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Internet Governance Forum

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Croatian Internet Governance Forum (CRO-IGF 2016.)
Opatija, June 1st 2016, 14:30 – 19:00

The mission of the Internet Governance Forum is to bring together all interested stakeholders in the Internet value chain and allow the discussions around issues related to the management and regulation of the Internet. The forum is an open platform for discussion and analysis of the various problems from different perspectives. Forum has no mandate to negotiate or take decisions, but it can contribute to the process of shaping opinions and suggestions of solutions that are relevant for decision making in other bodies and organizations. By supporting model of the IGF on the national level, CRO-IGF actively contributes to the affirmation of the idea of a new way of Internet governance according to the so called multi-stakeholder model, the principles of participation of all interested parties - academia, industry, government and civil society / Internet users.

This year's Forum topics will be:

  • Human Rights on the Internet
  • Net Neutrality
  • Open Data in public administration
  • Arbitration to Settle Disputes in the .hr domain.

This year's Forum willl be part of the MIPRO conference, and we thanks the MIPRO team for their kind hospitality.

We invite you to come to Opatija and participate in the Croatian Forum on Internet Governance.

Forum organization: MIPRO, Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure, Ministry of Public Administration (MPPI), Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, Croatian Academic and Research Network - CARNet, Faculty of Law and Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing of the University of Zagreb, Croatian Employers’ Association, Ericsson Nikola Tesla, HROpen, Croatian Regulatory Authority for Network Industries (HAKOM)

Contact: Zdravko Jukić, zdravko.jukic@hakom.hr (HAKOM)

Moderator: Krešo Antonović (MPPI)

Speakers and panelists: Leda Lepri (Ministry of Public Administration), Anamaraija Musa (Information Commissioner), Ivana Milas Klarić (Ombudsman for Children), Nataša Glavor (CARNet), Andrea Beccalli (ICANN), Hrvoje Lisičar (Faculty of Law), Marko Jurić (Faculty of Law), Igor Barlek (VIPNet), Milan Živković (Ericsson Nikola Tesla), Amera Zulić Vrabec (IN2), Domen Savič (Institute Državljan D), Tihomir Katulić (Faculty of Law) and Kristijan Zimmer (HrOpen).

Venue: Grand hotel Adriatic, Opatija


Final report from the first Croatian Internet Governance Forum could be found here.