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partners origin eg EFinance, and name 

partners cooperation networks   legend Gel=Girls Edu Livelihoods; Yel=Youth edutech livelihoods -Trev=all revolutionary tech :WCB= World Class Business Leaders

regions 0 china 1 east of china including asean 2 s.asia 3 n and mid asia including russia 4&5 E & W Euro; 6 America N  7 Mid East 8 Med sea 9 africa 10 Latin Am 11 Arctic 12 UNother links 
 EF1 bkash.com (sir fazle abed brac, quadirs legatum MIT) brac is women and world's largest ngo partnership-whilst based in bangladesh people like bill gates have siad model could exted to bank a& livelihood support poorest billion - quadirs are world class mobile coders including partners mit, legatum dubia, moneyinmotion -when it comes to sdg leapfroging models many would say that jack ma and sir fazle abed set the standard #BR2 Bangladesh- brac's girls livelihoood networks connect about 12 ,muslim countries in south asia, africa- #BR5 netherlands is the institutional international hub of BRAC   brac is livelihood education's number 1 al;umni network as recognised by wise nomination of sir fazle as inagural education laureate- brac is also the most sustainable model of last mile womens health services that we have been able to map
 Yel1 UN UNCTAD

 Ma is Youth entrpreneur envoy at #BR5 Unctad (Geneva), on education commission formed by UN edu envoy Gordon Brown, on the UN's DigitalCooperation reporting panel -first publication due March 2019 - Alibaba's global business school with its development nation scholarship and E-Founders emerged from these alumni networks

"Let's make Africa a digital Africa," Jack Ma tells entrepreneurs. 08 August 2018. Africa. A day-long event organized by UNCTAD and Alibaba gave young tech ...

UNctad.org | Launch of Jack Ma's eFounders Initiative

chairman Jack Ma made as UNCTAD special ..
  

Trev2 Digital Everything - its not clear yet which term Jack Ma uses for converging everything (digital and real) if the 2020s is to be best tines and not worst of times. Pro-tem we will  explore DC from this frame

 

  • IR4 1 
  • AI 1
  • top 13 sustainable world trade maps
  • additive engineering (aka 3d and fabcities)
  • augmented senses - aka virtual reality
  • g5 and IOT (cloud)
  • quantum computing - suddenly moores laws squared not doubles
  • who's analysis is big data for - hopefully the AI represnt the human1 by analysis as micdri as einstein would map
  • blockchain law lichtenstein
  • new dev banking - sdg economic zones- digital leapfroging
  • epurpose of every markets value chain

 

 

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Digital Cooperation - tour of UN bookmarks "UN Digital Cooperation".

While some people use Artificial Intelligence as the meta term for all technology revolutions impacting the 2020s in addition to specific dynamics of our new world populated by Artificial and Human Intelligences, Digital Cooperation has become the UN's meta-term - in other words will digital be designed to support or destroy all human efforts linking the "17 SDGs". How will this vary by different world trade routes and other maps that Geneva's UNCTAD can emerge?

As well as monthly events DC has major reporting deadlines starting with March 2019 - the first date Guterres asked panel to meet panel members are extraordinary starting with Melinda Gates Jack Ma - many countries are represented by a person who really cares for digital and the SDGs - can you help us clarify in more detail which panel member will develop which [part of Digital Cooperation's outreach or open education curriculum

In the case of AI - primary curriculum are being developed and robot teaching assistants are being programmed to learn AI! Can the same be connected around DC? If not who will youth (especially girls livelihood education) ever be linkedin just in time to be the sustainability generation?

  
 Trev1 damo -ma's own 15 billion $ R&D academy https://damo.alibaba.com/collaborations/?tab=1 Damo is www hubs of rev tech- // hubs exporing tech revolution incklude Industrial Revolution 4 of Geneva HQ's WEF (Schwab)  
 WCB1 Jack Ma chairs CEC china's World Class  business leaders Located in Beijing's entrepreneur and student zone- CEC also hosts nation leaders and participates in off cemera leadership briefings hosted by Tsinghuia with public serants ands thinktanks- historically jack ma's main biographer (Ying Lowrey 2nd book due in 2019) of SME value chian design also situated at Tsinghua and member of the aliresearch 1 network- we are always seraching market sector leaders for most sustainable visions- of copurse it helps if they are at age where wealth turns into thinking about legacy- those billinnaires that found universities are interesting eg hong kongs richest man Li Ka Shing Foundation 1 2  3- also founder of ckgsb which ma is an alumn of  
 2019-2020 Yel2 Jack Ma's first year full-time education since 1994 Culminates in youth celebrations at Olympics Tokyo- please help us diarise sept 2019 onwards  
 WTl1 Ma was city host of China G20 in 2016 This led to specific national leadership partnershiops - see eg Gateway17 with Trudeau of Canada- also many citizen alumni networks www.worldcitizen.tv - green finance sme netorking which could be progressed at japan g20- also jack formed EWTP partnerships with Malaysia, Rwanda and Belgium- also several other nationsl leaders from SCO and BRICs and probably Asean have asked for ecommerce masterclasses with Ma's networks. Ma has explained that he sees sustainability depending on helping citizens redesign smes to thrive and purpose each market sectir. There are some he has redesigned with ecommerce, some with efinance, there are others he hopes to help redesign (eg arts fashions sports, other celebrities) with the olympics, as well as all the IR4 technologies. Ma's hupain university emerged with other world calss business leaders from this phase of his networking  
 ed1 jack has mentioned at least 7 education subnetworks that he will be buidling from sept 2019

 

 the first is concerned with rural education -web is currently in chiense only https://www.mayun.xin/index.html#/home   1  bout

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other early funding partnerships include with queen rainia edu system in jordan

  
 various entrepreneur competitions by nation -eg hong kong   
 who partners jack ma on green challenges tencents pony ma &  
 which of the world's richest ever link with jack ma's teams on an education or sustainability chalenge?

 

 japan's richest masayoshi son founder softbank also jack ma's biggest investor

 mumbai: no known links nita ambani wife of india's richest person mukesh (sectors mobile grassroots refineries ...) runs reliance foundation - values education , sports - but searches so far dontg show any coopertaion with jack ma - however his sponsorships of world biggest sports might connect one day- also just as jack is into hollywood interesting to see whether ambanis into bollywood now that this is exploring social issues see napkin man- nb UN association ITU (like UNCTAD and WTO geneva based) next 4 year sustainability purposes mapped nov 2019 in dubai

indirect link hong kong's richest LI Ka Shing https://www.lksf.org/our-initiatives/about/  jack is alumn of ckgsb -also lots to learn from arguably richest living individual founder of university - other philathropists who founded uni - soros budapest e europe (sadly issues currently due to country's rise in nationalism) - at berkelely blum center

  
 who else does jack ma meet when he is in geneva west's number 1 supercity of sustainabilty cooperation

 

