[Wgco] Workstreams

Marina Sokolova sokolova at data.minsk.by
Sat Jul 2 14:28:58 EDT 2016


Dear Marilyn,
could you kindly explain your attitude (critical position?) to Segun's
suggestion in a shorter way? It seems that you touched upon so many
subjects that I have lost the thread :-)
Thanks in advance.
Marina



2016-07-02 16:44 GMT+03:00 Marilyn Cade <marilynscade at hotmail.com>:

> Segun, and colleagues
>
> I do offer some thoughts and suggestions:
> First, I see our role as developing principles and ideas of who, what,
> how, and when for outreach, and to focus on key overall top line messages.
>
> I do not think the MAG is the delivery mechanism, but we are the 'think
> tank' of advisors on what key issues need to be advanced to advise on
> messages, and we can support the when, and how. It might be something like
> the CCWG-IG at ICANN. I am happy to explain more but sort of basically, the
> community works collaboratively across different groups and individuals to
> develop 'shared messages'.  that sounds like our goal?
>
> As to delivery of agreed messages from the IGF:  That may not be our job,
> but let's see. FIRST, how about we start very fundamentally on what all can
> agree on and on what the MAG itself can support: Who is the IGF; What does
> it do; how does it do it; where does it do it; why does it matter? What are
> its contributions? What more is needed? Who can help broaden its
> influence?  What can you, individually, regardless of your role, do to
> support the IGF and its effectiveness?
>
>
> WHO is more difficult, but it is important in my view, not to create a
> group who mostly wants to make it about them being spokespersons.  Instead,
> we can add significant to major value by contributing to the what is the
> IGF; what does the IGF do; when does it do it? where and how does it do it
> - inclusive of the NRIs and engagement with IGOs, IOs, etc. etc.; and who
> can help advance these agreed messages?
>
> -we need to be 'equal opportunity outreachers', not focused on any
> individual stakeholder group, but considering outreach to all SGs and even
> perhaps emerging SGs, which might be something like beyond the present I*s
> into broader technical/scientific communities; beyond the present CS
> participants into the NGO and development communities; and beyond the
> present categories of business into businesses engaged in agriculture,
> health delivery, education, finance, etc. etc.; and beyond present
> government agencies into those engaged in economic investment, education,
> health services to citizens; and agencies and entities that are addressing
> cyber security, and other risks and threats.  I have posted something to
> the IGF Retreat that might be interesting to discuss at some time.
>
> IGF needs to do outreach to\development banks; and the development
> agencies.wonder if we might start with a sort of contribution quickly and
> simply, from some of us who keep meta calendars for one reason or another.
> I keep a timeline of major related IG and WSIS events, that I share
> informally with those most interested. It is not intended to be a 'all
> things considered' approach, but it is helpful to some.
>
> The CCWG-IG at ICANN, where I am a member, also keeps a mini timeline that
> is directly related to technical aspects of the Internet, the ICANN
> engagement, and the extended IG eco system.
>
> Wearing a 'different hat', as the Substantive Coordinator of the NRIs, I
> am working with the IGF Secretariat on a timeline of events directly
> related to the NRIs.
>
> None of these are exclusive, but might provide a small contribution into
> the development of a timeline of events of interest and direct relevance.
>
> I confess that from now forward for many hours, I am immersed in workshop
> reviews. I may be the most rigorous 'grader' of all MAG members, as I have
> been involved in the IgF since 2006, and worked on the sidelines from 2006
> until only two years ago, when I was finally willing to join the MAG.  I
> have 'evaluated' workshops now for two years, and I find that the workshop
> proposal invitation and submission process and the evaluation process are
> 'evolving'. I think that means [for all of us] major changes over time. For
> instance, there is one country that submitted more than 5 submissions.
> There are entities from business, civil society, and the technical
> community that submitted, without really identifying themselves probably
> 5-6 submissions each. Another entity submitted 3 that belong in a single
> Open Forum.  The same civiil society,, academics, technical community and
> companies, over and over, and even one or two or three individual, are
> repeated as speakers.  Experienced submitters have submitted applications
> for workshops that are panels, and thus require a background paper. No
> background paper. For some reason, some MAG members supported anonymity in
> the 'submitters' category. This is a bad idea. ALL involvement of ALL
> should be required to be transparent and open. Some thought this meant that
> the MAG raters would not be influenced by who submitted, but that also
> means that MAG members who, frankly, are not as broadly familiar with who
> is whom in the IGF, may not understand the 'underlying linkages' of who the
> workshop organizers are.
