Access and Diversity
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(No.102) Spectrum for Democracy and Development Accepted
(No.105) Internet Regulation for Improved Access in Emerging Markets Accepted
(No.126) EURid/UNESCO World Report on IDN Deployment 2012 – opportunities and challenges associated with IDNs and online multilingualism Accepted
(No.127) The Benefits of Using Advanced Mobile Technologies and Global Spectrum Harmonization Accepted
(No.129) The Sustainable Benefits of Inclusion on the Internet Accepted
(No.130) Digital Inclusion and Public Access to the Internet: What Policymakers Need and how Libraries and Other Community Services can Deliver Accepted
(No.133) Local Content Production and Dissemination as a Driver of Access Accepted
(No.143) Measuring the economic and social impact of the Internet to inform policymaking Accepted
(No.157) Is access to the Internet a human right? Accepted
(No.168) Capacity building Initiatives for better economic and social inclusion of vulnerable people in the Information society Accepted
(No.191) The influence of politics over internet users' access and diversity Accepted
(No.203) Information Ethics and Internet Governance - Identity, design, preservation and data Accepted
(No.40) Mobile is changing the world - challenges and opportunities are paralleled for the enterprises Accepted
(No.52) Remote participation: Reality and principles Accepted
(No.57) Broadband Access and Consumer Rights Accepted
(No.70) Use of Latin and Native Languages on the Internet Accepted
(No.82) Measures and Practices for Promoting Open Knowledge Environment (OKE) in Developing Countries Accepted
(No.86) Solutions for enabling cross-border data flows Accepted
(No: 91) Technology, Economic and Societal Opportunities and Women Accepted
(No.147) MOBILE LAW AND INTERNET GOVERNANCE Rejected
(No.151) MOBILE INTERNET AND THE RULE OF LAW AND GOVERNANCE ON THE INTERNET Rejected
(No.165) BLOCKING, FILTERING, NATIONAL LEGAL FRAMEWORKS AND ACCESS? MYTHS AND REALITIES Rejected
(No.28) ICTs for Employability Rejected
(No.79) Mobile’s role in delivering economic and social good while respecting privacy Withdrawn
(No.95) How the internet can empower women at different stages of their life Withdrawn
Emerging Issues
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(No.112) Evaluating Internet Freedom Initiatives: What works? Accepted
(No.115) Media pluralism and freedom of expression in the Internet age Accepted
(No.131) Rethinking copyright: can we develop a set of common principles? Accepted
(No.134) HUMAN RIGHTS ON THE INTERNET: LEGAL FRAMES AND TECHNOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS Accepted
(No.137) How do we ensure the future of creative content online? Accepted
(No.138) Internet and human rights: shared values for sound policies. Accepted
(No.146) Intellectual property rights and the freedom to share: are the two compatible? Accepted
(No.164) The evolving Internet ecosystem: A two-sided market? Accepted
(No.169) Internet Policy Infrastructure for Sustainable Internet Development: Lessons from Attempts at IP Enforcement Accepted
(No.174) Online Dispute Resolution: Justice on the Net Accepted
(No.187) Society before and after the Internet and digital media Accepted
(No.189) Open Government Data for citizens, by citizens, about citizens? Accepted
(No.34) Standards for Sustainable Digital Culture Accepted
(No.92) The role of Internet-based services for the Disaster Communications Accepted
(No.93) Around the ccTLDs world: The journey continues Accepted
(No.98) A Plan for Rights-Respecting Telecoms Accepted
(No.148) INTERMEDIARIES ON THE INTERNET - INSTRUMENTS OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OR CRUSADERS OF FREEDOM AND PRIVACY? Rejected
(No.196) HYBRID TV OR CONNECTED TV: WHICH IMPACT ON THE EXISTING MODELS OF RULES FOR MEDIA? Withdrawn
Internet Governance for Development [IG4D]
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(No.117) Best Common Practices for Building Internet Capacity Accepted
(No.119) Defining the Successful Factors of Different Models for Youth Participation in Internet Governance Accepted
(No.120) How to engage users on Internet Policies? Accepted
(No.122) New gTLDs: Implications and Potential for Community Engagement, advocacy and Development Accepted
(No.142) Inclusive innovation for development: The contribution of the Internet and related ICTs Accepted
(No.150) The Multi-Stakeholder Model and the Evolving gTLD Space Accepted
(No.152) What does it take?: Mechanisms to ensure transparency and accountability in internet governance negotiations [working title] Accepted
(No.167) Understanding multistakeholderism and IG capacity building in quasi-democratic or authoritarian countries Accepted
(No.170) Developing a National/Regional Framework of Principles for Internet Governance Accepted
(No.186) Internet Governance in a Sustainable World Accepted
(No.61) New gTLD program: an opportunity for development or a mean for more digital divide? Accepted
(No.68) Multi-stakeholder Internet Public Policy: Toolkit for internet public policy practitioners Accepted
(No.69) Teaching Internet Governance in developing countries Accepted
(No.80) STEADY STEPS.....FOSS AND THE MDG's Accepted
(No.81) Internet Governance and Sustainable Development: The Case of Small Island Developing States Accepted
(No.158) INTERNET GOVERNANCE POLICY, LEGAL AND REGULATORY APPROACHES - WHAT DIRECTIONS SHOULD THEY TAKE IN THIS DECADE? Rejected
(No.160) CYBERLAW AND ITS ROLE IN INTERNET GOVERNANCE Rejected
(No.182) Innovator Roundtable: An Intergenerational Dialog with Internet Entrepreneurs Rejected
(No.166) The Impact of the Internet on Sustainable Social and Economic Development Withdrawn
Managing Critical Internet Resources