 ITU (web youtube  measuring the info society 2018   annual geneva wtis summit december  ) Chaired by   Houlin Zhao  The ITU has launched a journal - free to downlad issue 1 on AI

special : nov 2018 HZ & ITU spent 4 weeks in dubai (daily highlights) completing 2nd 4-year plan he has chaired ITU PP-18. These newly elected (or re-elected) officials of ITU will begin their 4-year term in January 2019: Mr Houlin Zhao of China, Secretary-General;Mr Malcolm Johnson of the United Kingdom, Deputy Secretary-General; Dr Chaesub Lee of the Republic of Korea, Director of the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau; Mr Mario Maniewicz of Uruguay, Director of the Radiocommunication Bureau;     Ms Doreen Bogdan-Martin  (interviiew) of the United States, Director of the Telecommunication Development Bureau.  -women now in majority at ITU -commitment to gender equality  -details on ITU's work on financial inclusion and video interviews with leadership team

themes mentioned at highlights  : AI       IOT  Internet of Things & Smart Sustainable Vities & Communities- cybersecurity :: can 70% of world people be connected by 2023 - The ITU benchmarks nations innovation profiles  -resources on cybersmart poliixies for children  ICT for people with disabilities   ICT for disasters and least developed countries bacgrounder on digital for all  working harder to include SMES agendas at ITU

  
 cuuricula IOT and supercity - please note these are some general definitions not necessarily connected with jack ma - except that as benchmark as tech world's favorite educator we need to value same innovation info this is ITU's terminolgy nov 2018 - IoT – referring to the network of rapidly growing computing devices with built-in sensors and software to connect with each other and share data – enables billions of devices and objects equipped with smart sensors to connect with each other, collect real-time information and send this data, via wireless communication, to centralized control systems. These, in turn, manage traffic, reduce energy usage and improve a wide range of urban operations and services. Recent IoT developments are driving and supporting the development of smart sustainable cities throughout the world.

Considering that a globally connected “IoT” world will be built on the connectivity and functionality made possible by telecommunication networks – and that relevant ITU Study Groups as well as industry fora, consortia and other standard development organizations (SDOs) are working on development of various standards and/or technical specifications for IoT – ITU Member States agreed on ITU strengthening its work in these areas.The revised resolution resolves to promote investment in and development of IoT in order to support the goals of the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda – and to continue and further develop studies and activities on IoT and Smart Sustainable Cities and Communities (SSC&C).The revised resolution also instructs ITU to support the work of relevant study groups and to continue cooperation with relevant organizations, including SDOs, for exchanging best practices and disseminating information to increase interoperability of IoT services, through joint workshops, training sessions, joint coordination activity groups and any other appropriate means.Bridging the digital divide ITU Member States have approved a revised resolution on the use of telecommunication/information and communication technologies (ICTs) to bridge the digital divide.ICTs now help billions improve access to education, healthcare, mobile banking – and more. This is vital for progress on the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.Yet, half the world’s population is still unconnected. The ITU is assisting countries to raise awareness and develop their policies, regulations and business practices to promote innovative, affordable and relevant services and content, encourage investment, develop public-private partnerships and promote digital inclusion.The resolution recognizes that the benefits of advancement in ICTs can create opportunities for digital services in developing countries and enables digitization of the infrastructure that underpins today’s digital economy. It also recognizes that implementing policies that promote access to telecommunication/ICT services in rural, isolated and underserved areas has proven to be a crucial tool to bridge the digital divide. ITU Member States resolved that ITU, in cooperation with relevant organizations, should continue its task of preparing adequate ICT reference indicators for measuring the digital divide, collecting statistical data, measuring the impact of ICTs and facilitating a comparative analysis of digital integration, which will continue to be a fundamental need in support of economic growth. In the revised resolution, Member States also instruct ITU to continue to assist Member States and Sector Members in developing a policy and regulatory framework for ICTs and ICT applications that favour development. They also instruct ITU to compile and disseminate best practices and regulatory experiences on national and regional strategies used to promote investment in telecommunications/ ICT infrastructure and services in unserved and/or underserved areas.

 move to 5g is summarised by ITU nov 2018 indicatively like this -5G (IMT-2020), are set to play a pivotal role in the digital economy. They will support applications such as smart homes and buildings, smart cities, 3D video, work and play in the cloud, remote medical surgery, virtual and augmented reality, and massive machine-to-machine communications for industry automation and self-driving cars..Future networks will also drive substantial transformation in many development-related sectors including health, education, financial inclusion and food security, making them a key accelerator towards achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). That’s why many countries have begun to implement national, regional and international strategies for realizing the vision of a digital economy, for which future networks will form the basis. related references2010 report on what is future of broadband

  
 news from ii bank summits etc historically jack doesnt seem to publicly clarify which infrastructiure invetsmnt banks he links with - reasons to keep looking - youth most need education support hubs wherever 2 nations ewly bridge- jack mas best us friend jim kim is moving from world bank to invetsment abking circles as well as back to pih which has massive health curricula to replicate last mile - we note aaib is also using language of cooepration in theming luxembourg summit summer 2019 ...

Focus on Cooperation and Connectivity at AIIB Annual Meeting in Luxembourg, host of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank’s (AIIB) first Annual Meeting outside of Asia on July 12-13, 2019.

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 softbank japan founder - recent large share sale designated for research in ai

yahoo's co-counder taiwan american jerry yang 

  
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
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 12 united nations guterres (UN) kituyi (UNCTAD)  
 11 arctic belt   
 10 latin Am   
 9 africa kagame (rwanda EWTF)  
 8 med sea   
 7 mid east ( w asia) israel damo hub, queen rania edu fund  
 6 america n Jutsin Trudea Canada  
 5 west euro Kituyi UNCTAD Geneva, ITY Geneva, Klaus Schwab IR4/WEF Geneva, gordon brown brand scotland  
 4 east euro   
 3 north coast of asia and landlocked central most sco leadetrs have asked for jacks eccommerece 3000 people masterclasses; moscow damo hub  
 2 south coast of asia (india) bkash -fazle-abed-Bangla  
 1 east coast of asia malaysia (ewtf) tokyo (Olympics) soft bank founder japan -hk efounders fund, taiwan efpunder fund  
 0 china   
missing pieces? locations of refineries

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first mondays webcast - next likely to be 4th feb about 8am us east coast time will report on closed meeting of superpanel at geneva jan 21-22  (also jan 15 health meetup basel with botnar and hub)

feb 25-28 mobile world barcelona 

 

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Philanthropist Melinda Gates has dedicated her life to achieving transformational improvements in the health and prosperity of families, communities and societies. Core to her work is empowering women and girls to help them realize their full potential. As co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Melinda shapes and approves strategies, reviews results, and sets the overall direction of the world’s largest private foundation. In 2015, Melinda created Pivotal Ventures, an investment and incubation company that enables her to bring together other new and emerging strands of her advocacy and philanthropic work focused in the US. Melinda received a bachelor’s degree from Duke and an MBA from Duke’s Fuqua School. After joining Microsoft Corp. in 1987, she helped develop many of the company’s multimedia products. In 1996, Melinda left Microsoft to focus on her philanthropic work and family.


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Jack Ma founded Alibaba Group in 1999. He has served as Alibaba’s executive chairman since May 2013, and previously as chairman and chief executive officer. Jack is also the founder of the Zhejiang-based Jack Ma Foundation. Jack founded Alibaba based on the belief that the Internet could democratize the playing field for all types of businesses, particularly small businesses. This tenet continues to underpin his vision for Alibaba, both in China and around the world.

