[bestbits] Advocacy Bytes - an experience bank
sheetal at gp-digital.org
Tue Aug 14 11:30:14 EDT 2018
In case of interest, we have just launched the fourth installment of
Advocacy Bytes on the UN Human Rights Council 38th session, focusing on
engagement around the HRC resolution on the promotion, protection and
enjoyment of human rights on the internet.
You can find the direct link for the case study here:
The link for the database is here:
Advocacy Bytes records case studies of civil society groups engaging in
internet governance processes, in order to help support more strategic and
effective civil society engagement. The previous installments have covered
the ITU Plenipot 2014
the WSIS+10 review
<https://www.gp-digital.org/series/advocacy-bytes/wsis10-review/>, and the TPP
We continue to invite submissions to contribute to the bank - if you'd like
to get involved, in whatever way, please do get in touch. Any feedback is
of course welcome!
On 8 June 2016 at 15:05, Sheetal Kumar <sheetal at gp-digital.org> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I am writing to share with you the first case study in a new experience
> bank, "Advocacy Bytes", which records case studies of civil society groups
> engaging in internet governance processes, in order to help support more
> strategic and effective civil society engagement.
> You can find an introductory piece here: http://www.gp-digital.org/
> The link for the database is here: http://www.gp-digital.org/series/advocacy-bytes/
> The aim is both to provide a useful tool for civil society engagement and
> to record an alternative history of internet governance – seen from below,
> rather than through the narrow lens of statecraft and diplomacy and we will
> be adding more case studies during the course of the year.
> We invite submissions from civil society working in all corners of
> internet governance to contribute to the bank - if you'd like to get
> involved, in whatever way, please do get in touch. Any feedback is of
> course welcome!
> *Sheetal Kumar*
> Programme Manager | GLOBAL PARTNERS DIGITAL
> Second Home, 68-80 Hanbury Street, London, E1 5JL
> T: +44 (0)20 3 818 3258 0337| M: +44 (0)7739569514 |
Programme Lead | GLOBAL PARTNERS DIGITAL
Second Home, 68-80 Hanbury Street, London, E1 5JL
T: +44 (0)20 3 818 3258| M: +44 (0)7739569514 |
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