Civil society speakers at IGF 2010

This page contains details of the results of the poll on "Civil society speakers at IGF 2010" which was conducted in September 2010.

Question 1: Which four names should be put forward as civil society speakers?

Fouad Bajwa
33 (25.78%)
Fatimata Seye Sylla
28 (21.88%)
Valeria Betancourt
36 (28.12%)
Wolfgang Kleinwachter
55 (42.97%)
Parminder Jeet Singh
64 (50.00%)
Co-coordinators (Jeremy Malcolm and Ginger Paque)
75 (58.59%)
Karen Banks
36 (28.12%)
Ben Akoh
17 (13.28%)
Katitza Rodriguez
32 (25.00%)
Marilia Maciel (available for opening only)
33 (25.78%)

Question 2: What are the top five themes to suggest the speakers address in their presentations?

Congratulating the IGF (on the completion of its first term, its innovative structure, etc.)
32 (25.00%)
Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Internet
65 (50.78%)
Development dimension of Internet governance
70 (54.69%)
Involvement of civil society in enhanced cooperation model for Internet governance
78 (60.94%)
Retention of IGF's core characteristics (multistakeholderism, openness, consultative program shaping processes)
68 (53.12%)
Desirability that IGF continue to evolve and innovate as necessary, within its non-binding mandate
54 (42.19%)
Gender dimension of Internet governance
16 (12.50%)
Desirability of improving inclusion and participation (including remote participation) at the IGF
57 (44.53%)
Role of dynamic coalitions
24 (18.75%)
Non-negotiated outputs such as "messages from" or "recommendations at" the IGF
37 (28.91%)
Other 10 (7.81%)

Attached to this page are graphs of the results, and a spreadsheet of the actual responses in CSV format, in which the domain part of the email addresses have been removed to avoid misuse by spam harvesters.

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Which four names should be put forward as civil society speakers?32.93 KB
What are the top five themes to suggest the speakers address in their presentations? 67.52 KB
Spreadsheet of complete responses21.36 KB
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