In September 2016, Jack was named special adviser of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) for Youth Entrepreneurship and Small Business. He also served as chair of the 2016 B20 Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Development Taskforce, where he called for the establishment of an Electronic World Trade Platform (eWTP), an internet-based trading platform to help bring small businesses into the global economy and make it easier for them to expand trading capabilities worldwide.

Jack currently serves on the Board of SoftBank Group Corp., a Japanese corporation listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. He is also a member of the Foundation Board of the World Economic Forum, a member of the Board of the Breakthrough Energy Ventures, chairman of the Zhejiang Chamber of Commerce, and chairman of the China Entrepreneur Club. In January 2016, he was named a Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS) advocate by the United Nations.

Jack graduated from Hangzhou Teacher's Institute with a major in English language education.


Mohammad Abdullah Al Gergawi will host dc meeting at dubai summit 10-12 feb 

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His Excellency Mohammad Al Gergawi is the United Arab Emirates’ Minister of Cabinet Affairs and The Future.

In his capacity as Minister of Cabinet Affairs and The Future, Al Gergawi led the development of the UAE National Agenda, Future Foresight Strategy and Federal Government Strategy. He also holds the position of Deputy Chairman of the UAE’s Ministerial Development Council, as well as Emirates Investment Authority, the UAE Federal Government’s sovereign wealth fund.

The Chairman of the Federal Smart Government Initiative as well as of the UAE Science, Technology and Innovation Committee, Al Gergawi also chairs the World Government Summit Organization, a global platform focused on shaping the future of governments and he is the Chairman of the UAE Council for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. As Vice Chairman and Managing Director of Dubai Future Foundation, he heads an entity tasked with implementing the Dubai Future Agenda, a strategy aimed at instilling a systematic focus on the city’s future development. AlGergawi is also the Co-chairman of the Global Future Councils, a forward-looking think tank in cooperation with the World Economic Forum.

Al Gergawi sits on the Boards of the UAE University and Abu Dhabi University and he is a board member of the International Advisory Council of American University of Beirut. He is an honorary fellow of London Business School, a founder of the Dubai Autism Centre and UAE Disabled Sports Federation and Vice Chairman of the Dubai Club for the Disabled.


Yuichiro Anzai

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Yuichiro Anzai is the former President, and Senior Advisor and Director of Center for Science Information Analysis, the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), Japan’s representative research funding agency. Dr. Anzai also serves as the chair of the Strategic Council for Artificial Intelligence Technology under the Cabinet Office, the director of the ‘Innovative Cyberspace Technology’ in the Public/Private R&D Investment Strategic Expansion PrograM (PRISM), and the program director of the ‘Cyberspace Technology with Big Data and Artificial Intelligence’ in the Cross-Ministerial Strategic Innovation Promotion Program (SIP), both under the Cabinet Office. He is also the chair of the Japanese National Commission for UNESCO. From 2001 to 2009, Dr. Anzai was President of Keio University. Prior to that, he was Dean of the School of Science Technology (1993 to 2001) and Professor of Computer Science (starting in 1988) at Keio. He also served as Chairperson of the Central Council for Education. After receiving his PhD from Keio in 1974, Dr. Anzai was a postdoctoral research fellow (1976 to 1978) and visiting assistant professor (1981 to 1982) at Carnegie Mellon University, performing a research on human and machine learning.


Nikolai Astrup

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Mr Nikolai Astrup is Minister of International Development of Norway.

Astrup served as chair of the Standing Committee on Finance in the Norwegian Parliament 2017-2018. He was elected Member of Parliament in 2009 and leader of the Conservative Party in Oslo in 2012 and has previously been leader of the Oslo Norwegian Young Conservatives.

He holds a BSc in International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science and an MSc in European Politics and Governance, London School of Economics and Political Science.


Vinton G. Cerf

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Vinton G. Cerf is vice president and Chief Internet Evangelist for Google. He contributes to global policy development and continued spread of the Internet. Widely known as one of the "Fathers of the Internet," Cerf is the co-designer of the TCP/IP protocols and the architecture of the Internet. He has served in executive positions at MCI, the Corporation for National Research Initiatives and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and on the faculty of Stanford University.

Vint Cerf served as chairman of the board of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) from 2000-2007 and has been a Visiting Scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory since 1998. Cerf served as founding president of the Internet Society (ISOC) from 1992-1995. Cerf is a Foreign Member of the British Royal Society and Swedish Academy of Engineering, and Fellow of IEEE, ACM, and American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the International Engineering Consortium, the Computer History Museum, the British Computer Society, the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, the Worshipful Company of Stationers and a member of the National Academy of Engineering. He has served as President of the Association for Computing Machinery, chairman of the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) and completed a term as Chairman of the Visiting Committee on Advanced Technology for the US National Institute of Standards and Technology. President Obama appointed him to the National Science Board in 2012.

Cerf is a recipient of numerous awards and commendations in connection with his work on the Internet, including the US Presidential Medal of Freedom, US National Medal of Technology, the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering, the Prince of Asturias Award, the Tunisian National Medal of Science, the Japan Prize, the Charles Stark Draper award, the ACM Turing Award, the Franklin Medal, Officer of the Legion d’Honneur and 29 honorary degrees. In December 1994, People magazine identified Cerf as one of that year’s "25 Most Intriguing People."


Fadi Chehadé

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Fadi Chehadé is a Partner at ABRY in Boston, a private equity firm focused on media, communications, and digital businesses.

He is an advisory board member with the World Economic Forum’s Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution that focuses on maximizing the benefits of science and technology for society. He also serves on the advisory board of the University of Southern California’s Center on Public Diplomacy. He is a fellow at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, where he works with faculty and students to explore innovations in digital governance. Fadi serves on the corporate boards of Sentry Data Systems and Interactions LLC.

In 2016, Fadi concluded his 4-year tenure leading ICANN, the global authority managing the Internet’s logical infrastructure, which ensures ‘one’ Internet for the world. As President and CEO of ICANN, he led the globalization of the organization, strengthened its operations, and expanded the global trust and legitimacy of its transnational role. He also guided ICANN’s historic transition to an independent transnational institution governed jointly by private, public, and civic stakeholders.

Fadi has founded and led several companies in the digital space including: Vocado LLC acquired by Oracle in 2018 and Viacore purchased by IBM in 2006. He also founded and served as the first CEO of RosettaNet, an IT Industry Coalition establishing pioneering standards for eBusiness in the late 1990s.

Over the last 30 years, Fadi has held several industry posts at global corporations like AT&T, Ingram, and IBM, where he was General Manager of IBM Global Technology Services in the Middle East and Africa. He received an M.S. in Engineering Management from Stanford University and a B.S. in Computer Science summa cum laude from New York University.


Sophie Soowon Eom (Republic of Korea), Founder of Adriel AI and Solidware

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Sophie Eom is Co-founder and CEO of Adriel AI, an AI marketing agency startup. She is also co-founder and former CEO of Solidware, a financial-technology startup that uses big data and machine learning to predict risk. In 2017, she was listed in Forbes 30 Under 30 in Asia.

Since founding Adriel AI in 2017 with Olivier Duchenne, Sophie has led the company’s rapid growth, developing an easy and transparent digital marketing service powered by AI for small businesses and startups.

