[governance] Good examples of muiltistakeholder policy development at a national level?
Olivier MJ Crépin-Leblond
ocl at gih.com
Tue Oct 29 20:26:31 EDT 2019
in the UK, DCMS (Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sports)
regularly hosts the MAGIG (Multistakeholder Advisory Group on Internet
Governance) meetings bringing stakeholders together - in two groups, one
focussing on ICANN issues and one focussing primarily on ITU and IGF issues.
On 29/10/2019 20:42, Ian Peter wrote:
> I am interested to know of examples of nation states that might have
> reasonable to good practices for involving civil society and the
> private sector in internet related policy development, along the lines
> perhaps of the ancient WSIS definition of "on an equal footing".
> Is anyone doing this this other than in a token fashion? A few years
> ago we had a good example with Brazil, but a change of government
> changed that. What are our good examples now, or don't they exist?
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