Sad End of Prepcom 3
Archive for September, 2005
Sad End of Prepcom 3
Ce vendredi est le dernier jour de la conférence préparatoire au somment de Tunis de Novembre. Il apparaît qu’il n’existe pas encore de consensus fort dans les deux sous comités mis en place pour élaborer les textes sur la Gouvernance de l’Internet. Pour le sous comité A (Gouvernance de l’Internet) les propositions du Groupe Africain [...]
“…y sin embargo, se mueve” A dos dias de terminar la reunion preparatoria para la Cubre de Tunez, me siento con la calidad de afirmar el enorme valor de lo que ha estado ocurriendo en Ginebra, en las dos ultimas semanas, para el proceso en la evolucion del ser humano. Observar la interrelacion de personas [...]
So in all human affairs one notices, if one examines them closely, that it is impossible to remove one inconvenience without another emerging…. Hence in all discussions one should consider which alternative involves fewer inconveniences and should adopt this as the better course; for one never finds any issue that is clear cut and not [...]
ISOC has submitted comments on the Chair’s Internet Governance paper. WSIS has also published a compilation of all comments received between the publication of the paper on 23 September and 26 September. The complete text of all the individual contributions received is also available.
china cracks down on bloggers
ISOC’s comments made at this morning’s plenary session of WSIS PrepCom-3 Sub-committee A are available here in PDF, Doc and text formats.
Today in Africa Gov’t Caucus
Chair Ambassador Khan desired to make the working groups today but there were concerns from the delegations that the Chair’s Paper has not been translated, was made available to them today so they did not have a chance to analyse and consult. So it was decided to delay the making of the groups till Monday [...]
Thank you for aggreeing on the participation of CS, NGO’s and Private sector. Such participation is in line with present accepted wisedom on all stackholders participation. You will find your new interlocutors invaluable in developping new options, and in solving the dilemmas caused by polarizations in ideas and camps.