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The GIPO Observatory Tool Live Session - How is the Internet governed? Learn how to find information you need

Gipo Event

Event date from: 14 Sep 2016
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Organised by Katarzyna Jakimowicz, GIPO Strategic Stakeholders´ Engagement

14.09,15:00 - 15:45 CET (13:00 - 13:45 UTC)



Interested in how internet governance is shaping world’s economy, development or human rights? The Observatory Tool can assist you with that! Not only it will help governments, NGOs and those interested in Internet Governance get the right information but it will make dissemination of research and knowledge about internet policies smoother. It simplifies your search for relevant information more efficient and keeps you updated on the latest research.


Join our 45 minute crash-webinar and learn how to use it!


In this crash-course you’ll learn about:


  • How the GIPO Observatory Tool works in practice

  • How you can connect the Tool to your website

  • Experimenting with the Tool and its Dashboard



Kasia Jakimowicz & David Osimo, Strategic Stakeholders´ Engagement for GIPO, Open Evidence

Ephraim Percy Kenyanito, Sub-Saharan Africa Policy Analyst, AccessNow.Org

Luis Meijueiro,  Technical development of the GIPO platform, Fundacion CTIC



The European Commission initiated the Global Internet Policy Observatory (GIPO), an initiative that brings together stakeholders from different disciplines to work together, share knowledge and cooperate on Internet governance issues across the world. GIPO’s main goal is to set up and maintain the Observatory Tool which serves as a place where interested parties can upload relevant sources, search for it and make their work more efficient and smoother.


Download the "How does the Observatory Tool work?" poster here.


You can see the video of the webinar here:





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