>
> Not all of my MAG colleagues will be able to spend the time that I am
> spending.
>
> I have
> 1) printed out and read all proposals 2) sorted them manually into related
> categories 3) looked for duplication of organizers, or speakers, or
> moderators, Or remote moderators -- all signs of duplication of engagement
> even if not being transparently acknowledged. 4) organized by
> subject/relationship of topic 5) rated by diversity of view and 6)
> diversity of geo participation and 7) considered whether some can be moved
> into a track on un-conference, or into flash sessions.
>
> The same companies appear as speakers over and over, regardless of who the
> proposer is, and actually, the CS proposers are particularly inclined to
> propose the same 2-4 companies over and over and over and ... wait, did I
> say 'over'. :-)  The same NGOs and CS entities appear over and over... and
> the same countries ... the same technical community... e.g. we need to
> consider how we grow the 'pie' so to speak so that no voices from those who
> have labored in the vineyards for the last ten years are displaced, but we
> offer new spaces and engagement.
>
> :-) It is a sort of of incumbent versus new entrant challenge. We can
> help, I think, in this WG.
>
> I am a strong supporter of engagement of those who contributed early --
> and I think we need to consider that to make IGF effective, we need to
> built on top of those basic building blocks of supporters.  and create new
> spaces and new engagement, and that means that we start with the idea that
> there is more, not fewer opportunities for engagement.
>
> Thus, just a disclosure: In my individual capacity, I have proposed that
> the IGF MAG be expanded for pilot period of two years, by up to 10-13
> participants. You can read about this in my submission to the IGF Retreat.
>
> I have proposed that a professional editorial team attend the IGF and
> publish a daily newsletter.
> Ihave proposed the addition of a contractor that can do high quality
> visual materials for the website, for placement in relevant publications,
> create a standard look and feel for PPs from the IGF MAG Chair, the IGF
> Secretariat. Support the development of 'agreed messages' and materials.
> This is not a full time position but a contractor that the IGF Secretariat
> could retain and during the IGF it would be a full time.  Imagine the world
> when everyone walked away from an IGF with something that looked more like
> the WSIS Forum publication -- okay, the 60 page version versus the 300 page
> version, but still?
>
> I look forward to our focusing more on the guidance we can provide, that
> supports how the Secretariat can then pursue implementing. And we need to
> understand that we need to continue to make sure that DESA understands that
> we support the Secretariat and do not want to move to a bureaucratic
> approach like the UN has to live with.
>
> We might even offer to advise on the update of the UN brochure on the IGF
> re what are the key messages?
>
> M
>
> ------------------------------
> From: raquino at gmail.com
> To: solugbile at gmail.com
> Date: Fri, 1 Jul 2016 20:01:12 +0000
> Subject: Re: [Wgco] Workstreams
> CC: wgco at intgovforum.org
>
> Dear Segun
>
> Please count me in for the following workstreams. I plan to be a
> collaborator on them.
>
> - Online Outreach & remote participants
> - Outreach to Civil Society communities
> - Outreach to underserved communities (Youth, women, and person with
> disabilities)
> - Profile of IG related upcoming events requiring urgent messaging
>
> - Thank you
>
> Renata
>
>
>
> On Fri, Jul 1, 2016 10:52 AM, Olusegun H. Olugbile solugbile at gmail.com
> wrote:
>
> Dear all,
>
>
>
> I want to thank everyone for very useful comments and contributions.
>
>
> Please take time to carefully review - *make input, and introduce
> innovation* - the following submission based on our discussions  so far,
> and suggestions from the outcome of MAG virtual meeting.
>
>
> *1. On WG Open to IG Community for Volunteers:*
>
>
> Following last year precedence and in line with general consensus of the
> members on extension of invitation to volunteers from IG community, I wish
> to suggest the following sequenced approach.
>
>
>    - WG develop the Terms of Reference (ToR) before the next physical
>    meeting in NY.