Sophie received her Master's degree in Finance from HEC Paris. After graduating, she worked at Oliver Wyman Financial Services as a consultant, and then moved to AXA, where she got the idea of using big data and machine learning to help financial companies give better credit scores. Based on this idea, she founded Solidware, who provides Machine Learning-based predictive analysis solutions to large financial institutions around the world. After her successful exit, she turned her frustration with complicated and inefficient digital marketing into a vision for what became Adriel.


Isabel Guerrero Pulgar

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Isabel Guerrero brings thirty years of experience in development to her role as co-founder and Executive Director of IMAGOGG. She has spent the last four years building IMAGOGG, a nonprofit organization that works with grassroots, social entrepreneurs and governments around the world. The goal is to scale up innovative solutions to challenging development problems. The current focus of IMAGOGG is bringing technological solutions to organizations at the Base of the Pyramid as well as changing development thinking.

In addition to leading IMAGOGG, she is a Senior Lecturer at the MIT Leadership Center at Sloan and teaches “Scaling up for Development Impact” at Harvard Kennedy School.

Isabel is an economist who worked at the World Bank for most of her professional life, including as VP for South Asia where she managed a 39 billion dollar portfolio between 2008 and 2013. Before that she was a Country Director for Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, India, Mexico, Peru and Paraguay.

Isabel received her MSc in Economics from the London School of Economics and trained as a psychoanalyst at the Washington Psychoanalytic Institute and the Peruvian Psychoanalytic Society. Isabel sits on the Board of the UN University and the Precensing Institute at MIT. She is also a frequent guest at CNN Dinero.


Marina Kaljurand

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Marina Kaljurand served as Estonian Foreign Minister from 2015 July – 2016 October.

She began her career at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1991 and held several leadership positions, including Undersecretary for Legal and Consular Affairs (Legal Adviser), Undersecretary for Trade and Development Cooperation, Undersecretary for Political Affairs. She served as Ambassador of Estonia to the State of Israel, the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Canada and the United States of America. Kaljurand was a member of Estonian Governmental delegation in negotiations with Russia Federation on withdrawal of Russian troops from Estonia and Border Agreements between Estonia and Russia. Kaljurand headed the legal working group at the Estonian accession negotiations to the European Union and was the Chief Negotiator in Estonian accession negotiations to the OECD.

Marina Kaljurand has served twice as the Estonian National Expert at the United Nations Group of Governmental Experts on Developments in the Field of Information and Telecommunications in the Context of International Security (GGE), in 2014-2015 and in 2016-2017.

Starting from March 1, 2017 Marina Kaljurand is the Chair of the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace (GCSC).

Marina Kaljurand graduated cum laude from the Tartu University (1986, LLM). She has a professional diploma from the Estonian School of Diplomacy (1992) and MA from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University (1995).


Bogolo Kenewendo

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Hon. Bogolo J Kenewendo is the Minister of Investment, Trade and Industry of Botswana. She currently serves in Cabinet as a Minister and in Parliament as a Specially Elected Member. Honourable Kenewendo is the youngest member of both the current Cabinet and Parliament and is the youngest female Member of both institutions in the history of Botswana.

Ms Kenewendo is a trained trade and economic diplomacy professional with experience in sub Saharan Africa. She was a partner at Econsult Botswana, leading some consultancy work in Botswana and other Southern African countries, she later joined the Ministry of Trade in Ghana as a Trade Economist. Kenewendo has co-authored and contributed to many papers, was a frequent commentator on the Economics of Botswana and Southern Africa, and a host of a radio show called “The Multiplier Effect” and wrote a newspaper column named “Game Theory”.

Her areas of expertise include Trade and Investment Policy, Macroeconomic policy, public debt management and regulatory & institutional frameworks for policy formulation. She holds an MSc in International Economics from the University of Sussex (UK) through the prestigious Chevening Scholarship.

As a Member of Parliament, Kenewendo was the Chairperson of the Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence, Justice, Security and Government Assurance, and a member of the Parliamentary Committees on Finance and Estimates; Finance, Trade and Economic Development; and Public Accounts. She has also represented Botswana at the Inter Parliamentary Union (including the Parliamentary Committee on the WTO) and the Pan African Parliament.

In Parliament, Honourable Kenewendo successfully tabled a motion on “Reducing the cost and time associated with starting a business in Botswana”, which was recently passed into law under her stewardship as a Minister, and which will introduce an online business registration system. She further tabled motions on the protection of children’s rights including “The Alignment of the Penal Code to the Children’s Act” and “The creation of a sex offender’s registry”.

Hon Kenewendo’s voice is associated with inclusivity; inclusivity in development and ensuring services reach people in a timely manner as their share of the national cake. She strongly aligns herself with the SDG message of “Leave no one behind.”


Marina Kolesnik

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Marina Kolesnik is a serial entrepreneur, co-founder of some of Russia’s leading internet companies, including Mail.ru and Travel.ru. She is a Young Global Leader at the World Economic Forum.

Mrs. Kolesnik has held various leadership positions in technology companies, including Hopper (where she is currently) and DataArt. She was also a consultant at McKinsey & Co and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.


Doris Leuthard

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Doris Leuthard is head of Switzerland’s Federal Department of the Environment, Transport, Energy and Communications. She previously held the position of President of the Swiss Confederation (2010 and 2017). Ms. Leuthard was elected to the Federal Council, the Swiss Government, in 2006 and assumed office as head of the Federal Department of Economic Affairs. During this time she represented Switzerland at international organisations including the WTO, OECD, FAO and the World Bank and chaired the EFTA Council. Previously, she practiced law in Switzerland since 1991. She is a graduate of the University of Zurich.


Cathy Mulligan   -rasina dialogue india jan 8-10  - 1  2  Bits and Bytes: Creating an Agile Governance Framework for the Future” on Wednesday 9 January. Full conference agenda available here. (assisted Isabel De Sola )

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Dr. Cathy Mulligan is a Visiting Research Fellow at Imperial College Centre for Cryptocurrency Research and Engineering, a Senior Research Associate at University College London in Blockchain and a Fellow and Expert Member of the World Economic Forum’s Blockchain Council.

She has been active in researching blockchain since 2010 applying interdisciplinary skills in economics and computer science. Between 2012-2016 Catherine led the EPSRC grant “Sustainable Society Network+” within the Digital Economy program creating a broad international network applying digital technologies to achieve sustainability outcomes.

Prior to her academic career, Cathy gained 15 years’ international experience in the mobile telecommunications industry She has authored 7 books covering both the technology and economics of the communications industries including SAE/EPC & M2M/IoT. Cathy also served as the Vice Chairman of the ETSI ISG on Context Information Management (IoT) during 2017. She has advised several governments regarding their blockchain and 5G strategies. She is co-author of the UK Government Office for Science Report “Beyond Blockchain” and several World Economic Forum papers on the topic.


Akaliza Keza Ntwari

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Akaliza is a tech entrepreneur that has founded two companies offering multimedia design and technology services. Akaliza has also volunteered her time with several organisations including kLab and Global Shapers. She is a founding member of Girls in ICT Rwanda - a group of female ICT entrepreneurs and professionals. In 2012, she was awarded the Outstanding Woman Entrepreneur in ICT Award from the Ministry of Youth & ICT. In 2014, she was inducted into the Microsoft 4Afrika Advisory Board. After graduating with a Master's degree from the Kobe Institute of Computing in Japan, Akaliza returned to Rwanda where she continues to offer her services as a multimedia consultant to clients around the world. She is particularly passionate about open source technology and its potential to postively impact ICT development in Africa.


