16/02/2017 § Deixe um comentário
The Internet Freedom Festival
Joining Forces to Fight Censorship and Surveillance
The Global Unconference of the Internet Freedom Communities
6 – 10 March, 2017
Audiences: Software Developers, Digital Security Trainers, Communications Professionals, Digital Rights Activists, Journalists and Media, Designers
List of sessions
Internet Policy meetup
8mar wed 14:30
Networking and outreach event bringing together folks from NCUC, NPOC, NCSG at the event and everyone else interested in internet policymaking. Co-proposers David Cake, Nadira Alaraj, Walid Al-Saqaf, Bonface Shaquile Witaba, Poncelet Ileleji, Szeming, Grace Mutungu, Bruna Martins (candidate member)
Internet policymaking for civil society in ICANN
Wednesday 8Mar 3:45pm – 4:45pm Room Flyover Front
Blockchain ISOC SIG meetup
Wednesday 8Mar 5pm – 6pm Room Flyover Front
Gender Issues and Connecting the next billion
Wednesday 8Mar 6:15pm – 7:15pm Room Flyover Front
International Women’s Day at IFF
Grassroots gender activism in underprivileged areas: building education and awareness and fostering actions
9mar thu 17:00-18:00 Visual Room
Renata Aquino Ribeiro and Bruna Martins
Collaborative security: From Training to Empowerment
Renata Aquino Ribeiro, Mohammad Tarakiyee, Natasha, Amarela, Sarah Aoun, Wafa Ben Hassine
IFF Venue: Las Naves
Calle de Juan Verdeguer 16,
46024 – Valencia (Spain)
16/02/2017 § Deixe um comentário
IGF 2017 First Open Consultations and MAG Meeting
Wednesday, 1 March, 2017 – 10:00 to Friday, 3 March, 2017 – 18:00
The first Open Consultations and MAG meeting of the IGF 2017 preparatory cycle will take place from 1-3 March at the United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG).
The main purpose of the 3-day meeting is to take stock of the IGF 2016 meeting and intersessional processes, as well as take forward discussions on the programme and structure of the IGF 2017 meeting and other ongoing IGF activities.
All interested stakeholders are invited to join and participate in the meetings. Online participation will be available for those unable to join physically in Geneva.
Meeting details including how to participate online will be made available here in the coming days.
Registration is open!
You will need to login with your IGF user profile in order to register. If you do not have a profile yet, please create one: it will allow registrations, proposal submissions, commenting, setting site preferences and more.
28/12/2016 § Deixe um comentário
http://www.redalyc.org/autor.oa?id=12541 vía @redalyc
23/12/2016 § Deixe um comentário
For ICANN, 2016 had been a remarkable year so far. IANA Transition completed, new CEO, major changes which happened in such a coordinate and tranquil way that the community could only thrive as maximum as possible. This was also the year where I had my first fellowship coach experience. This report is an attempt to give a snapshot of this amazing moment and also indicate some pathways for those who aim to learn, work and interact with the DNS marketplace, the internet governance area and, broadening even more perspective, the digital economy in itself.
Being a coach is a privilege but also a huge responsibility. ICANN opens its doors to varied community of professionals from different stakeholder groups. These professionals will have a chance to get to know, collaborate and even critique spaces such as SOs (Supporting Organizations), ACs (Advisory Councils). Among the parts of these spaces they’ll navigate in, CCWGs (Cross Community Working Groups), thematic workspaces which provide a deep dive into themes related to a more broader spectrum of IG such as privacy, corporate accountability, human rights and much more.
The fellowship coach is assigned a team of fellows, professionals who are invited by ICANN to get the know the community. Both coach and fellows are given travel support but the amount of time and the depth of investment in work put out to impart knowledge is the major trade-off here. Going to an ICANN meeting is about getting knowledge in bulk which compares to a PhD research or to a decade of work in a tech company. The overwhelming amount of info available is catalyzed by coach, with an incredible support system from the fellowship framework of colleagues, coordinators, community leaders contribution, staff and so on. There are many unsung heroes behind fellowship and coaching and getting all their voices is the way I’m going to try and remember my own journey. So I’m going to do this as a reminder of a few actions and hints which I though were invaluable.
1) Design of the fellowship program – Sessions
It is great that the program has the fellowship sessions, an introductory overview, as greatly designed by Janice Douma Lange. Many 1st time fellows are lured to other spaces but both coach and fellows have to be strong and recommend attendance in those, as they are immensely valuable.
2) Coaching experience – a collective support
The coaching program is aimed at facilitating the exchange of experiences between fellows who already have done the program with new fellows, the mentees. After the team of mentees is assigned, coaches also exchange experiences among themselves on how to best mentor them. Siranush Vardanyan, fellowship coordinator, orchestrated perfectly the group of coaches to share experiences and build collectively guiding documents, which were extremely helpful.
