20 September 2005 – All Over the Place (pretty much the whole day)

Jac sm Kee on 21 Sep 2005 | 3,133views
After blogging till pretty late last night, woke up a wee bit late this morning =/ Managed to catch the tail-end of the Sub-Committee A plenary session, which discussed about internet governance issues. ..

19 September 2005 - Civil Society Content and Themes Meeting (6:00pm – 7:00)

Jac sm Kee on 20 Sep 2005 | 2,327views
The evening reception happening outside of the meeting room really tested the commitment of the participants in this meeting (me! me!). But Tracey Naughton (MISA - Media Institute of Southern Africa) who chaired the meeting was amazingly efficient, and despite it starting almost 20 minutes late, she managed to outline the new method and structure of working, faciliate a discussion on its finer points, culled concrete steps of moving forward, and organised ourselves into working teams...

19 September 2005 - Gender Caucus Meeting (1:00pm – 2:00pm)

Jac sm Kee on 20 Sep 2005 | 2,529views
Admittedly I was late for this because I got hopelessly lost at the Palais de Nations Building. When I finally arrived, still hungry and panting, the meeting was in full-swing. Kind of...

19 Sept 2005 – Opening Plenary (10:00am – 12:00pm)

Jac sm Kee on 20 Sep 2005 | 3,660views
So, all in all, a much more politically charged day than I thought it would be. For the first time possibly ever, I was actually impatient to be on time for the Opening Plenary of an event... <i>(warning: a rather long post that tries to make sense of the Human Rights in China accreditation issue and the politicisation of international advocacy platforms that it exposes)</i>

18 September 2005 - Civil Society Orientation Session (10:00am - 5:00pm)

Jac sm Kee on 20 Sep 2005 | 2,335views
The first day of WSIS Prep Com 3 already promises to be volatile. The Civil Society Orientation Session featured at least two white elephants straining to break free...

Questions raised - VAW & ICTs: strategies for change

Jac sm Kee on 13 Jun 2005 | 2,607views
These are the questions raised at the mailing list discussion for the Theme: "VAW & ICTs: Strategies for Change". We hope for further engagement and responses to them from the users of this space (Feminist Talk)

Questions raised - VAW & ICTs: global policy processes

Jac sm Kee on 13 Jun 2005 | 2,754views
These are the questions raised at the mailing list discussion for the theme: "VAW & ICTs: Global Policy Processes". We hope for further engagement and responses to them from the users of this space (Feminist Talk).

Questions raised - pornography & censorship

Jac sm Kee on 13 Jun 2005 | 2,946views
These are the questions raised at the mailing list discussion for the Theme: "Pornography & Censorship", as a specific section under Theme I which dealt with harmful representations of women in ICTs, censorship and internet governance". We hope for further engagement and responses to them from the users of this space (Feminist Talk)

Questions Raised - VAW & ICTs: Harmful representations of women in ICTs, censorship and internet governance

Jac sm Kee on 13 Jun 2005 | 3,492views
These are the questions raised at the mailing list discussion for the Theme: "VAW & ICTs: Harmful representations of women in ICTs, censorship and internet governance". We hope for further engagement and responses to them from the users of this space (Feminist Talk).