>    - Finalise the ToR during a launch meeting of the WG in NY.
>    - Open call for volunteers and their input into the ToR from IG
>    community within timeline (2wks after the MAG physical meeting in NY), with
>    opportunity to improve the ToR with the volunteers.
>
>
>  Please make comment and if this is ok with members, then we move forward
> requesting the secretariat to host the open call for volunteers and with
> access to the ToR for comment on the IGF website after our meeting in NY.
>
>
>
> *2. Suggestions on the Workstreams:*
>
>
>
> I need MAG members to volunteer to head/coordinate the following work
> streams which we have identified and fall within the scope of the work of
> the WG. I have also mapped various stakeholders to be reached to enhance a
> more focused communication.
>
>
>
>
>    - Online Outreach & remote participants
>    - Outreach to governments (Policy makers)
>    - Outreach to intergovernmentals (high level messaging)
>    - Outreach to Business Community
>    - Outreach to Civil Society communities
>    - Outreach to technical communities
>    - Outreach to underserved communities (Youth, women, and person with
>    disabilities)
>    - Outreach to Media/Press (yes, they are veritable partners in
>    communicating IGF information to the larger communities)
>    - IGF website improvement ( e.g. we can build on integrating IGF
>    Resources Center)
>    - Profile of IG related upcoming events requiring urgent messaging
>    - Social media, Google+, Twitter, facebook, email activities  General
>    awareness raising
>    - Measuring the impact of the WG effort
>
>
>
> *3. Work Program Calendar:*
> In addition, just like we did last year, but with modification/call for
> innovation, we need to develop work program calendar and modify the
> approach to suit the objective of our communication. For instance, we need
> to identify the following as we move forward;
>
>
>
>
>    - Different level of messages for different level of stakeholders
>    - Identifying opportunities for communication/interactions
>    - Determine modes of our communications – emails, IGF website,
>    e-brochures etc.
>    - IGF community blogging
>
>
> *4. WG Response to IGF Retreat*
>
> It is imperative that the WG provides a cohesive input into the IGF
> retreat. We should improve on the Ginger's draft input before  5th July.
> Please let's take advantage of the weekend to work this draft document.
>
> 5.* IGF Website Improvement*
>
>  In the above workstream above I have proposed for buiding and
> integration of IGF Resource Center (IRC). The IRC will provide the much
> needed resources for learning, informing and engaging the entire IGF
> community. We can learn from the success of UN GAID community engagement .
>
> *(for ref only; Global Alliance for Information and Communication
> Technologies and Development (GAID), an initiative by now former UN
> Secretary General Kofi Annan to promote the effective use of ICT for
> development, with the aim of coming together around ICT to promote the
> achievement of the internationally agreed development goals in partnership
> with all other stakeholders from government, business and civil society).*
>
> Similary, IGF- IRC can provides a common interaction platform for the IGF
> community and other stakeholders to contribute to global Internet
> governance goals.
>
> Best Regards
>
> Segun Olugbile
>
>
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> From: THOMAS-RAYNAUD Elizabeth <elizabeth.thomas-raynaud at iccwbo.org>
> To: Ginger Paque <virginiap at diplomacy.edu>, "Olusegun H. Olugbile"
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> Thank you Ginger for this thoughtful input.
>
> I hope leading up to the retreat and at the event itself we can build on
> the foundation that you present here to discuss the platform of the IGF
> website as both a community resource to help people ?identify themselves in
> the picture? ? be it as local initiatives, youth or people with
> disabilities who are included in the consideration.
>
> The IGF site is most certainly an essential pillar in the communication
> strategy so this warrants further reflection and discussion. Thank you for
> putting it down and sharing it for the rest of us to reflect on.
>
> Cheers, Elizabeth
>
> Elizabeth THOMAS-RAYNAUD
> International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
> Project Director, ICC Business Action to Support the Information Society
> (BASIS)
> Senior Policy Executive, Digital Economy
>
> From: Igfmaglist [mailto:igfmaglist-bounces at intgovforum.org] On Behalf Of
> Ginger Paque
> Sent: 28 June 2016 17:49
> To: Olusegun H. Olugbile
> Cc: wgco at intgovforum.org; MAG-public
> Subject: Re: [IGFmaglist] [Wgco] LET'S DISCUSS & MOVE FORWARD...
