In this interview, Celia Lerman, professor and researcher of Intellectual Property at the Universidad Torcuato Di Tella law school, discusses her path to internet governance work and her recent publication on internet policy in Latin America. Lerman reflects on the crucial role of multistakeholderism in the movement for open democracy and the broader issues facing the implementation of a successful model of internet governance. Click here to read the full publication.
The Selected Curation of Articles on Net-governance (the SCAN) is a weekly digest on internet governance news, reports, and events produced by the Governance Lab @NYU (the GovLab) as part of the GovLab’s Living Labs on Smarter Governance project. The SCAN is cross-posted weekly from the GovLab on the Internet Policy Observatory. The original posting of the GovLab SCAN- Issue 79, June 12, 2015 can be found here.
Annenberg School for Communication PhD student Katerina Girginova discusses the origin and usage of the term multistakeholderism, as well as how the term could be reclaimed.
During this 10-day program, participants will learn the most recent advances in communication and proven techniques in reform implementation.
This new report in the UNESCO Internet freedom series focuses on the rise of internet intermediaries that play a mediating role on the internet between authors of content and audience. This UNESCO project was completed as a joint initiative with the Open Society Foundations, the Internet Society, and Center for Global Communication Studies. The original post can be found here.