[IGFmaglist] [Outreach_com_2015] Recirculating UNESCO specific IGF messages

Marilyn Cade marilynscade at hotmail.com
Tue Mar 3 09:32:44 EST 2015


Janis, I wonder if you might also write a MAG Chair blog as well? 


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>> On Mon, Mar 2, 2015 at 7:21 AM, <karklinsj at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Matthew,
>> 
>> I learned that my name is on the list of speakers at the closing session.
>> I will use elements of the messages for my intervention.
>> 
>> Best
>> JK
>> 
>> Sent from Surface
>> 
>> From: Matthew Shears
>> Sent: Sunday, March 1, 2015 11:05 PM
>> To: outreach_com_2015 at intgovforum.org
>> 
>> 
>> Hi all
>> 
>> Do we have any sense as to who will be giving these messages at the 
>> UNESCO event?
>> 
>> Matthew
>> 
>> On 2/26/2015 3:43 PM, Lynn St.Amour wrote:
>> > Hi Dominique,
>> >
>> > I think this looks very good and I would be happy to have it passed to the MAG.  Thanks to all those who led this effort.
>> >
>> > Lynn
>> >
>> > On Feb 26, 2015, at 10:32 AM, Dominique Lazanski <dlazanski at gsma.com> wrote:
>> >
>> >> Thanks Lynn and the rest of the group. Are we happy for the following to be passed on to the MAG today?
>> >>
>> >> Orginally suggested messages:
>> >>
>> >> *The IGF appreciates the ongoing support that UNESCO has provided the IGF, its engagement in the IGF and its participation through its many workshops and speakers over the years.
>> >> *The IGF notes the importance of the first multistakeholder meeting of the WSIS+10 review hosted by UNESCO in which the outcome documents reinforced the importance of the IGF and called on all stakeholders to "acknowledge the importance of and renew their commitment to the Internet Governance Forum (IGF)"
>> >> *We also note the role that the IGF has been able to play for UNESCO as a place to solicit inputs, to share views and to gain insights from the community.  This manifested itself in the numerous WSIS Action Line related UNESCO organized workshops and more recently the soliciting of inputs to the UNESCO Internet Study that we are discussing here today.   The IGF continues to provide a unique space in which all stakeholders can be reached for discussion on a myriad of Internet policy issues.   We look forward to working with UNESCO and enabling discussions on the outputs of the UNESCO report and to helping shape UNESCO's future work.
>> >> *We seek UNESCO's support for the IGF as the WSIS+10 review culminates at the UNGA in NY.  The IGF's mandate is up for renewal and we ask UNESCO and the stakeholders that support UNESCO's important work to encourage governments to support the extension of the IGF.
>> >>
>> >> And Mark's additional messages on improvements and enhancements that have been implemented since NETmundial in particular, and building on the success of the Istanbul IGF, notably:
>> >>
>> >> - more effective communication of tangible IGF outcomes;
>> >> - five capacity building best practice fora to be held centre-stage of the IGF programme;
>> >> - the roll out of a programme of inter-sessional activities which will involve and better integrate the national and regional IGFs in the preparation for IGF10 in Joao Pessao, Brazil, in November;
>> >> - further extension of regional hubs for remote participation in all regions that will increase the involvement of stakeholders in developing countries and small island developing states who are not able physically to attend the IGF.
>> >>
>> >> With a note to flag the IGF 2015 themes as well in relation to UNESCO's mandate, WSIS+10 and post-MDG goals:
>> >>
>> >> "Evolution of Internet Governance: Empowering Sustainable Development" - supported by eight sub-themes that will frame the discussions at IGF10:
>> >> Cybersecurity and Trust; Internet Economy; Inclusiveness and Diversity; Openness; Enhancing Multi-stakeholder Cooperation; Internet and Human Rights; Critical Internet Resources; Emerging Issues.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> -----Original Message-----
>> >> From: Lynn St.Amour [mailto:Lynn at Internet-Matters.org]
>> >> Sent: 25 February 2015 20:16
>> >> To: Dominique Lazanski
>> >> Cc: outreach_com_2015 at intgovforum.org
>> >> Subject: Re: [Outreach_com_2015] Recirculating UNESCO specific IGF messages
