Category Archives: conferences

CFP: 7th Annual GigaNet Global Internet Governance Symposium

This year I am going to be again on the program committee of the Global Internet Governance Academic Network (GigaNet). This is a great community for those interested in the international aspects of information policy and the political economy of Internet governance. GigaNet is interested in receiving abstracts related to Internet Governance themes, especially those containing innovative… Read More »

Seeking your opinions on internet values and core principles

The next Internet Governance Forum (IGF) is just around the corner and for the first time I am organizing a workshop there.  I think the title of the workshop speaks for itself.  It is: “Core Internet Values and the Principles of Internet Governance Across Generations.” The idea is very simple.  We are going to have… Read More »

Civic and mainstream media dscussion in Boston

It looks like I am on announcement spree.  So, here is another one.  If you happen to be in the Boston area on March 16, you may want to check out this event (via Center for Future Civic Media): We Report, We Decide: Civic Media’s Impact on Mainstream News In recent years, civic media projects… Read More »

CFP: Digital Divide mini-track at HICSS

Reposting a call for papers I first saw on eKarine. Hope some of you will find it relevant/useful: Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-43) January 5-8, 2010 Kauai Digital Divide/s and Inclusion/s Mini-track The mini-track calls for papers that study digital divide/s, inequalities and inclusions in different levels, methods and perspectives. Possible focus may… Read More »