Call for issues for consideration during the South Sudan Internet Governance Forum to be held on 28 March 2020. Juba, South Sudan.
Submit your topic to be considered for the upcoming IGF, taking place on 28 March 2020, Juba, South Sudan
The South Sudan Internet Governance Forum is a multi-stakeholder forum for public policy dialogue on issues of Internet Governance in South Sudan. It brings together all stakeholders in the Internet governance debate, those representing governments, private sector, civil society, technical community and academic community, on an equal basis and through an open and inclusive process.
The objectives of SS-IGF can be summarized as follows:
-To advance Internet Governance issues in South Sudan through a multi-stakeholder framework as well as facilitating -partnerships and coalitions that deliver coordinated domestic responses, initiatives, and synergies that best promote and -protect the nation’s position on the internet ecosystem.
-To increase awareness and build capacity on Internet Governance issues in South Sudan so as to ensure informed dialogue on policy and related matters between all stakeholders;
-To establish a coordinated and coherent framework for dealing with Internet Governance issues in South Sudan;
-To facilitate the participation of a broad range of stakeholders in Internet Governance issue; and
-To ensure South Sudan’s views are represented in the African Internet Governance Forum (AfIGF), ICANN and Global IGF fora.
Which stakeholder groups do you belong to
Topic/Issue (Please describe the topic or issue you would like us to discuss )
Choose up to four (4) topics that you wish to be discussed at the SS IGF:
You can choose 4 different topics/issues which you think are relevant to the Internet Governance Discussion in South Sudan at this 2020 IGF conference.
Internet Access and Connectivity
Online Media Content Regulation, Privacy and Ethics
Community Networks (Universal Access)
The State of Internet Governance and Digital Cooperation in South Sudan
Data Governance (privacy, data localisation, big data)
Emerging Technologies (role for development, concerns)
The above topics options are the most generally discussed issues of Internet Governance globally and regionally. The South Sudan IGF Organizing Committee believes that these broad clusters are very relevant to the discussion in the upcoming SS IGF, the final topics will be the top 4 (four) voted for topics from the above list. However, to be more inclusive you can still comment and add any suggestion down below. You can use this space to be specific and submit issues you wish to discuss.
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