Secure, Convenient, Vibrant, Equivalent and Desirable Internet. At the end of his presentation, he said that Civilized Internet is only possible with the Global engagement and sharing social responsibilities, whereas the Secure and Safe Database of Contents and Utilities are only possible by a unique global certification association and trustworthy authority to serve in local communities according to their national bylaws for the benefit of a common user. He again invited Users & Business Constituencies and all stakeholders to join their hands together with him for enhanced cooperation for the formation of a global consortium as a trustworthy council for the practical implementation of this Civilized Internet. During bilateral discussion in the workshop other important presenters were YJ Park (SUNY Korea, Korea), Minsik Choi (Ph.D) KINTERNET, Yuliya Morenets (TaC-Together against Cybercrime International Executive Director, EU/France, Remote Participation) and Ms Yannis Li (dotKIDS Foundation) who also elaborated their experience and comments. Minsik Choi (Ph.D) KINTERNET Explained that how they already have developed, implemented a mechanism and related legislations to support the Governance for the Internet of Teenagers and Youngsters.

Conclusion & Further Comments:
Multi-stakeholders should cooperate for the formation of a global consortium as a trustworthy council for the practical implementation of this Civilized Internet which has become the fundamental need for peaceful and healthy atmosphere of the Internet Sphere.

Youth Internet Governance Forum at APrIGF Seoul

Youth Internet Governance Forum at Seoul, during APrIGF conference 4-6 Sep, 2013. Fadi Chehadé, President and CEO, ICANN, who was sharing ICANN’s regional engagement plans to support wider collaboration in the management and coordination for youth within the Asia Pacific region.

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In a short meeting with Fadi Chehadé, President and CEO ICANN, informed IGF Pak president that ICANN is organizing regional cooperation framework and Multi-Stakeholders involvement very shortly.

He also expressed his deep interest in coordination in Asia Pacific and deputed his representative Mr Kuek Yu-Chuang ICANN’s (vice president for global stakeholder engagement for the Asia Region and managing director of its Singapore hub office) to attend to attend IGFPAK workshop “Governance for the Internet of Kids, Teenagers and Youngsters” because he has to leave go Istanbul for his address very next day.

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Later on Mr Kuek Yu-Chuang also has to leave Korea, and Mr Jia-Rong Low ICANN’s Head of Strategy and Initiatives for the Asia Pacific has attended the IGFPAK workshop “Governance for the Internet of Kids, Teenagers and Youngsters” on 6th Sep. He is stationed in ICANN’s Asia Hub in Singapore, and promoting regional participation in ICANN’s multi-stakeholder model among government, business and civil society.

Panelists for the Workshop at APrIGF 2013

List of the Speakers for the Workshop on “Governance for the Internet of Kids, Teenagers and Youngsters” has been finalized.

Target Panel Members:

  • YJ Park (SUNY Korea, Korea)
  • Donghwan Oh (KISA, Korea)
  • Wang Shengkai (CNNIC, China, Remote Participation)
  • Elaine Chung (DotAsia, Hongkong)
  • David Ng (DotKids, Hongkong, Remote Participation)
  • Yuliya Morenets (TaC-Together against Cybercrime International Executive Director, EU/France, Remote Participation)
  • Imran Ahmad Shah (Urdu Internet Society, Internet Governance Forum of Pakistan, Pakistan)
  • Razi Iqbal (Youth Leader IGF Pakistan, Pakistan, Remote Participation)
  • Irfan Shahid (Executive Member IGF Pakistan & UISoc, Founder of Aeon Telecom, Pakistan, Pakistan, Remote Participation)
  • Yannis Li (dotKIDS Foundation)

Organizer:

Imran Ahmad Shah

Visit on workshop page for more detail: http://2013.rigf.asia/workshop-32/

REMOTE PARTICIPATION:

Remote participation will be available for the Paternalist and Remote Participants:
Host Organization is arranging this facility through Adobe Connect and further information will be updated soon.