Updates from the INC
net critique blog by Geert Lovink
Plenary Lecture 1 : Introduction and Overview : Monica Nerula , The Delhi decleration, a new context for new media
The role new media plays in contemporary culture and globally. ICT contemporary culture as its being built currently. documented by Andreea
Nuts and Bolts of Internet Governance
Nuts and Bolts of Internet Governance Chair: Reinder Rustema (Internet Society, NL) With contributions by: Enrique Chapparo (Fundacion Via Libre, Argentina); Danny Butt (Independent Consultant, Researcher, New Zealand) – Cultures of Internet Governance : From global coordination to trans-cultural dialogue.
Plenary Lecture 1 : Introduction and Overview : The Emerging Information Economy
A very straightforward talk by Roberto Verzola dealing with the emergign economy of information, explaining various terms, and tracing the paths each takes within a local and global context as well as offering new areas that need further thought and research. documented by Andreea
FLOSS in ICT4D
Chair: Paul Keller With contributions by: Dorkas Muthoni (Linux Chicks Africa, Kenya) – Chix Presence: A strategic partner in increasing the efficiency of FOSS for the benefit of society; Felipe Fonseca (MetaReciclagem, Brazil) – Metareciclagem: technology re-appropriation and collective innovations; Ednah Karamagi (Brosdi, Uganda); Bill Kagai (FOSSFA, Kenya); Nnenna Nwakanma (Africa Civil Society for the [...]
Workshop D1: New Info-Politics of Rights
Human Rights have been at the heart of many agendas for social change and transformation. Today we’re seeing the rights frame expanding into the field of cultural rights on one hand, and Info-rights on the other. Because of issues regarding access, accountability and control, ICT is now treated as a political entity by civil society. [...]
After Aid: Info – Development after 9/11.
Chair: Ravi Sundaram (Sarai, India) With contributions by: Enrique Chaparro (Fundacion Via Libre, Argentina); Glenn Tarman (Trade Justice Campaign, UK) – Join the band: ICTs, popular mobilization and the global call to make poverty history; Steve Cisler (librarian, USA) – PPPP: problems of public private partnerships; Shudda Sengupta (Sarai, India) – Knowing in your bones: [...]
Open Sessions – François Laureys and Sylvestre Quedraogo
François Laureys (IICD) in conversation with Sylvestre Quedraogo (Burkina Faso).
Open Sessions – Benjamin Solomon
Solomon Benjamin (Urban Researcher, CASUM – m, Bangalore India): case study on ICT and real estate in Bangalore (Including video documentary, produced for Incommunicado 05)
Workshop B3: Open Sessions
University of the Future. IT frenzy. Capacity crisis. The South giving aid to the North. The radical potential of festivals. And a fascinating dream birthed along the shores of the Tigris River. These were the stories, experiences and wonderings presented during the Open Sessions in the Cinema. Kim van Haaster talked about the UCI (Universidad [...]