[IRPCoalition] Fwd: [DC] Highlight videos from Global IGF 2016

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Dear all

More material from the 2016 IGF meeting in Guadalajara

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Subject: 	[DC] Highlight videos from Global IGF 2016
Date: 	Thu, 26 Jan 2017 15:18:55 +0000
From: 	Janna Anderson <andersj at elon.edu>
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Dear all, Eleonora Mazzucchi of the IGF Secretariat suggested I share
this with the list…

*This might be useful for your work for the global future:*

Six excellent brief highlight videos showing dozens of representative
snippets from longer interviews at Global IGF are now posted on
the *Imagining the Internet YouTube channel*
<https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLf2o-VmxcSBdObSMeFMmNpIrQJChEZ4H1> and
the link to this YouTube playlist is also posted on Imagining the
Internet’s fuller-featured *Global IGF 2016 Video Survey page*

_The highlight videos may be quite useful for you or your organization
in telling the story of the Internet challenges and opportunities of
today._ Of course, the FULL sets of complete answers from 125 IGF
<http://www.elon.edu/e-web/imagining/event-coverage/global_igf_2016/default.xhtml> to
each question are much higher-value and more accurate in sharing
people’s deeper views than these quick-hitting, high-energy,
3-to-4-minute highlight videos, which each include only a part of a few
dozen IGF attendees' responses to the questions, but you might be in
situations where using the highlight videos to get a conversation going
will be helpful, so here are individual links to them:

    What do you think the next big thing in the Internet’s evolution
    will be?
    How will the Internet of Things and AI improve life; how are they
    also disrupting things?
    What are the most difficult Internet challenges, fears or issues
    that must be addressed to assure the best future for all?
    What action or actions should be taken now to assure the best
    possible future?
    How will bringing another billion people globally online change the
    Using just 10 words or less, describe the Internet’s future.

Elon University undergraduate students were thrilled to have the
opportunity to create these resources. We are thankful to have had so
many people participate in sharing their views – you may be one of them!
I am including a list of survey participants here just below my
signature. We invite you to share the videos widely in social media,
embed them in your websites, show them at conferences and meetings and
use them to advance the best global future.

Janna Anderson

Professor of Communications
Director of the Imagining the Internet Center
Elon University
Senior contract researcher, Pew Internet


Vint Cerf, vice president and chief Internet evangelist, Google, United
States; Wolfgang Kleinwächter, former ICANN Board Member, Denmark; Mary
Uduma, president of the Nigeria Internet Registration Association
(NiRA); Jutta Croll, managing director, Center for Child Protection on
the Internet, Germany; Gregory Shannon, chief scientist, Software
Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, United States;
Talant Sultanov, vice president of finance, American University of
Central Asia, Kyrgyz Republic; Nalaka Gunawardene, media and
communications consultant, Sri Lanka; Jeremy Malcolm, senior global
policy analyst, Electronic Frontier Foundation, United States;

Arsene Tungali Baguma, CEO Rudi International, Democratic Republic of
Congo; Farzaneh Badii, research associate, Internet Governance Project
at Georgia Institute of Technology, Iran; Hanzhuo Zhang, representative,
The B.I. Group, China; Marie Verdura, Universidad Autonoma de
Guadalajara; Jane Coffin, director, development strategy for the
Internet Society, United States; John Dada, volunteer CEO, Fantsuam
Foundation, Nigeria; Finn Petersen, director of international ICT
relations, Danish Business Authority, Denmark; Pedro Veiga, chairman,
Portuguese Chapter of Internet Society; John Klensin, principal, John C
Klensin & Associates, United States;

Rafik Dammak, computer engineer, NTT Communications, Tunisia; Masibulele
Jay Siya, department of computer science, University of the Western
Cape, South Africa; Xianhong Hu, assistant program specialist, UNESCO,
France; Avri Doria, principal researcher, Technicalities, United States;
Vinicius Wagner Oliveira Santos, technical adviser, CGI, Brazil; Sumon
Ahmed Sabir, chief techonology officer, Fiber at Home, Bangladesh; Juan
Jose de Leon Torres, director of innovation technologies, administrator
of Red Global Digital, Mexico; Sylvia Saucedo, personal secretary to the
ambassador, Embassy of Bangladesh, Mexico;