>
> Thanks Segun, and everyone.
>
> Segun, I am proposing a very short, concise input. My current draft is
> pasted here. I welcome any comments / suggestions / feedback.
>
> I think Marilyn is probably correct, that it is too short a timeframe to
> agree on a common document from the WG, but I welcome any comments or
> suggestions to improve my input, and am happy to add anyone's name, if they
> would like to join me in this contribution.
>
> Marilyn, others, does that work for you? Feel free to respond here, or
> privately to me. I look forward to working with all of you on these issues.
>
> DRAFT:
>
> MAG representation is based on stakeholder group and regional
> representation. While this works very well, it is not perfect and does not
> include a few cross-cutting issue groups, such as persons with
> disabilities, youth priority groups, and online participants.
>
> It is not realistic to include issue representatives as exceptions,
> because there are simply too many important issues. I do however request
> that accommodation be made to ensure that special groups have a designated
> channel of communication so that these concerns are heard appropriately.
> Right now, the MAG Working Group on Communication and Outreach is giving
> these issues high priority, but the IGF organization should
> institutionalise the processes to include these groups as part of integral
> IGF strategies.
> Among other things:
> ?        DCAD guidelines<
> http://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/accessibility/dcad/Documents/IGF%202015%20DCAD%20Accessibility%20Guidelines%20-%20Final%20V8.docx>
> should be adhered to as a fundamental part of IGF design.
> ?        Remote participation principles<
> http://www.giplatform.org/resources/e-participation-principles> should be
> adopted or adapted for in IGF processes.
> ?        A clear process for accepting contributions on specific issue
> areas should be established.
> ?        A permanent webpage with IGF resources and information for
> persons for disabilities should be part of the IGF website, to make all
> information available in one place.
> ?        A permanent webpage with online IGF participation resources,
> statistics, and information should be part of the IGF website, to make all
> information available in one place.
> ?        A permanent webpage for youth news or other resources and
> possibilities should be considered to improve outreach with youth groups.
>
> http://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/accessibility/dcad/Documents/IGF%202015%20DCAD%20Accessibility%20Guidelines%20-%20Final%20V8.docx
> http://www.giplatform.org/resources/e-participation-principles
>
> Virginia Paque
> DiploFoundation
>
> Upcoming online courses: Humanitarian Diplomacy, 21st Century Diplomacy,
> Diplomatic Law: Privileges and Immunities, Internet Technology and Policy:
> Challenges and Solutions, Multilateral Diplomacy.
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> >
>
> On Mon, Jun 27, 2016 at 3:50 AM, Olusegun H. Olugbile <solugbile at gmail.com
> <mailto:solugbile at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Dear Members,
>
> Thank you for subscribing to the mailing list.
>
> I'm working on a simple guide/work plan on the sharing of roles in line
> with our respective areas of experiences. I'll soon post the document to
> list.
>
> Meanwhile, I support Ginger's suggestion on the WG submitting input to the
> retreat. Perhaps, Ginger can go ahead to develop a draft document  for the
> group consideration and contributions. Improving IGF Comm & Outreach is as
> critically essential as the IGF. This idea is greatly welcomed.
>
> Best Regards.
>
> Segun Olugbile
>
>
> ____________________________________________________________
> President, Global Network for Cybersolution - GNC  (www.gncafrica.org<
> http://www.gncafrica.org>)
> CEO Continental Project Affairs Associates (CPAA) www.cpaa.com.ng<
> http://www.cpaa.com.ng>
> Member, National Cybercrime Advisory Council, Presidency (www.cert.gov.ng<
> http://www.cert.gov.ng>)
> Member, IGF Multi-stakeholders Advisory Group to UN Sec. Gen. (
> www.intgovforum.org<http://www.intgovforum.org/>)
> Member, Nigeria IGF Multi Stakeholders Advisory Group (www.nigf.org.ng<
> http://www.nigf.org.ng/>)
> Member, African ICT Alliance (www.aficta.org<http://www.aficta.org/>)
> Convener, Open Government Partnership Nigeria (www.ogpnigeria.org<
> http://www.ogpnigeria.org>)
>
>
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> Cheerfulness and contentment are great beautifiers and are famous
> preservers of youthful looks - Charles Dickens
>
> On Fri, Jun 24, 2016 at 3:40 PM, Marilyn Cade <marilynscade at hotmail.com
> <mailto:marilynscade at hotmail.com>> wrote:
> Ginger, as this is a very new WG, perhaps instead we can encourage
> individual comments, and then later ask the WG to consider.