Edson Prestes

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Edson Prestes is Professor at Institute of Informatics of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. He is leader of the Phi Robotics Research Group, past head of the Theoretical Informatics Department, co-head of the Intelligent Robotics and Computation Vision CNPq Group and CNPq Research Fellow. He received his B.Sc. in Computer Science from the Federal University of Pará (1996), Brazil, and MSc (1999) and Ph.D. (2003) in Computer Science from Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul.

Edson is IEEE Senior Member and Member of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (IEEE RAS) and IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA). Over the past years, he has been working in different international initiatives related to Standardisation, Humanitarian Activities, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Ethics. In these groups, Edson has been served in various roles as chair, vice-chair and member. For instance, he is chair of the IEEE RAS/SA P7007 – Ontological Standard for Ethically Driven Robotics and Automation Systems Working Group; vice-chair of the IEEE RAS/SA Ontologies for Robotics and Automation Working Group (ORA WG); founding chair of the IEEE South Brazil RAS Chapter; Fellow of the EP3 Foundation; member of The European AI Alliance; member of the Affective Computing and Embedding Values into Autonomous Intelligence Systems Committees at IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems; member of the IEEE RAS Special Interest Group on Humanitarian Technology and member of several IEEE RAS/SA Standardisation Working Groups.


Kira Radinsky

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As the chief scientist and the director of data science of eBay, Dr. Kira Radinsky is building the next generation predictive data mining, deep learning and natural language processing solutions that will transform eCommerce.

She co-founded SalesPredict, acquired by eBay in 2016, that was the leader in the field of predictive marketing building solutions leveraging large-scale data mining to predict sales conversions. One of the up-and-coming voices in the data science community, she is pioneering the field of medical data mining.

Dr. Radinsky gained international recognition for her work at Microsoft Research, where she developed predictive algorithms that recognized the early warning signs of globally impactful events, including political riots and disease epidemics. In 2013, she was named to the MIT Technology Review’s 35 Young Innovators Under 35, in 2015 as Forbes 30 under 30 rising stars in enterprise technology, and in 2016 selected as “woman of the year” by Globes. She is a frequent presenter at global tech events, including TEDx, Wired, Strata Data Science, Techcrunch and academic conferences, and she publishes in the Harvard Business Review.

Radinsky serves as a board member in: Israel Security Authorities, Maccabi Research Institute, and technology board of HSBC bank.

Dr. Radinsky also serves as visiting professor at the Technion, Israel’s leading science and technology institute, where she focuses on the application of predictive data mining in medicine.


Nanjira Sambuli

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Nanjira Sambuli is a researcher, policy analyst and advocacy strategist interested in and working on understanding the unfolding impacts of ICT adoption and how those impact governance, innovation, entrepreneurship and societal culture, with a keen focus on gender implications.

She is currently the Digital Equality Advocacy Manager at the World Wide Web Foundation, where she leads advocacy efforts to promote digital equality in access to and use of the Web, with a particular focus on the Foundation’s Women’s Rights Online work. She previously worked at the iHub in Nairobi, where she provided strategic guidance for growth of technology innovation research in the East Africa region.

Nanjira is a member of DFID’s Digital Advisory Panel, board member at IRIN News, UK Citizens Online Democracy (mySociety) and Digitally Responsible Aid and served as a deputy on the United Nations High Level Panel for Women’s Economic Empowerment (2016-17).


Dhananjayan Sriskandarajah

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Dr Dhananjayan (Danny) Sriskandarajah is Secretary General and CEO of CIVICUS, the global civil society alliance headquartered in Johannesburg and with members in more than 180 countries. His previous roles include Director of the Royal Commonwealth Society, Interim Director of the Commonwealth Foundation, and Deputy Director of the Institute for Public Policy Research.

He writes extensively on topics such as migration, economic development and civil society, and is a regular media commentator on a range of topics, including contributing regularly to Al JazeeraThe GuardianHuffPo and Weekend on the BBC World Service.

He is a Trustee of Comic Relief and International Alert, was a member of the United Nations Secretary General’s High Level Panel on Humanitarian Finance, and is a member of the Lead Group of Scaling Up Nutrition and the Independent Inquiry into the Future of Civil Society in England. Danny holds a degree from the University of Sydney, and an MPhil and DPhil from the University of Oxford, where he was a Rhodes Scholar. Born in Sri Lanka and a national of Australia, Dr Sriskandarajah has lived and worked in five continents.


Jean Tirole

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Jean Tirole is chairman of the Toulouse School of Economics (TSE) and the Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse (IAST, which he helped found in 2011). He is also affiliated with MIT, where he holds a visiting position, and with EHESS, and is a member of the French Académie des Sciences Morales et Politiques. He has published over two hundred articles in international reviews, as well as twelve scientific books. His latest book, entitled Economics for the Common Good, is accessible to a wide audience. He was president of the Econometric Society in 1998 and of the European Economic Association in 2001.

He holds Honorary Doctorate degrees from eleven universities, and is an honorary member of a number of learned societies, including the United States National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He has received many honors, including the Yrjö Jahnsson prize of the European Economic Association in 1993, the gold medal of the CNRS in 2007, the inaugural BBVA Frontiers of Knowledge Award in economics, finance and management in 2008, and the Nemmers prize in 2014.

When awarding him solo the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in 2014 for his research on understanding and regulating markets, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences applauded Jean Tirole as “one of the most influential economists of our times”.


Amandeep Singh Gill, Executive Director, Secretariat of the High-Level Panel on Digital Cooperation

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Amandeep Singh Gill is India’s Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the Conference on Disarmament in Geneva. He joined the Indian Foreign Service in 1992. Apart from headquarters, he has served abroad at the Indian Missions in Tehran, Colombo and Geneva. From 2013-2016, he served as Head of the Disarmament and International Security Affairs Division in the Ministry of External Affairs. In 2017, he helped set up the National Task Force on Artificial Intelligence for India’s Economic Transformation.

Amandeep Gill is currently Chair of the Group of Governmental Experts of the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons (CCW) on emerging technologies in the area of lethal autonomous weapon systems. He serves on the UN Secretary General’s Advisory Board on Disarmament Matters.

Amandeep Gill has a B Tech in electronics and electrical communications from Panjab University, Chandigarh and an Advanced Diploma in French History and Language from Geneva University. His PhD degree from King’s College London is on Nuclear Learning in Multilateral Forums. During 2008-2009, he was a visiting scholar at Stanford University’s Centre for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC). His professional interests focus on science, security and international policy learning. His personal interests include creative writing, education, Yoga and sustainable agriculture.

event dec 208 berkeley // comsultations EFF and IR$ san fran of K schwab

 

Description

The objective of the joint workshop by the High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation and University of California, Berkeley is to spark an interdisciplinary discussion and gather insights on how government, industry, technical communities and civil society can better work together to design a more inclusive digital economy. The event will take stock of approaches that work to close digital divides and leverage digital technologies for development. Participants will consider cooperative mechanisms and policy approaches on a diverse set of issues such as building skills for the digital economy, competition policy in the age of big platforms, social protection in the digital economy, and how to drive responsible innovation. The results of the workshop will feed into the work of the Panel and will be published on its website.



