(No.158) INTERNET GOVERNANCE POLICY, LEGAL AND REGULATORY APPROACHES - WHAT DIRECTIONS SHOULD THEY TAKE IN THIS DECADE?
The proposed workshop would look at the existing legal policy and regulatory approaches being adopted in the context of Internet governance and their efficacy. What are the various challenges being raised by such policy legal and regulatory approaches being used in the context of Internet governance?The proposed workshop would further look at what future directions can Internet governance policy, regulatory and approaches take in the present decade.What kind of opportunities can be provided to stakeholders from developing countries in the context of Internet Governance policy, legal and regulatory approaches? How can Internet Governance policy, legal regulatory approaches increasingly ensure increasing participation by youth in Internet governance from least developing countries? How can women of least developing countries be made an integral part of the Internet Governance process? How can other stakeholders be made equally involved in Internet Governance? What does the future hold for Internet Governance legal, policy and regulatory issues? Is there a need for changing the existing perspectives on Internet Governance? What further elements are required to be incorporated in existing legal, policy and regulatory strategies in Internet Governance so that they can become more effective and relevant in the coming times? These and other related issues would be sought to be covered in the proposed workshop
Yes,the President of Cyberlaws.Net, Mr. Pavan Duggal has organized various workshops and addresses various workshops including IGF held at Athens, Rio De Janerio, Hyderabad and Sharm-El-Sheikh.
Ayesha Hasan, ICCPaul Wilson, APNICIndranil Banerjee, UNESCO, ParisKhalid Fattal ,MINCPavan Duggal, President, Cyberlaws. NetProf Abu Bakar, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia