Date: Monday Oct 28th, 8.30am-10am
Venue: Olswang Asia – Ocean Financial Centre, 10 Collyer Quay, #05-01, Singapore
IIC Singapore, in cooperation with TRPC, Microsoft and Olswang, is organizing a high-level breakfast debrief to follow this year’s IGF in Bali.
Representatives from ICANN, Microsoft, TRPC and academia (NTU) will present a review and their perspectives on the developments taking place in Internet governance and its impact upon the Asia Pacific region.
On behalf of IIC Singapore, TRPC invites you to participate in the conversation on Oct 28, 2013, 8.30am-10am. This session will follow Chatham House rules. As seating will be limited for this session please RSVP at your earliest convenience.
About IGF Bali
The IGF is a multi-stakeholder dialogue on the issues and policies of Internet governance. The forums bring together stakeholders in the Internet governance debate, including government representatives, the private sector, civil society organizations, and the technical and academic communities, on an equal basis and through an open and inclusive process. The establishment of the IGF was formally announced by the United Nations Secretary-General in July 2006. The IGF was first convened in October–November 2006 and has been held annually since then.
The eighth annual Meeting of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF), which will be hosted by the Government of Indonesia in Bali from 22 to 25 October 2013. The overall theme of the IGF 2013 will be ‘Building Bridges – Enhancing Multi-Stakeholder Cooperation for Growth and Sustainable Development.’ The sub-themes for the eighth IGF are as follows (https://www.intgovforum.org):
- Access and Diversity – Internet as an engine for growth and sustainable development
- Openness – Human rights, freedom of expression and free flow of information on the Internet
- Security – Legal and other frameworks: spam, hacking and cyber-crime
- Enhanced cooperation
- Principles of multi-stakeholder cooperation
- Internet governance principles
The panelists include:
- Sally Costerton, Senior Advisor to the President – Global Stakeholder Engagement, Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)
- Paul Mitchell, General Manager – Technology Policy Group, Microsoft
- Lim May-Ann, for the Asia Internet Coalition (AIC); Research Director, TRPC
- Ang Peng Hwa, Vice-President of the Internet Society (Singapore Chapter); Director of the Singapore Internet Research Centre; Professor of Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at Nanyang Technological University
Download the event flyer: IIC Singapore Forum: Post-IGF Bali