 

Doors will open at 12:00pm. A light lunch will be served.

12:30-1:00pm Scene Setting Conversation

1:00-2:00pm Panel Discussion Moderated by Ambassador Amandeep Singh Gill, Executive Director High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation and Prof. Steve Tadelis, James J. and Marianne B. Lowrey Chair in Business and a Professor of Economics, Business and Public Policy at Haas School of Business


2:00-2:30pm Audience Q&A

 


Panelists Include

Prof. Jean Tirole, Chairman of the Toulouse School of Economics, Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 2014

Dr. AJung Moon, Senior Advisor, High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation

Dr. Camille Crittenden, Deputy Director of CITRIS and the Banatao Institute

Prof. Zsolt KatonaAssociate Professor of Marketing and Faculty Director of the Fisher Center for Business Analytics at Haas School of Business

Prof. Sameer SrivastavaAssociate Professor and Harold Furst Chair in Management Philosophy and Values at Haas School of Business


Jovan Kurbalija, Executive Director, Secretariat of the High-Level Panel on Digital Cooperation

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Dr Jovan Kurbalija is the Founding Director of DiploFoundation and the Head of the Geneva Internet Platform. A former diplomat, Dr Kurbalija has a professional and academic background in international law, diplomacy, and information technology. He has been a pioneer in the field of cyber diplomacy since 1992 when he established the Unit for Information Technology and Diplomacy at the Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies in Malta.

Dr Kurbalija was a member of the United Nations (UN) Working Group on Internet Governance (2004-2005), special advisor to the Chairman of the UN Internet Governance Forum (2006-2010) and a member of the High Level Multistakeholder Committee for NETmunidal (2013-2014).

Since 1997 Dr Kurbalija’s research and articles on cyber diplomacy have shaped research and policy discussion on the impact of the Internet on diplomacy and international relations. His book, An Introduction to Internet Governance, has been translated into 9 languages and is used as a textbook for academic courses worldwide.

Dr Kurbalija lectures on e-diplomacy, digital policy, and Internet governance in academic and training institutions in many countries, including Austria (Diplomatic Academy of Vienna), Belgium (College of Europe), Switzerland (University of St. Gallen), Malta (University of Malta) and the United States (University of Southern California).

 

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    The @UN Secretary-General launched a High-Level Panel on #DigitalCooperation to be co-chaired by @melindagates and #JackMa. Here's why:

  2. Join the Virtual Town Hall via webex Monday 7 January @ 13:00 UTC (8am NYC / 2pm GVA / 6:30 pm New Delhi). Updates on the past month's #digitalcooperation engagements & first round of responses to the Call for Contributions. Register here: bit.ly/TownHallJanuary

  3. Spread the word, it's not too late! �� Call for Contributions final deadline is January 31. Individual or organizational submissions welcome, reflecting on the following focus areas for #DigitalCooperation: bit.ly/2D7RqKG

  4. High-Level Panel on Digital Cooperation Retweeted Raisina Dialogue 2019

    Several members of the UN SG's High Level Panel on #DIgitalCooperation will be in India next week to visit tech hubs, meet with think tanks & NGOs, and participate in #Raisina2019. Join the conversation with #DigitalCooperation

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  5. Save the Date: join the #DIgitalCooperation monthly Virtual Town Hall for updates and Q&A. Monday 7 January @ 13:00 UTC (8am New York / 2pm Geneva / 6:30 pm New Delhi / 9pm Beijing). Register at: bit.ly/TownHallJanuary

  6. Our latest issue, “New Technologies: Where To?”, is now online! Read it here: bit.ly/2s03RzA. The articles, by @UN system officials and other thought leaders, examine the role of new technologies in advancing the #SDGs as well as potential challenges. #DigitalCooperation

  7. On recent visit to "start up nation" Israel, members of the #DigitalCooperation Panel met with initiatives like KamaTech, Parliament51, @TechnionLive & @MCTC_Haifa to discuss gender equality & diversity in tech #ICT4SDGs #womenintech

     
  8. High-Level Panel on Digital Cooperation Retweeted DeepMind

    Co-founder of @DeepMind, @mustafasuleymn, predicts greater #digitalcooperation in the new year ---> “In 2019, we will develop global arenas to manage the risks and realise the potential of #AI

    High-Level Panel on Digital Cooperation added,

  9. Can #ArtificialIntelligence be ethical? �� Today 52 #AI experts presented draft ethics guidelines for trustworthy artificial intelligence in #Europe. You can contribute ��to the document until 18 January!⬇️ ec.europa.eu/digital-single

  10. A delegation of @UNSGdigicoop is visiting Israel to see how #technology & digital #tech are being implemented for social needs. The visit began at @TeamSpaceIL, which will land the 1st Israeli vehicle on the moon & uses the project to inspire young people in the school system.

  11. High-Level Panel on Digital Cooperation Retweeted Marina Kaljurand

    At recent #BlackHat #BHEU conference, Member of the High Level Panel on #DigitalCooperation @MarinaKaljurand explained why "the days of going it alone are over", and calls for greater cooperation between states and the private sector

    High-Level Panel on Digital Cooperation added,

  12. From harnessing AI to diagnose disease to deploying drones to deliver humanitarian aid, discover the many ways @UN leverages technology for the #SDGs. buff.ly/2rMGJGw @UNSGdigicoop @MeganMRoberts1

  13. "While technology can bring tremendous benefits, it poses risks that we are not prepared for," @antonioguterres tells @DohaForum, urging stepped up investment in education to ensure it is a force for good. Full transcript here:

  14. Interested in how we can enhance digital collaboration in #health and #lifesciences? Join us on Jan 15th w/ @impacthubbasel and the @UNSGdigicoop for a discussion on what is working and where the gaps are between key actors. Register here: bit.ly/2R7l4Hx

  15. More info + links to download the toolkit & submission form here:

  16. �� Host Your Own Discussion on how to strengthen cooperation between sectors & silos in the digital age --> Download the toolkit for guidance, convene an event, and submit a summary of the discussion as your contribution to the global consultation on #digitalcooperation

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  17. It was a pleasure meeting the delegates of ����@UNSGdigicoop. Was happy to hear about their visit in #Israel ���� and their insights after visiting @TechnionLive #carmel6000 @MCTC_Haifa & more #digitalcooperation #SDGs

  18. W/ my ���� friend @RanaSarkar_ we hosted reception for the @UN High-Level Panel on Digital Coop. Allowed input to the Panel (@Fchehade & @gioasempre) from the industry, civil society, governments & media. We welcome the Panel. Key to put tech on global agenda. #TechPlomacy

     
  19. The @UN High-Level Panel on #DigitalCooperation (@UNSGdigicoop), convened by @antonioguterres, is seeking input on its work - through surveys, written contributions, discussions and virtual events. Get involved by visiting: digitalcooperation.org/get-involved #Technology #AIUnited

