[governance] Internet Governance in Latin America research project

willi uebelherr willi.uebelherr at gmail.com
Wed Apr 22 11:58:33 EDT 2015

Dear Renata,

it can be a good initiative. But my experience in Latin America show me, 
that there are no people to understand, what is "Internet Governance" 
and what we have to do to create a InterNet. Maybe, also the most people 
on this lists don't understand, what we have to do.

Connect to the different Ministerios in the different countries. Then 
ypu can see and hear, that they don't understand the themes "tele 
communication". But they create decisions. And this always based on the 
external definitions.

In my last 4 years in Latin America never i found people with 
connections to the international discussions about Internet. Never i 
found people with a critical thinking to that, what we give the name 

In Latin America we have the organized consumerism. They use only the 
technical systems from the external regions. But never they start to 
understand the technical bases. And this we find also in NetMundial in 

many greetings, willi
Cordoba, Argentina

Am 4/22/2015 um 11:18 AM schrieb Renata Aquino:
> Hello
> I’m working on a research Project on Internet Governance in Latin America
> currently building a list of organizations in this area. The goal of this
> Project is to identify paths for novices to participate in these
> discussions as well as hearing out experts who could point out the way to
> main issues in the region.
> I’d be grateful if this group could help me pointing out resources,
> organizations or professionals I may have missed.
> The list I’ve gathered so far is below and please send comments to
> raquino at gmail.com
> The next phase of this Project will be to contact key professionals in the
> area of Internet Governance to do a series of interviews. If you’d like to
> participate or nominate someone for an interview please send me an email.
> This is an ongoing Project with plans to present in the future in intenet
> governance events in Latin America.
> Thanks for any help
> Renata Aquino Ribeiro
> Professor and researcher
> IT Campus – Quixadá City
> Federal University of Ceará – Brazil
> -----
> Main organizations involved in internet governance in Latin America
> (Please sendo info about speakers for these to raquino at gmail.com)
> URL: http://www.citel.oas.org
> * eLAC
> http://www.cepal.org/elac2015/default.asp
> http://www.lacigf.org
> http://www.lacnic.net
> * LACTLD - Latin American and Caribbean ccTLDs Organization
> http://www.lactld.org
> * LatinoamerICANN
> http://latinoamericann.org <http://latinoamericann.org/?q=node/1725>
> http://www.atlarge.icann.org/lacralo
> * LAC IPv6 Task Force e FLIP
> http://portalipv6.lacnic.net/en/flip6-and-lac-ipv6-tf/
> * Internet Society - Mexico, El Salvador, Porto Rico, Costa Rica, Trinidad
> e Tobago, Venezuela, Colombia, Equador, Peru, Brasil, Bolivia, Paraguai,
> Uruguai, Argentina
> http://www.internetsociety.org
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