3) Before, during and after meeting – All jotted down in the calendar
There is a calendar of expected deliverables and actions to be done during the fellowship program. This can be adapted by team and coaches but having had it all jotted down in the calendar helped our team get moving. We established a few previous online meetings to ICANN57 and had staff support to try and schedule others during meeting attendance. This helped greatly to anticipate what mentees would need and how could they build their way on ICANN57.
4) The J in team JPL – James Bidal, fellow from South Sudan
As a mentee from a newly formed country, James Bidal had a huge task ahead of him: to bring in to his region views of internet governance which could engage the population. He did it so calmly and bravely, learning about spaces where civil society could interact within ICANN, such as At-Large, NCSG and NCUC. He participated in outreach sessions and got a panorama of the topics. In ccTLD debates, he put forward the need for a .SS domain for this new nation, referencing ICANNWiki entry on that (https://icannwiki.com/.SS). I believe James Bidal can only have more conquests from continuing to engage in ICANN and I hope he continues in he regional meetings such as ICANN60 in Johannesburg.
5) The P in team JPL – Monica Gastelú Pilar Céspedes, fellow from Bolivia
Monica Pilar came to the fellowship program with many experiences from her home country in the intersection of civil society and governments. She build herself a varied agenda in ICANN57 with attendance to civil society spaces and observed a little the work of the GAC. A multilingual and multicultural internet is one of her fights and she made that clear bringing the LAC perspective in ICANN debates. Pilar also was careful to observe the intersection of the domain names industry with the growth of internet in Global South and felt motivated to continue engaging in internet governance themes and to enhance Bolivia presence in these debates.
6) The L in team JPL – Lucas Moura, from Brazil
To differentiate between wisdom and experience can be tough to a new fellow, especially when they already have done other projects in internet governance. It wasn’t so for Lucas Moura. After successfully completing the NextGen program, Lucas became a fellow and had the wisdom to differentiate himself among other newcomers in ICANN building long-lasting, sustainable paths for engagement. He did face to face side meetings with community leaders in civil society and security areas, showed openness and interest in their advice and planned further works on it. A long term work in the domain names industry depends on learning from experience and Lucas really put himself out there for this, which was very interesting to see happening.
Conclusion: Seek and succeed to do it all over again, continuouly
So to sum up my first coaching experience in ICANN, I can only think of one phrase: seek and succeed to do it all over again, continuosly. ICANN presents a world of knowledge and the domain names industry is increasingly in need of inventiveness and boldness. So I plan to apply again to be a coach and I’m certainly I’ll learn much more and find the paths which can keep me and other fellows engaged, doing policy work and helping build this great community. I’m thankful and humbled to be able to always learn.
28/11/2016 § Deixe um comentário
Check out some #IGF2016 activities where you’ll find me onsite or remote.
Don’t forget to participate remotely registering here
Pre-IGF – Day -1 – 4dec
Joint Civil Society Meeting
Regional Engagement in internet governance in LAC and developing countries
Roles: organizer and speaker
Tuesday, December 6 – 09:00 – 09:30
WS169: Regional Participation in Brazil: Growing Initiatives
Role: regional assistent to organizers
Tuesday, December 6 – 09:00 – 10:00
WS250: How to make remote participation sustainable?
Role: break-out discussion facilitator
Tuesday, December 6 • 12:00 – 13:30
Teaching Internet Governance – experiences from 10 years of SIGs
Role: remote moderator
Tuesday, December 6 – 15:00 – 16:00
Setting the Scene: Orientation
Wednesday, December 7 – 10:15 – 11:45
BPF-Gender & Access
Wednesday, December 7 – 11:00
Thursday, December 8 – 13:30 – 14:15
IGF Newcomers Track: The role of Civil Society within the IGF: work modalities and ways for engagement
Thursday, December 8 – 15:00 – 16:30
WS127: Doxxing women: privacy protections against gender violence
Role: regional assistent to organizers
Thursday, December 8 – 15:00 – 16:30
WS99: Multicultural and multistakeholder Capacity Building
Thursday, December 8 – 16:30 – 18:00
Main Session – Trade Agreements and the Internet
Friday, December 9 – 09:00 – 10:30
WS97: How to create relevant Internet Governance Content
Friday, December 9 • 10:00 – 11:30
IGF Best Practice Forums (BPFs) and Policy Options for Connecting the Next Billion(s)
Role: speaker BPF Gender and Acccess
19/09/2016 § Deixe um comentário
A Associação Brasileira de Educação a Distância (@Abed_Brasil) realiza, nos dias 19 a 23 de setembro, a 22ª edição do Congresso Nacional de Educação a Distância (#22Ciaed), na cidade de Águas de Lindóia, em São Paulo.
