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Monday, November 9 • 09:00 - 12:30
Italian Chamber of Deputies - "Internet Bill of Rights"

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PROGRAM November 9, 2015
Preliminary event @ #igf2015 Internet Governance
Forum, Joao Pessoa
Poeta Ronaldo Cunha Lima Conference Center - Room 6


WORKSHOP 9 am - 1 pm


BUILDING INTERNET BILLS OF RIGHTS: challenges and
opportunities


9AM-9:15AM - Welcome and introduction to the
debate
(with a message from the president of the Italian
Chamber of Deputies, Laura Boldrini)


9:15AM-11AM - From national to international
experiences


Opening presentation:


"Why a Declaration of Internet Rights? Italy and
beyond"
Prof. Stefano Rodotà, Italian Parliament's
Committee of study (15 min)


Discussants (around 10
minutes):




Nnenna Nwakanma (Web
Foundation)
Marietje Schaak (EU
Parliament)
Urs Gasser (Berkman Center)
Ronaldo Lemos (ITS)


moderation: Carlos Affonso Souza (ITS, Rio de
Janeiro State University)


11AM-11:20AM Coffee break


11:20 - 1PM - Challenges
ahead


moderation: Anna Masera (journalist, spokesperson
for the Italian Parliament)


Freedom of Expression and Right to be Forgotten
:: Frank La Rue (former UN Rapporteur)




The Right to a Digital Education :: Juan Carlos
De Martin (Nexa Center for Internet & Society, Politecnico di Torino, member
of the Italian Parliament's Committe of study)


Internet Governance :: Fadi Chehade (ICANN)
TBC


Internet Governance and multi-stakeholderism ::
Stefano Trumpy (ISOC, member of the Italian Parliament's Committe of
study)


Privacy and Identification :: Paolo Coppola
(Italian mp, member of the Italian Parliament's Committe of
study)


Fundamental Rights and Terrorism in the Age of
the Internet :: Giovanna de Minico (University of Naples Federico II,
Interdepartmental Centre Ermes, member of the Italian Parliament's Committe of
study)


Brazil´s Data Protection Draft Bill of Law ::
Danilo Doneda (Brazilian Ministry´s of Justice consultant)


This is an open event, but registration to attend
the IGF is requested. All attendants are welcome to contribute to the debate by
commenting on the presentations and bringing their own perspective on how the
national and regional experiences concerning Internet Bill of Rights can foster
a global debate about internet freedom and the respect for human rights
online.






EVENING CEREMONY  7:15
pm - 10 pm



Location: Hotel Tambau




18h30 - Welcome Reception (with drinks and
snacks)


19h15 - Welcome address: Virgílio Almeida
(CGI), Anna Masera (Italian parliament), Carlos Affonso
(ITS)




19h30 - Multistakeholderism experiences



=> Moderation: Virgílio Almeida (CGI)



Juan Carlos de Martin, NEXA Politecnico de Torino
(Italian Declaration)


Carlos Afonso, CGI
(NETMundial)


Veridiana Alimonti, CGI (CGI´s 10 Principles for
the Governance and Use of the Internet)


Ronaldo Lemos, ITS (Marco
Civil)


           
20h30 - Towards a Collaborative and Democratic
Internet Governance


=> Moderation: Flávio Wagner (20 min.
presentations)


Prof. Stefano Rodotà (Italian Parliament's
Committee of study),


Markus Kummer, former Executive Coordinator of
the IGF


Urs Gasser, Berkman Center for Internet and
Society

Session Organizers
avatar for Anna Masera

Anna Masera

Head of Press Office and Communications, Camera dei deputati
Internet rights! | | Our preliminary event on November 9th is organized by the Italian Parliamentary Committee together with the Institute of Technology and Society of Rio de Janeiro: a workshop in room 6 in the morning and a big event at the Tambau Hotel in the evening. | | BUILDING INTERNET BILLS OF RIGHTS: challenges and opportunities | 09:00 am - 09:15 am - Welcome and introduction to the debate | (with a message from the President of... Read More →


Monday November 9, 2015 09:00 - 12:30
Workshop Room 6

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