[bestbits] WSIS+10 clocation (was Re: WSIS+10 workshop?...)
jochai at accessnow.org
Tue Dec 11 12:19:43 EST 2012
Someone from Access will be at the WSIS+10 meeting and we'd be very
interested in participating on the panel. Feel free to put my name down for
now, if you'd like.
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On Tue, Dec 11, 2012 at 7:40 AM, Andrew Puddephatt <
Andrew at global-partners.co.uk> wrote:
> In putting together a Best Bits panel proposal for the UNESCO WSIS
> proposal I need to indicate a topic and potential panellists.
> I'm going to suggest a topic that builds upon the consensus we reached to
> date on what we don't want, moving forward to what we do want - I suggest
> we invite different participants to define the public interest internet
> they envisage with lots of opportunity for carefully moderated interactive
> The tricky thing is specifying panelists at this stage. If you are
> definitely plannng to come to Paris and/or are willing for your name to go
> forward as a panellist at this stage (even if you're not sure you can make
> it)? We can reconfigure it later but I should flag up a speaker from each
> continent ideally...
> Andrew Puddephatt, Director
> Global Partners and Associates
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> On 11/12/2012 11:09, "Norbert Bollow" <nb at bollow.ch> wrote:
> >Michael Gurstein <gurstein at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> I'm very unlikely to get funding to be in Geneva but I would like to
> >> comment on the idea of a BestBits workshop at WSIS+10.
> >I thought it was in Paris. (The difference may not matter for you, but
> >it matters for myself and others who live within reasonably close range
> >of Geneva but much further from Paris.)
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