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Wednesday, September 3 • 2:30pm - 4:00pm
WS180: Crowdsourced Ideas for IG:NETmundial Brazilian experience [CB]

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The proposal of training workshop relates to demonstrate and empower participants in the platform used by civil society in the last NETMundial, which occurred in April 2014 in Brazil. Initially, a public consultation raised hundreds of ideas and more than a hundred thousand votes on Internet Governance through the methodology of AllOurIdeas, by voting in pairs (allourideas.org). Fifteen proposals that served as a guide to the HUB São Paulo, which also used a separate platform of systematization were elected. People were able to attend using social networks and a collective interface and transparent preparation of public input, which guided the intervention on the floor of the HUB at NETMundial. This material was also used as input to a letter delivered to the demands of Internet Forum in Brazil. Our goal is to demonstrate in practice these platforms and make it available for other events of governance. All the code is published and tools are licensed under GPL v.3.


Ricardo Poppi

New forms of participation coordinator, General Secretariat of the Presidency of the Republic of Brazil
I coordinate an Federal Government online participation environment, and coordinated many public online public consultations. I make advocacy by free software and webcitzenship por Social Participation


Daniel Fink

Daniel FinkTechnical CommunityManager Stakeholder Engagement, Brazil - ICANN
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Joana Varon

Founder Director, Coding Rights
Brazilian researcher and digital rights advocate. Founder Director of Coding Rights, where she works as creative chaos catalyst, developing research and advocacy strategies for digital rights, particularly focused on privacy and freedom of expression. Consultant of Consumers International... Read More →

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Renata Avila

Web We Want Lead, World Wide Web Foundation
Renata is Board member of Creative Commons, Lead of the Web We Want initiative at Web Foundation, Researcher for Cyberstewards at Citizen Lab. Human Rights Lawyer and activist from Guatemala

Wednesday September 3, 2014 2:30pm - 4:00pm EEST
Workshop Room 07 (Rumeli Terrace / Halic)

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