>
> I support the need to have the issues that you raise, but taking time to
> generate consensus, when this is a very new WG, might be a delay, given the
> July 1 deadline.
>
> Just a thought. for instance. anyone who submits could then resubmit to
> this WG, for further discussion
>  but not miss deadline for comment.
>
> M
>
> ________________________________
> From: virginiap at diplomacy.edu<mailto:virginiap at diplomacy.edu>
> Date: Fri, 24 Jun 2016 09:31:27 -0500
> To: solugbile at gmail.com<mailto:solugbile at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [IGFmaglist] [Wgco] LET'S DISCUSS & MOVE FORWARD...
> CC: wgco at intgovforum.org<mailto:wgco at intgovforum.org>;
> Igfmaglist at intgovforum.org<mailto:Igfmaglist at intgovforum.org>
>
> Thanks, Segun, I'm ready to move forward on this.
>
> 1. I think non-MAG members are normally allowed/invited to join WG, and
> that this is important for transparency and inclusion of a wider community.
>
> 2. I am thinking of personally submitting input to the upcoming retreat,
> about the need for greater inclusion and outreach for my constant concerns
> of online participation, youth and persons with disabilities. What do
> people here think about the WG submitting input to the retreat? Is it too
> short a time frame to discuss?
>
> Thanks! Ginger
>
>
>
> Virginia Paque
> DiploFoundation
>
> Upcoming online courses: Humanitarian Diplomacy, 21st Century Diplomacy,
> Diplomatic Law: Privileges and Immunities, Internet Technology and Policy:
> Challenges and Solutions, Multilateral Diplomacy.
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> >
>
> On Fri, Jun 24, 2016 at 7:55 AM, Olusegun H. Olugbile <solugbile at gmail.com
> <mailto:solugbile at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Dear Everyone,
>
>
> Thanks for joining the WG. I believe together we can make best use of our
> collective potentials to move this WG forward such that will impact IGF
> 2016 positively.
>
>
>
> I think it is important we start discussion and agree on the following
> items (PLEASE BE FREE TO ADD MORE);
>
>
>
>       i.         Terms of reference for the WG.
>
>      ii.         Inclusion of non-MAG members to the group
>
>    iii.         Development of work plan, identify and prioritize work
> areas, and then assign roles within timeline.
>
> I want to suggest we have a virtual meeting of the group before the end
> of  next week  or at least before the next MAG meeting to discuss these
> items on the list.
>
>
>
> If we all agree, I'll send Doodle poll to set the most popular date.
>
>
>
> Please note, the objectives and scope of work of the WG may be further
> expanded based on the contributions and comments made by the MAG members
> during the last virtual meeting. But to be focused and dynamic.
>
>
>
> Please let's have your contributions.
>
>
>
> I've reattached the approved document again for your consideration.
>
>
>
> Best Regards
>
>
>
> Segun O.
>
> ____________________________________________________________
> President, Global Network for Cybersolution - GNC  (www.gncafrica.org<
> http://www.gncafrica.org>)
> CEO Continental Project Affairs Associates (CPAA) www.cpaa.com.ng<
> http://www.cpaa.com.ng>
> Member, National Cybercrime Advisory Council, Presidency (www.cert.gov.ng<
> http://www.cert.gov.ng>)
> Member, IGF Multi-stakeholders Advisory Group to UN Sec. Gen. (
> www.intgovforum.org<http://www.intgovforum.org/>)
> Member, Nigeria IGF Multi Stakeholders Advisory Group (www.nigf.org.ng<
> http://www.nigf.org.ng/>)
> Member, African ICT Alliance (www.aficta.org<http://www.aficta.org/>)
> Convener, Open Government Partnership Nigeria (www.ogpnigeria.org<
> http://www.ogpnigeria.org>)
>
>
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