>> >>
>> >> Hi Dominique, Mark,
>> >>
>> >> I support the original formulation.  I also support the suggestions below by Mark, as it is important to show evolution and the more tangible outcomes.
>> >>
>> >> Best,
>> >> Lynn
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> On Feb 25, 2015, at 2:09 PM, Mark Carvell <mark.carvell at culture.gov.uk> wrote:
>> >>
>> >>> Re-sending this in case not received previously or lost in busy inboxes. Marilyn Cade supported my suggestions.
>> >>> Best regards
>> >>> Mark
>> >>>
>> >>> On 23 February 2015 at 18:57, Mark Carvell <mark.carvell at culture.gov.uk> wrote:
>> >>> Dear Dominique and colleagues
>> >>>
>> >>> I suggest it is also worth adding to these messages for UNESCO an affirmation of the improvements and enhancements that have been implemented since NETmundial in particular, and building on the success of the Istanbul IGF, notably:
>> >>>
>> >>> - more effective communication of tangible IGF outcomes;
>> >>> - five capacity building best practice fora to be held centre-stage of
>> >>> the IGF programme;
>> >>> - the roll out of a programme of inter-sessional activities which will
>> >>> involve and better integrate the national and regional IGFs in the
>> >>> preparation for IGF10 in Joao Pessao, Brazil, in November;
>> >>> - further extension of regional hubs for remote participation in all regions that will increase the involvement of stakeholders in developing countries and small island developing states who are not able physically to attend the IGF.
>> >>>
>> >>> I think it is also worth flagging in Paris the agree themes in view of the direct relevance of some to UNESCO's mandate and to WSIS+10 and the sustainable development agenda post 2015:
>> >>> "Evolution of Internet Governance: Empowering Sustainable Development" - supported by eight sub-themes that will frame the discussions at IGF10:
>> >>> Cybersecurity and Trust; Internet Economy; Inclusiveness and Diversity; Openness; Enhancing Multi-stakeholder Cooperation; Internet and Human Rights; Critical Internet Resources; Emerging Issues .
>> >>>
>> >>> Best regards
>> >>>
>> >>> Mark
>> >>>
>> >>>
>> >>>
>> >>>
>> >>>
>> >>> On 23 February 2015 at 10:46, Dominique Lazanski <dlazanski at gsma.com> wrote:
>> >>> UNESCO meeting details:
>> >>> http://en.unesco.org/events/connecting-dots-options-future-action
>> >>>
>> >>> (Assumption is made that these would be spoken - also these have to be
>> >>> reviewed for the "politics" of the asks))
>> >>>
>> >>> * The IGF appreciates the ongoing support that UNESCO has provided the IGF, its engagement in the IGF and its participation through its many workshops and speakers over the years.
>> >>> * The IGF notes the importance of the first multistakeholder meeting of the WSIS+10 review hosted by UNESCO in which the outcome documents reinforced the importance of the IGF and called on all stakeholders to "acknowledge the importance of and renew their commitment to the Internet Governance Forum (IGF)"
>> >>> * We also note the role that the IGF has been able to play for UNESCO as a place to solicit inputs, to share views and to gain insights from the community.  This manifested itself in the numerous WSIS Action Line related UNESCO organized workshops and more recently the soliciting of inputs to the UNESCO Internet Study that we are discussing here today.   The IGF continues to provide a unique space in which all stakeholders can be reached for discussion on a myriad of Internet policy issues.   We look forward to working with UNESCO and enabling discussions on the outputs of the UNESCO report and to helping shape UNESCO's future work.
>> >>> * We seek UNESCO's support for the IGF as the WSIS+10 review culminates at the UNGA in NY.  The IGF's mandate is up for renewal and we ask UNESCO and the stakeholders that support UNESCO's important work to encourage governments to support the extension of the IGF.
>> >>> (Note: we have reached out to Cedric Wachholz at UNESCO for additional
>> >>> inputs/thoughts on what might be appropriate to say at the meeting)
>> >>>
>> >>>
>> >>>
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>> >>> --
>> >>> Mark Carvell
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>> >>>
>> >>>
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