[governance] WEBCAST TODAY: Geneva Lecture Series: “Current Internet Governance Challenges: What’s next?”

Joly MacFie joly at punkcast.com
Sat Jan 6 18:40:21 EST 2018

#12 of the 12 streams. This one runs a little over 2 hours so have your
popcorn ready! What better to do a Saturday night? Again, some pains have
been taken on the captioning.

This is, of course the last of the 12 streams of Xmas (or whatever). In
case you missed any, here is the full list.
1. ISOC-NY 20th Anniversary -
2. Internet Society Open Forum at IGF 2017 -
3. A History of the Internet - Dave Farber -
4. The Last Days of Reality - Mark Pesce -
5. Internet Society Chapterthon 2017 -
6. Kathy Brown - Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2017 -
7. Internet Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony 2017 -
8. ISOC Community Networking Round Up 2016 -
9. Community Networks talks from NYCMesh & RadNetworks -
10. Olaf Kolkman - The Future of Trust -
11. Internet Society 2017 Global Internet Report Launch -
12. Geneva Lecture Series: “Current Internet Governance Challenges: What’s
Next?” - https://livestream.com/internetsociety/gls17


[image: livestream] <https://livestream.com/internetsociety/gls17/>On
November 9 2017, as part of* Geneva Peace Week
<http://www.genevapeaceweek.ch/>*, the *United Nations Office at Geneva
<https://www.unog.ch/>* (UNOG) and the *United Nations Institute for
Training and Research <http://www.unitar.org/>*(UNITAR), in partnership
with the *Graduate Institute for International and Development Studies
<http://graduateinstitute.ch/>* and the *Geneva Internet Platform
<https://www.giplatform.org/>*, presented the tenth edition of the *Geneva
Lecture Series <http://www.unitar.org/gls/>* (GLS) on “*Current Internet
Governance Challenges: What’s Next?
at the Palais des Nations in Geneva. The lecture commenced with welcoming
remarks from *Michael Møller*, Director-General, UN Geneva, and *Nikhil Set*h,
Executive Director, UNITAR. *Brad Smith*, President and Chief Legal Officer
of Microsoft, delivered keynote remarks in which he proposed a *Digital
Geneva Convention
forestall cyberwars by nation-states. He was then joined for a more general
Internet governance discussion by *Kate Gilmore*, Deputy High Commissioner
for Human Rights (OHCHR),and *Phillip Spoerri*, Head of the Delegation of
the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to the United Nations
in New York. The session was moderated by *Doreen Bogdan-Martin*, Chief of
Strategic Planning and Membership Department, International
Telecommunication Union (ITU), with assistance from online moderator *Jovan
Kurbalija*, Director, Geneva Internet Platform. The entire event will be
webcast today *January 6 2018* at *7pm EST* on the *Internet Society
Livestream Channel <https://livestream.com/internetsociety/gls17/>* (with
open captions).

*View on Livestream: https://livestream.com/internetsociety/gls17/
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