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A short history of India's CIRP proposal

27 October, 2012
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Media Articles
Type of resource: 
Commentaries

In 'Where did the mysterious CIRP come from – A short alternative (almost sub-altern) account of its history' Parminder Jeet Singh, unpacks the politics of 'enhanced-coperation'. The article recounts the IT for Change's continued efforts towards a more inclusive debate on this topic at various internaional forums and the resistance put up by certain stakeholders from the global North to such steps being taken.

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IBSA Dialogue Forum - Fifth Summit of Heads of State and Government - Tshwane Declaration

IT for Change
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http://itforchange.net/sites/default/files/ITfC/Tshwane%20declaration.pdf
Year: 
2011
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IBSA Joint Statement - Enhanced Cooperation

2010
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Proposals
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IBSA Joint Statement
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Input paper by IT for Change for the IBSA seminar on Global Internet Governance

IT for Change
2011
Place: 
Rio de Janeiro
Type of resource: 
Working Papers

IT for Change wrote a paper titled 'A development agenda in Internet Governance - Outlining global public policy issues and exploring new institutional options' for the IBSA (India, Brazil, South Africa) seminar on global Internet Governance that took place on 1-2 September 2011 at Fundação Getulio Vargas, in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). The event was organised by the Brazilian Ministry of External Relations, with support from the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee and the Centre for Technology & Society, as well as governmental and non-governmental actors from India, Brazil and South Africa.

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