[IRPCoalition] [GigaNet] Netmundial - Submission forms are online
Matthias C. Kettemann
matthias.kettemann at gmail.com
Fri Feb 7 22:46:41 EET 2014
at http://content.netmundial.br/ the submission forms are now online. The
deadline is 1 March.
For your convenience, you can also find the text below.
content submission form
Content submission is divided in two sections. Contributions are invited on
Internet Governance Principles and The Roadmap for the Further Evolution of
the Internet Governance Ecosystem.
Significant work has been done to develop statements on various Internet
governance principles by a number of intergovernmental, civil society,
technical and academic, and private sector organizations. To help guide
your contributions we ask you to consider a non-exhaustive list of
statements available on the NETmundial
may be helpful if contributions make reference to specific documents and
statements considered particularly appropriate to a set of universal
principles and explain why.
Issue 1. Internet Governance Principles
The NETmundial meeting aims to identify a set of universal principles to be
promoted as a global inspiration for the evolution of the Internet
worldwide. Those principles should be viewed from the perspective of the
Internet as a platform for social, economic and human development and a
catalyzer to exercise human rights of all people of the world.
Issue 2. Roadmap for the Further Evolution of the Internet Governance
Roadmap for the Further Evolution of the Internet Governance Ecosystem
There is a broad view about the need to continue evolving the
Multistakeholder Internet Governance Ecosystem. The goals are to energize
discussion and to achieve greater consensus of the community including a
broader range of stakeholders to provide possible means for developing
solutions to specific problems faced by governments/stakeholders. There are
several ongoing initiatives trying to contribute with that objective. The
meeting and related discussions will be an important milestone to support
the developing multistakeholder consensus on important governance issues.
It could serve as valuable inputs to other forums, seek for more
clarification and pursue agreements for the way forward
In submitting your contributions, please consider the following questions
as a guide:
- Issues' statement (what are the issues?)
- Is there a forum or Internet Governance body that develops policy or
technical outcomes involved in these issues?
- If there is, how and why are these issues not being adequately dealt
with by that forum or organization?
- What are the possible responses to the challenges posed by these
- How will the possible responses proposed ensure the stability,
resilience and efficiency and also comply with principles of equitable
multistakeholder participation, accountability, transparency and
Further background materials may be made available, as required such
materials will be linked from this page.
If you have questions about how to fill in the forms please contact the
Executive Secretariat <content at netmundial.br>.
Deadline for the content submission is March 1st.
Dr. Matthias C. Kettemann, LL.M. (Harvard)
Post-Doc Fellow | Cluster of Excellence
University of Frankfurt/Main
Lecturer | Institute of International Law and International Relations,
University of Graz <http://voelkerrecht.uni-graz.at/en/>
Research Affiliate | European Training and Research Centre for Human Rights
and Democracy, University of
Exzellenzcluster "Normative Ordnungen", Goethe-Universität Frankfurt/Main
EXC-8, Grüneburgplatz 1
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Freedom of Expression and the Internet
Netzpolitik in Österreich [Net Politics in Austria] (2013,
Grenzen im Völkerrecht [Limits of International Law] (2013,
The Future of Individuals in International Law
European Yearbook on Human Rights 2013 (2013,
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