[governance] Good examples of muiltistakeholder policy development at a national level?

david_allen_ab63 at post.harvard.edu david_allen_ab63 at post.harvard.edu
Tue Oct 29 20:35:47 EDT 2019

How about "in their respective roles"?


> On Oct 29, 2019, at 4:42 PM, Ian Peter <ian.peter at ianpeter.com> 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?
> Ian
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