Registration for second IGF of Bosnia and Herzegovina: OPEN!

Internet Governance Forum (BHIGF) of Bosnia and Herzegovina is a national IGF initiative dedicated to open, inclusive, diverse and informal dialogue on Internet governance issues among all interested stakeholders in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BH). Last year, members of different stakeholder groups in BH who are active in their own fields of expertise, met for the first time and initiated the inter-stakeholder collaboration. It was just about the time for BH to join the dialogue on IG on regional and global levels trough its own national IGF process.

On the 21st October 2016, we, One World Platform, in partnership with Communications Regulatory Agency of BH, and under the auspices of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, are organizing second Internet Governance Forum of Bosnia and Herzegovina.  This year’s theme of BH IGF is “BH Internet: Open and secure?”

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Topic of panels are:

  • Violent extremism, terrorism and right of reporting;

How the state security collide with the right to reporting in the digital age? What are the practices, regulation and actors within that spectrum? How to ensure the public interest to the right to information?

  •  Human rights and business in BH Internet economy

Startups in BH, ISPs – practices, challenges and the role of the Internet in empowering the exercise of human rights and the promotion of innovation and economic growth.

  •  Universal access, are we all equal?

How to contribute to a better understanding of roles and responsibilities that stakeholders have in order to ensure an open and accessible Internet.

Registration for event is mandatory and can be done via EventBrite HERE.

Participation at

the event is free of charge.

 

Belma Kučukalić

Virtual nomad and storyteller. Passionate lover of social media and potential that it provides. Interested in education on ICT sector, its intersection with women’s rights, believer in visual power of transmitting the message. Loud activist when it comes to all forms of cyberbullying.

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