[IRP] [governance] Re: Final Version of our Report: Values, principles and rights in internet governance
Sat Aug 29 12:55:57 EEST 2009
please excuse - here is the correct link http://is.gd/2FGM8 to the report
On Fri, Aug 28, 2009 at 9:36 PM, Deirdre Williams <
williams.deirdre at gmail.com> wrote:
> I would be very interested to read the document but the link took me
> to a Joomla login page??
> Help please
> Deirdre (Williams)
> 2009/8/28 Max Senges <maxsenges at gmail.com>:
> > Hi all
> >> At http://is.gd/2E8vl you find the final version of the report "
> >> principles and rights in internet governance ", on which Lisa Horner and
> >> myself have been working over the last months (with the input & feedback
> >> many of you).
> >> We are quite happy with the result and hope that it will allow us to
> >> from the debate "what is the rights and principles approach" about to
> >> strategic action advocating better Rights conditions for all net users
> >> around the world.
> >> Even though this is Lisa and my final version, we want to discuss the
> >> piece and incorporate your feedback as we hope to use the report to find
> >> consenus regarding the definitions etc. among our community.
> >> As many of you know IRP has teamed up with APC to review the Internet
> >> Rights Charter. The charter can be one of our core instruments to build
> >> global alliance and benefit from each others (local/regional) efforts.
> >> Please join us @ the dedicated mailing list
> >> http://lists.apc.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/rights, read the current
> >> version http://www.apc.org/en/node/5677 and start editing the wiki
> >> registering) @ http://irc.wiki.apc.org
> >> Both documents will be key themes of our IRP workshop on the 13th of
> >> just before the EuroDIG http://internetrightsandprinciples.org/node/166
> >> You are all welcome! Please tell us if you are interested in remote
> >> participation.
> >> looking forward to your input
> >> Yours,
> >> Max
> > Dear All
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