O evento é voltado para profissionais da Ead que queiram se debruçar sobre o tema: O contínuo desafio de aumentar a qualidade da Ead.
No dia 21 de setembro, acontece um debate sobre pesquisas e práticas em educação online.
Confira os detalhes:
Salão Ágata – Mesa Redonda – 21set16
15:30 / 17:30 – MR 16
PESQUISAS E PRÁTICAS EM EDUCAÇÃO: A FORMAÇÃO DE PROFESSORES E PESQUISADORES EM AMBIENTES
ADRIANA APARECIDA DE LIMA TERÇARIOL – UNOESTE / UNINOVE
RENATA AQUINO – E. I.
GILMAR LUIS MAZURKIEVICZ – UNC
NURIA PONS – UFPR
COORDENAÇÃO: MÔNICA MANDAJI – UNIP / INSTITUTO CRESCER
AO SE PENSAR EM PROCESSOS EDUCACIONAIS NO SÉCULO XXI, NÃO HÁ COMO DISSOCIAR O USO DAS TECNOLOGIAS COMO POSSIBILIDADE DE DESENVOLVIMENTO DE EXPERIÊNCIAS INOVADORAS EM PROCESSOS DE ENSINO E APRENDIZAGEM. É INEGÁVEL TAMBÉM O FATO, DE QUE AS INSTITUIÇÕES DE ENSINO PASSARAM A UTILIZAR AMBIENTES VIRTUAIS COMO ESPAÇO PARA DESENVOLVIMENTO DE PRÁTICAS E TAMBÉM DE PESQUISA DO FAZER DOCENTE. TAIS AMBIENTES EXISTEM PARA FACILITAR OU PROMOVER A APRENDIZAGEM E PODEM SER DESENVOLVIDOS, POR MEIO DO USO COMBINADO DE DIVERSAS FERRAMENTAS QUE HOJE SE SOMAM ÀS REDES SOCIAIS E CIENTÍFICAS. DIANTE DESTES ELEMENTOS É FUNDAMENTAL PERCEBER QUE “A FORMAÇÃO DE PROFESSORES E PESQUISADORES EM AMBIENTES VIRTUAIS DE APRENDIZAGEM” É UMA BRICOLAGEM NA QUAL SÃO ESTABELECIDAS RELAÇÕES QUE COMPREENDEM UM PROCESSO DE RECONSTRUÇÃO, POR MEIO DE VÁRIOS DIÁLOGOS, ENTRE ELES DO PARTICIPE COM ELE MESMO, COM O PROFESSOR MEDIADOR, COM A TECNOLOGIA, COM OS CONHECIMENTOS E EXPERIÊNCIAS PRÉVIAS, ENTRE OUTROS. NESSE SENTIDO, É FUNDAMENTAL REFLETIR SOBRE A NECESSIDADE DE ENTENDER OS AMBIENTES VIRTUAIS DE FORMAÇÃO NÃO COMO UMA PLATAFORMA ESTÁTICA DE DISPOSIÇÃO DE CONTEÚDO OU DE ESTABELECIMENTO DE RELAÇÕES VAZIAS, MAS COMO UM ESPAÇO NO QUAL O PROFESSOR POSSA RELATAR E REFLETIR SOBRE SUAS EXPERIÊNCIAS PROFISSIONAIS E PESSOAIS.
Site do evento
27/07/2016 § Deixe um comentário
This 29th July 2016 you’ll have the opportunity to participate on sessions talking about BPF Gender and Access of #IGF2016 both onsite and online.
Session on Gender and Access with Jac Sm Kee
29 July, (Friday), 9.00-10.30am (Taiwan time, UTC +8.00)
Remote participation link: http://connect.iportal.tw/aprigf402ab/
More about APrIGF: https://2016.aprigf.asia/program/agenda/
More about the session:
Other times: 7pm in Costa Rica #LACIGF9; 10pm in Brazil; 1am GMT
29th July (Friday), 09:00 – 10:30 (Costa Rica GMT-6)
Sesión 7 – Los desafíos persistentes y emergentes para el acceso a Internet – Conectando el próximo Billón con Renata Aquino Ribeiro
Remote participation link:
More about #LACIGF9:
More about the session
Other times: 23pm Taiwan
More about BPF Gender and Access
Complete the BPF’s survey, aimed at mapping existing initiatives and research in the field of gender and meaningful Internet access.
Join an in-person or virtual webinar, hosted at various national and regional IGF meetings.
To learn more about the webinars and other ongoing work, join the BPF’s mailing list.