Tunde Akanni, lecturer, Lagos State University (Nigeria); Ahmad Rimlawi,
internal audit director, Republic of Lebanon; Sabrina Abualhaiga, Youth
IGF, France; Keene Jensen Romano, student, China; Josiah Rai, student,
China; Ashna Kalemara, programmes associate, CIPESCA (Collaboration of
International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa), Uganda; Ocean
Cutler, student, China; Oliver Cheung, student, China;

Nigel Hickson, vice president for UN and IGO engagement for ICANN in
Geneva, United Kingdom; James Ting-Edwards, issues advisor, InternetNZ,
New Zealand; Bryan Nunez, technology and human rights program officer,
Open Society Foundation, United States; Henri Christin Longendja,
executive secretary, Democratic Republic of the Congo; Daniel Sepulveda,
ambassador U.S. State Department, international communications and
information policy; Romain Laugier, intern, Open Diplomacy Institute,
Colombia Center for Sustainable Investment; Miguel Ignacio Estrada,
director, 1977 digital, Argentina; Nelson Orduz, developer, Colombia;

Michael R. Nelson, public policy expert, CloudFlare, Inc., United
States; Ibrahim M.J. AlDabal, general coordinator, Khalifa Empowerment
Program, United Arab Emirates; Soria Souza, professor and researcher,
Senac University, Brazil; Margaret Bernard, faculty of science and
technology, The University of The West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago;
Stefano Trumpy, president, ISOC-Italy chapter; Nicolás Echániz,
president, AlterMundi, Argentina; Gabriel Flores Vázquez, secretary of
innovation, science and technology, Jalisco state government, Mexico;
Bob Frankston, Frankston Innovating, United States;

Thomas Whitehead, director, U.S. Government Affairs for BT; Krishna
Kumar Rajamannar, master of public policy candidate, Hertie School of
Governance, India; Yuza Setiawan, ISOC/IGF ambassador, Indonesia; Erin
Hutchison, content marketing and media specialist, Canadian Internet
Registration Authority; Dustin Phillips, co-executive director,
ICANN/Wiki, United States; David Giles, Web and social media manager,
The Salvation Army, United Kingdom; Cindyneia Cantanhede, Youth at IGF,
Federal University of Maranhão, Brazil; Francisco Brito-Cruz, director,
Internet Lab, Brazil; Victor Veloso, Youth at IGF, University of São
Paolo, Brazil;

Izumi Okutani, policy liaison, Japan Network Information Center (JPNIC);
Nomsa Mlambo, Youth at IGF, Zimbabwe; Lebogang Mpofu, Women’s Net, South
Africa; Kgopotso Pearl Sekwati, Women’s Net, South Africa; Christopher
Painter, cyber issues coordinator, Office of the Secretary, U.S. State
Department; Walid Al-Saqaf, member, Board of Trustees of Internet
Society, Sweden; Bobby Bedi, producer, Federation of International Film
Producers, India; Syed Ismail Shah, chairman, Pakistan Telecommunication

Kouame Phillipe, technical advisory, Ivory Coast; Efrén Quijano, senior
account manager, KIO Networks, Mexico; Megan Richards,
directorate-general, Communications Networks, Belgium; Ian Fish, BCS
Community of Expertise, United Kingdom; Wais Payab, ambassador, ISOC,
Afghanistan; Emmanuel Agbenonwossi, IGF ambassador- Ghanaweb, Togo;
Maiko Nakagaki, program officer, Center for International Private
Enterprise, United States; Ildeu Borges, National Syndicate of Telephone
Business and Mobile and Personal Cellular Service, Brazil; Valentina
Hvale Pellizzer, president, One World Platform, Bosnia;

