Internet Governance Civil Society Coordination Group (CSCG)

Nov 24, 2016

The WSIS Forum will take place in Geneva from May 2-6 this year. The Civil Society Co-ordination Group (CSCG) has been asked to forward four names of civil society representatives to be High Level Track Facilitators (joining facilitators from other stakeholder groups).

The attached document gives details of what is required. Please note:

High Level Track Facilitators are expected to cover their own fares and accommodation expenses:

The main task of each facilitator is to moderate a high level policy session and provide a written executive summary based on interventions and discussion during the session, while capturing the vision, identifying emerging trends, opportunities and challenges shared by the high level speakers.

Successful candidates must be able to demonstrate previous experience in this area, combined with a good general knowledge of WSIS issues.

Nominations or self-nominations should be sent to nomcom07 at no later than midnight UTC on Wednesday, April 6. The nominations should include basic biographical information, plus a brief statement outlining relevant experience in similar moderation/ facilitation exercises.

Please feel free to circulate to relevant civil society lists.

Virginia Paque and Ian Peter
Co-Chairs, CSCG.