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The same as Mr. Macrae
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Hi everybody! I can see but i can't listen, that's ok?
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great holiday thanks happy dc  2019
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can M&M of DC ;learn from parallel M&M of Artifificial Intelligence
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Can Digital Cooperation pleae map its links to sdgs and world trade routes - eg digotal cooperation around aouth asia coast different than digotal cooperation with west coas usa?
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how do different panel members links places they hub most with youth
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We can hear you Anoush
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yes we hear a lady
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is there a bookmark to silicon valley event transcript
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hello everyone, just joined in from Ireland
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Greetings from Colombo, Sri Lanka!
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Can you tell us about your cooperation with the Danish Tech Ambassador?
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ucberkley inclusive development in businss scool computer sciemce school governance school .. more inclusive digotal economy ...and investirs ecosystem - viversity questions
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electronic frontioer foundation 
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danish tech ambassador based out at san fran- wef industral rev 4 hub - our digotal future
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Can't hear Jovan
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we canr hear you jovan
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Can you increase the volume Jovan?
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Jovan pls check your mic
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Better, yes
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now is ok
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Much better now, thanks Jovan
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Link to DC Event: https://isoc-dc.org/visions-internet-governance/
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dc panel meets geneva before wef
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Can you share more about India visit?
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Are there more consultation responses remaining from the first round to be displayed in the list of responses?
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is there a blog with transcripts or notes of all the places you visited
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 where we can see the contributions?
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Thanks
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Yes
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indai happening right now with manadeep - will you meet nilekani or connectirs of billion person digital identity
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Most events are listed on the website at: https://digitalcooperation.org/events/ 
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as we advance on the digital agenda, kindly lets tag along slower digital adapters esp in developing countries. it will only be wasted efforts if the gap between the early adopters and laggards is too wide
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How will the contributions be used?
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And micro-coverage on Twitter: www.twitter.com/unsgdigicoop
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I had organized an event in my community, would that input also be provided in the consultation responses?
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I think the language is a enormous barrier to hear the missing voices
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miossing voices os an education issue - why not involve teachers of diferent age groups and places
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Call for Contribution responses: https://digitalcooperation.org/responses/ 
from Asanga Ranasinghe to all panelists:
Can we get the UNCTs to do a consultation in each country?
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Thank you very much!
from Ale Erramuspe (UY) to all panelists:
I think the conversation in digital cooperation is in english, so for many people is too difficult
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The DC-SIDS will submit prior to January 31
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@Asanga, absolutely! if you have organized your own event, please submit the summary here: https://www.tfaforms.com/4701186
from Tracy Hackshaw to all panelists:
The DC-SIDS will submit prior to January 31
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Could you explain what's definition of missing voices ? besides multi-lingual languages ?
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More details about "hosting your own" event, about the Call for Contributions, and link to a short survey all listed here: https://digitalcooperation.org/get-involved/ 
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Noted Jovan.
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Ok
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We lost Jovan shortly 
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@ Anoush Thanks
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 Audio is back
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Yes, quite nicely compiled
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As we all know the technology moving fast and we are now talking about AI, IoT, smart city and villages. which is good news for people who are familiar and has access technology. what plan/idea this panel has to reduce the danger of further digital divide this will cause among the people of developing countries who doesn’t have access to technology at all and will be left behind completely due to lack of technical knowledge and resources? 
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from Hari Neupane to host:
I have submitted my contribution with the practical and evidence-based idea/plan. Please have a look and provide feedback.
from Ashwini Sathnur to all panelists:
Could there be a provision of a platform in the Digital Cooperation for contributing implementation product solutions and innovative ideas - to bring in more knowledge building activities for the community - as a mechanism?
from Asanga Ranasinghe to all panelists:
Will there be a 'Geneva Convention' for digital cooperation?! ;)
from Ashwini Sathnur to all panelists:
Yes definitely. Thank you very much!
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Would that idea example be also displayed in the responses list?
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one fundamental issue in digital cooperation is data. matured regional bodies like EU who have organized themselves better through sychronizing data are already steps ahead of less mature bodies like SADC in the southern africa. this digital cooperation forum should find ways of assisting SADC countries in their regional integration agenda. 
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Consultation Responses!
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can you form club of sister cities of digital cooperation like mit does with fablab cities
from Asanga Ranasinghe to all panelists:
Why don't you make a stop in Colombo while in India?
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geneva is one but where is number 2
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what we really need is a short survey  that studnet unions ca help develop projects of dc round
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at one time hundred university had microcredit student clubs
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microcreidt was niot the right tyopic as it exclude digital
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Yes, I agree. We need some angle from economists or academics.
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Thank you very much and I will email it to the contact email address!
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how doi you get to 1000 dc student union clubs by summer 2019 - ie end of tgis studnet yera so that net stduent yera can go forward
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Link to a short survey on digital cooperation - please share with your communities: https://digitalcooperation.org/survey/ 
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how do you connect wiuth opther annual goal reports
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eg education goal updates
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does unctad sophia know about digital cooperation
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Yes, it will be a very interesting analysis in economic development. Wish UN may invite economists and human behavior researchers to talk together.
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in other words are you training hanson robots sophia to chat about dc
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You said you are going to discuss the contributions you got before the first deadline, did you coined a specific topic to be looked at?
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Can we send contribution on other UN language ?
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@Wisam, the first round of responses received are here: 
https://digitalcooperation.org/responses/

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what is the feedback process
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will the first report come out march 2019
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will there be other updatyes gojng forward or is it just one report
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The report, with recommendations, from the High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation is expected to be published by June 2019
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Can you support to form in-country Digital Cooperation Panels to advice UNCTs?
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sophia is the robot you use at summits
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from Wisam Mansour to host:
Thanks Anoush, my question was what are the main features the panel will look on when discussing those contributions
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https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=unctad+sophia+digital
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Jovan, thanks for the elevator image it's a great one and we are happy to bring a brick to that with the Global Citizens' Debate.
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Our goal is indeed to improve inclusion of remote people 
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serius;y in china primary scholl curriculum of ai started this month
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The main output of the Panel is one report, for June 2019. There will be efforts to share insights from the several months of consultation in the meantime, as the other goal of this High-Level Panel is to stimulate a global conversation on digital cooperation    
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so why not dc in perimary schools
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the big question about ai is who programs it 
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thats why we need girls teacghers to program ity
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Could there also be creation of educational materials for knowledge - building activities on inclusion?
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Yes, good point; related to capacity building. 
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Thank you!
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What about basic capacity building for UN Staff as per
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Hi Jovan - will the Geneva meeting be webcast? Mark (UK Govt).  Our input almost ready for submission by the way!
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the UN SGs startgey for emerging tech
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Would that be addressed by partnerships mechanisms for institutional capacity building?
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in america there is an AI caucus and bill at congress - ai will be debated as main issue of next 2 years of presidential elections -tell me if you think we can include digital cooperation chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
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please explaoin how humble mixes with urgency of sdgs
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Any reason why it will not be webcast?
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UN Secretary-General's strategy on new technologies can be found here: http://www.un.org/en/newtechnologies/ 
from Abdeldjalil Bachar Bong to all panelists:
Any strategy for capacity building please dont forget. The matérials on others language
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can digital cooperation brief japan sherpa g20
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jack ma did great stuff before 2016 hangzho g20 with citizen groupos women gree finance youth
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-why not get DC into citizne networks of g20
from Ashwini Sathnur to all panelists:
Sure i will submit ideas! Thank you!
from Abdeldjalil Bachar Bong to all panelists:
Thanks
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How do you synthesise with the European Commission's HIGH-LEVEL EXPERT GROUP ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE?
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We lost Jovan for the sec
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i think 10 technologies all connect
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dc = ai=g5=ir4=big data small =
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Yes
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all good Jovan
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is this how you see Digital Cooperation
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Yes
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Yes, am able to hear!
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it it youths opportunity to apply solutions to sdgs
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no i didnt mean maths i meant the people who lead each od this subjects need to cooperate!
 