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(No.100) Internet Governance and RPKI Accepted
(No.113) DNSSEC for ccTLDs: Securing National Domains Accepted
(No.123) Human Rights, Internet Policy and the Public Policy Role of ICANN Accepted
(No.140) The International Telecommunication Regulations and Internet Governance: Multistakeholder Perspectives Accepted
(No.159) Strategies for expanding IXPs and other Internet/cloud infrastructure Accepted
(No.194) Localization of Data and its Implications for Economic Development Accepted
(No.76) What is the best response to IPv4 scarcity? Exploring a global transfer market for IPv4 addresses Accepted
(No.87) Cross border cooperation in incidents involving (Internet) Critical Infrastructure Accepted
(No.99) Moving to IPv6: Challenges for Internet Governance Accepted
(No.144) Deploying IPv6 in Public Administrations: Issues and Best Practices Rejected
(No.192) Disaster Resiliency and Continuity of Internet Operations Rejected
Security, Openness and Privacy
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(No.110) Freedom of expression and freedom from hate on-line (Young People Combating Hate Speech On-line) Accepted
(No.111) Protecting the rule of law in the online environment Accepted
(No.116) An industry lead approach for making internet a better place for kids Accepted
(No.118) Law Enforcement via Domain Names: Caveats to DNS Neutrality Accepted
(No.125) Innovative application of ICTs to facilitate child protection online Accepted
(No.128) Empowering Internet Users – which tools? Accepted
(No.136) Free cross-border flow of Internet traffic Accepted
(No.149) Freedom of Expression Online: Key Challenges and Best Practices Accepted
(No.161) Operationalizing cybersecurity nationally and trans-nationally Accepted
(No.163) Governing identity on the Internet Accepted
(No.172) Cloudy Jurisdiction: Addressing the thirst for Cloud Data in Domestic Legeal Processes Accepted
(No.173) Cybersecurity that achieves privacy and civil liberties Accepted
(No.180) Blocking and Filtering Internet DNS Content Accepted
(No.181) Who is following me : tracking the trackers Accepted
(No.185) Criminal law and the free and open Internet: tensions and ways forward in democratic societies Accepted
(No.188) Growing up and living in a society with censorship – challenges and lessons Accepted
(No.195) Citizenship in the digital era - meeting the challenges, empowering children Accepted
(No.50) Aspects of Identity Accepted
(No.59) Internet Privacy and Freedom of Expression: UNESCO launches a global survey on legal frameworks Accepted
(No.62) Digital Citizenship: Can It Translate in the Face of Language. Cultural & Economic Differences? Accepted
(No.77) Conflict in the Cloud - Policy Challenges for Stakeholders & Practical Solutions for Sustainable Economic Growth Accepted
(No.78) Internet Governance of Open Government Data and for Sustainable Development Accepted
(No.84) How can cooperation and multi-stakeholder collaboration impact the global fight against cybercrime and improve cyber security? Accepted
(No.88) Online Child Protection Toolkits: Preventing and Prosecuting offenses related to Child Pornography Accepted
(No.89) Civil rights in the digital age, about the impact the Internet has on civil rights Accepted
(No.90) iFreedom and cyber security in the balance Accepted
(No.94) Social media, young people and freedom of expression Accepted
(No.96) The Internet of Humans: Online Human Behaviour and IG Policy Impacts Accepted
(No.97) Concepts of acceptable behaviour to protect and enhance trust Accepted
(No.153) CYBER SECURITY VERSUS PRIVACY - HOW TO BALANCE BOTH FOR FURTHERING INTERNET GOVERNANCE IN THE DIGITAL/MOBILE ECOSYSTEM? Rejected
(No.155) LEGAL ISSUES OF CLOUD COMPUTING- IMPACT UPON INTERNET GOVERNANCE. Rejected
(No.162) DEVELOPING COUNTRIES’ CCTLDS, SPAM AND ITS IMPACT ON INTERNET SECURITY AND GOVERNANCE? Rejected
(No.204) Best IXP Internet Governance practices: how to handle the increasing governance task without harming human rights Rejected
(No.109) National Cyber-Defense and Critical Infrastructure Protection Withdrawn
(No.121) Protecting you and your rights: Article 15 of the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime Withdrawn
(No.132) Power grab? Understanding the clash of security communities. Withdrawn
(No.139) To Protect and Respect: The Intersection of Public and Private Sector Responsibilities for Human Rights in the ICT Sector Withdrawn
(No.179) Segregation in Internet Communications and Online Social Networking: Causes, Consequences, and Potential Solutions Withdrawn
(No.83) Exploring the IG dimensions of Open Government Data Policy: supporting development, promoting freedom, promoting development Withdrawn
Taking Stock and the Way Forward
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(No.141) New Trends in Industry Self-Governance Accepted
(No.145) Threats to multi-stakeholder internet governance – is it worth protecting? Accepted
(No.154) Internet & Jurisdiction: What frameworks for cross-border online communities and services? Accepted
(No.171) What is the Geography of Cyberspace? Accepted
(No.175) Regional and Country-level IGFs: What's at stake and who's involved? Accepted
(No.85) Quo Vadis IGF – or Evolution of IGF Accepted
Other
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(No.106) Understanding Internet Infrastructure: an Overview of Technology and Terminology Accepted
(No.176) National IG Mechanisms – Looking at Some Key Design Issues Accepted
Other Events
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5 years EuroDIG Accepted
Africa Internet Governance Forum Accepted
Arab IGF Accepted
Broadband Measurement and Metrics for a Sustainable Internet Accepted
Human Rights Roundtable Accepted