Gloria Correa, Youth IGF fellow, Panama; James Wamathai, director,
Bloggers Association of Kenya, Kenya; Henrique Faulhaber, board member,
Brazilian Internet Steering Committee, Brazil; Frederico Links,
representative, ACTION, Nambia; Zhang Yi, engineer, Chinese Government;
Veronica Arroyo, youth at IGF, Peru; Bazlur Rahman, CEO, Bangladesh
NGO’s Network for Radio and Communications;

Sahaj Man Shrestha, executive board member, Freedom Forum, Nepal; Luigi
Gambardella, founder and president, ChinaEU Association for Digital,
Italy; Tunde Akanni, lecturer, Lagos State University, Nigeria; Peter
Madavhu, .ZADNA, South Africa; Gayatri Khandhadai, Association for
Progressive Communications, India; Isadora Hellengren, researcher,
McGill University, Canada; Marsali Hancock, commissioner, Global
Information Infrastructure Commission, United States; Mignon Clyburn,
commissioner, Federal Communications Commission, United States; Jimson
Olufuye, CEO, Kontemporary Konsulting, Nigeria; Arda Gerkens, president,
International Association of Internet Hotlines, Netherlands; Leon
Sanchez, ICANN, Mexico;

Marina Sanchez Calvo, president, Technology Education Institute, Mexico;
Mei Lin Fung, co-founder, People-Centered Internet, United States;
Garland McCoy, president, Technology Education Institute, United States;
Andrew To'imoana, director for information technology and Tonga National
CERT, Government of Tonga; Manu Bhardwaj, senior political advisor for
technology and Internet policy, Office of the Undersecretary of State,
United States; Nilmini Rubin, vice president, Tetra Tech, United States;
Toby Mendel, executive director, Center for Law and Democracy, Canada;

Lousewives van der Lean, member of board of directors, ICANN; Michael
Oghia, consuntant and editor #NETGOV, Serbia; Rhea Yaw Ching, executive
director, Covela, Mexico; Adriana Labardini Inzunza, commissioner,
Federal Institute of Telecommunications, India; Latha Reddy, former
deputy national security adviser of India; Ephraim Kenyanito, Youth
Multistakeholder Advisory Group member for IGF and Sub-Saharan Africa
policy analyst for Access Now, Kenya; Joseph Alhadeff, vice president
for global public policy and chief policy strategist, Oracle, United
States; Adeboye Adegoke, program manager, ICT Policy, Nigeria; 

Andrew Sullivan, chair of the Internet Architecture Board, United
States; Tae Eun Kim, associate fellow, department of International
Cooperation Research, KISDI, South Korea; Kathryn Montgomery, professor,
American University, United States; Markus Kummer, member of the board
of directors, ICANN, Switzerland; Kenneth Adu-Amanfoh, deputy director
of the information technology division, National Communications
Authority, Ghana; Jacqueline Park, director of Asia-Pacific Region,
International Federation of Journalists, Australia; Cheryl Miller,
director, international public policy and regulatory affairs, Verizon,
United States;

Benita Izemengia, project manager, Journaliste En Danger, Democratic
Republic of Congo; Wahab Sadaat, deputy minister, Ministry of
Communications, Afghanistan; Evelyn Namara, Youth Ambassador, Internet
Society, Uganda; Abubakar Karsan Msabila, executive director, Union of
Tanzania Press Clubs; Shabana Mansoory, president and co-founder,
TechWomen Afghanistan; Mohammad Qasim Nasimee, telecom quality of
service manager, ATRA, Afghanistan;

Alejandro Pisanty, professor, National University of Mexico and chair of
Internet Society of Mexico; Mauricio Hernandez, PDP attorney, Bufete
Soni, Mexico; Judith Hellerstein, founder and CEO, Hellerstein &
Associates, United States; Christopher Yoo, professor of law,
communication and computer and information science, University of
Pennsylvania, United States; Kanaan Ngutu, Youth IGF Fellow and ICT
officer for Ministry of Information, Communication, Transport and
Tourism, Republic of Kiribati.

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