The Working Group on Internet Governance (IG) has defined Internet governance as “the development and application by governments, the private sector and civil society, in their respective roles, of shared principles, norms, rules, decision-making procedures, and programs that shape the evolution and use of the Internet”.
In this forum, Internet governance will be explained and the views of various stakeholders will be presented.
|Welcome and introductions
|Dr. Patrick Hosein, Chair of the Computer and Communications Society of the TT IEEE Section
|A Civil Society perspective of Internet Governance
|Ms. Cintra Sooknanan, Chair of the TT Chapter of the Internet Society (ISOC)
|A Government perspective of Internet Governance
|Mr. Tracy Hackshaw, Vice Chair, Governmental Advisory Committee, ICANN
|The Multi-Stakeholder Model with examples
|Ms. Jacqueline Morris, Member of the TTNIC Multi-Stakeholder Advisory Group
|ICANN activities in the Caribbean Region
|Albert Daniels, ICANN Global Stakeholder Engagement Manager for the Caribbean
|Vote of thanks and closing remarks
|Mr. Kevon Andrews, Vice Chair of the Computer and Communications Society of the TT IEEE Section
For further information please contact the IEEETT CCS Secretary at [email protected].
IEETT – Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Trinidad and Tobago Section
CCS – Computer and Communications Society
ISOC-TT – Internet Society Trinidad and Tobago Section
TTNIC – Trinidad and Tobago Network Information Centre