I am busy now to close some phases of our project to build more 10 CNs here, but, I will
read the links and try to help. I remember writing something to IGF to the Connecting Next
) and beginning to write a proposal to make a round table or something like that to IGF
2015, but, I will try in time and come back here again.
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de Ritu Srivastava
Enviada em: terça-feira, 10 de maio de 2016 03:15
Para: Dynamic Coalition on Community Connectivity
Assunto: Re: [DC3] IGF opportunities Workshop + BPF
Many thanks for sharing this info.
I am quite interested to have best practices Forum (BPF) on community connectivity. It
would be interesting to join on this.
On Tue, May 10, 2016 at 4:24 AM, Luca Belli <luca.belli(a)fgv.br> wrote:
Just a reminder that the deadline for IGF workshop proposals is 6 June.
I think we could propose a workshop to foster debate on community connectivity,
hopefully involving local partners. Is anyone interested in the elaboration of a joint
Besides workshop proposals, please note that it is also possible to propose the creation
of a Best Practice Forum (BPF) on community connectivity. The purpose of BPF is to
consolidate good practices on specific issues.
Calros Afonso, from Nupef, suggested the possibility to establish a BPF on community
connectivity. Such option could be good to have further visibility at the IGF (we would
have a BPF session to discuss CN best practices) but may also entail some duplications,
such as the creation of another mailing-list (unless the IGF Secretariat allows us the DC3
mailing list) and the existence of two IGF components (a dynamic coalition and a BPF)
dealing with the same issue.
What do you think about the idea of a BPF?
Is there anyone interested in proposing a BPF on community connectivity?
FGV Direito Rio
Luca Belli, PhD
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