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yIGF Training - Multi-Stakeholder Approach

The training activity took place
in Berlin, Germany
organised by Network of EuRopean Digital Youth

Aims & objectives

The European youth IGF Project seeks to bring young people into the Internet Governance debates. It facilitates a youth delegate programme, will produce a booklet and in four training supports the youth delegates to take action in the Internet Governance Forums. This is the second training on Multi-Stakeholderism. It introduced the participants to the structures how the debates are formed and who the actors in the process are.

Target group & international/intercultural composition of the group & team

The training was set up for our 5 youth delegates from AT, DE, NL, TK.

Training methods used & main activities

The training focussed on explaining the structures prevalent in Internet Governance. Through puzzles and group work we explored the policy process, in creative writing we came up with policy proposales and bounced them back with actors in the field and ran several mapping exercises to explore the field of Internet Governance and the diverse motivations of the stakeholders.

Outcomes of the activity

The training was part of our yIGF project, which is documented at:

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

I am project manager of the yIGF project and was the trainer for the meeting.

I worked on this training for 7 days as a full time trainer.

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