 
 
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Yes Jovan
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Hi,yes
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Loud and clear
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yes we can hear one person probably jk
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now i can see one person but not hear
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meeting will start in few minutes
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thanks
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The same as Mr. Macrae
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Hi everybody! I can see but i can't listen, that's ok?
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ok thanks Jovan
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great holiday thanks happy dc  2019
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twitter https://twitter.com/UNSGdigicoop
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can M&M of DC ;learn from parallel M&M of Artifificial Intelligence
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Can Digital Cooperation pleae map its links to sdgs and world trade routes - eg digotal cooperation around aouth asia coast different than digotal cooperation with west coas usa?
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how do different panel members links places they hub most with youth
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We can hear you Anoush
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yes we hear a lady
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is there a bookmark to silicon valley event transcript
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hello everyone, just joined in from Ireland
from Asanga Ranasinghe to all panelists:
Greetings from Colombo, Sri Lanka!
from Asanga Ranasinghe to all panelists:
Can you tell us about your cooperation with the Danish Tech Ambassador?
from christopher macrae to all participants:
ucberkley inclusive development in businss scool computer sciemce school governance school .. more inclusive digotal economy ...and investirs ecosystem - viversity questions
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electronic frontioer foundation 
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danish tech ambassador based out at san fran- wef industral rev 4 hub - our digotal future
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Can't hear Jovan
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we canr hear you jovan
from Asanga Ranasinghe to all panelists:
Can you increase the volume Jovan?
from Resego Morakanyane to all participants:
Jovan pls check your mic
from Asanga Ranasinghe to all panelists:
Better, yes
from Ale Erramuspe (UY) to all panelists:
now is ok
from Louise Marie Hurel to all participants:
Much better now, thanks Jovan
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Link to DC Event: https://isoc-dc.org/visions-internet-governance/
from christopher macrae to all participants:
dc panel meets geneva before wef
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Can you share more about India visit?
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Are there more consultation responses remaining from the first round to be displayed in the list of responses?
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is there a blog with transcripts or notes of all the places you visited
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 where we can see the contributions?
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Thanks
from Ashwini Sathnur to all panelists:
Yes
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indai happening right now with manadeep - will you meet nilekani or connectirs of billion person digital identity
from Anoush Tatevossian to all participants:
Most events are listed on the website at: https://digitalcooperation.org/events/ 
from Resego Morakanyane to all participants:
as we advance on the digital agenda, kindly lets tag along slower digital adapters esp in developing countries. it will only be wasted efforts if the gap between the early adopters and laggards is too wide
from Asanga Ranasinghe to all panelists:
How will the contributions be used?
from Anoush Tatevossian to all participants:
And micro-coverage on Twitter: www.twitter.com/unsgdigicoop
from Ashwini Sathnur to all panelists:
I had organized an event in my community, would that input also be provided in the consultation responses?
from Ale Erramuspe (UY) to all panelists:
I think the language is a enormous barrier to hear the missing voices
from christopher macrae to all participants:
miossing voices os an education issue - why not involve teachers of diferent age groups and places
from Anoush Tatevossian to all participants:
Call for Contribution responses: https://digitalcooperation.org/responses/ 
from Asanga Ranasinghe to all panelists:
Can we get the UNCTs to do a consultation in each country?
from Ashwini Sathnur to all panelists:
Thank you very much!
from Ale Erramuspe (UY) to all panelists:
I think the conversation in digital cooperation is in english, so for many people is too difficult
from Digital Cooperation . to all participants:
from Tracy Hackshaw to host:
The DC-SIDS will submit prior to January 31
from Anoush Tatevossian to all participants:
@Asanga, absolutely! if you have organized your own event, please submit the summary here: https://www.tfaforms.com/4701186
from Tracy Hackshaw to all panelists:
The DC-SIDS will submit prior to January 31
from YingChu Chen to all participants:
Could you explain what's definition of missing voices ? besides multi-lingual languages ?
from Anoush Tatevossian to all participants:
More details about "hosting your own" event, about the Call for Contributions, and link to a short survey all listed here: https://digitalcooperation.org/get-involved/ 
from Tracy Hackshaw to all panelists:
Noted Jovan.
from Asanga Ranasinghe to all panelists:
Ok
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We lost Jovan shortly 
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@ Anoush Thanks
from Judith Hellerstein to all participants:
 Audio is back
from Asanga Ranasinghe to all panelists:
Yes, quite nicely compiled
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from Hari Neupane to host:
As we all know the technology moving fast and we are now talking about AI, IoT, smart city and villages. which is good news for people who are familiar and has access technology. what plan/idea this panel has to reduce the danger of further digital divide this will cause among the people of developing countries who doesn’t have access to technology at all and will be left behind completely due to lack of technical knowledge and resources? 
from Digital Cooperation . to all participants:
from Hari Neupane to host:
I have submitted my contribution with the practical and evidence-based idea/plan. Please have a look and provide feedback.
from Ashwini Sathnur to all panelists:
Could there be a provision of a platform in the Digital Cooperation for contributing implementation product solutions and innovative ideas - to bring in more knowledge building activities for the community - as a mechanism?
from Asanga Ranasinghe to all panelists:
Will there be a 'Geneva Convention' for digital cooperation?! ;)
from Ashwini Sathnur to all panelists:
Yes definitely. Thank you very much!
from Ashwini Sathnur to all panelists:
Would that idea example be also displayed in the responses list?
from Resego Morakanyane to all participants:
one fundamental issue in digital cooperation is data. matured regional bodies like EU who have organized themselves better through sychronizing data are already steps ahead of less mature bodies like SADC in the southern africa. this digital cooperation forum should find ways of assisting SADC countries in their regional integration agenda. 
from Ashwini Sathnur to all panelists:
Consultation Responses!
from christopher macrae to all participants:
can you form club of sister cities of digital cooperation like mit does with fablab cities
from Asanga Ranasinghe to all panelists:
Why don't you make a stop in Colombo while in India?
from christopher macrae to all participants:
geneva is one but where is number 2
from christopher macrae to all participants:
what we really need is a short survey  that studnet unions ca help develop projects of dc round
from christopher macrae to all participants:
at one time hundred university had microcredit student clubs
from christopher macrae to all participants:
microcreidt was niot the right tyopic as it exclude digital
from YingChu Chen to all participants:
Yes, I agree. We need some angle from economists or academics.
from Ashwini Sathnur to all panelists:
Thank you very much and I will email it to the contact email address!
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how doi you get to 1000 dc student union clubs by summer 2019 - ie end of tgis studnet yera so that net stduent yera can go forward

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