18 April

08.20 Registration
08.55 Welcome Greeting
09.00 Opening Address – Mr Carl Bildt, Minister for Foreign AffairsRead the entire speach here
09.20–10.50 Session 1: High-level Segment

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The high-level segment will discuss the importance of Internet freedom for multi-faceted development. New communication technologies in many ways level the playing field between ‘haves’ and ‘have-nots’, but development in its various forms – be it for example economic growth or political participation – is also dependent on the free flow of information and open communication networks. How can the Stockholm Internet Forum understand and contribute to this reality?

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10.50–11.20 Coffee break
11.20–12.50 Session 2

The connectivity of the future

Internet freedom today, but what about tomorrow? What characterises the next generation of connectivity and communication channels? This session will address recent technological developments, such as the roll-out of mobile solutions and the increasing use of cloud computing, but also the opportunities beyond. Will Internet freedom still be relevant in decades to come?

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12.50–14.00 Lunch
14.00-14.10 Potenzpillen cialis kaufen Ms Anna-Karin Hatt, Minister for Information Technology and EnergyLevitra generico efectos secundarios
14.10–15.40 Session 3

Social media is fast – social change is slow

What is needed to make social change sustainable and ICT most effective as a catalyst for change? This session will address opportunities and challenges concerning how ICT can be used to achieve sustainable development and poverty reduction.

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15.40–16.10 Coffee break
16.10–17.40 Session 4

Freedom supporting human rights

In this session we will discuss and explore recent international developments aimed at confirming and clarifying the applicability of human rights law on the Internet. Are these initiatives sufficient? Is the current multi-stakeholder model optimal for holding states accountable for human rights obligations? The session will address how states can build new coalitions to enhance the progressive work on supporting freedom on the Internet and what the resulting concrete actions could be.

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 18.30–21.30 Reception City Hall

19 April

09.00–10.30 Session 5

Enhancing Internet freedom and human rights through responsible business practice

This session will address the challenges and opportunities ahead for corporations’ practical implementation of internationally agreed principles and codes of conduct. An important aspect is how the ICT industry can carry out its due diligence and what tools are needed to support corporations in this endeavour to ensure that their activities are consistent with international human rights standards, and do not undermine human rights law.

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10.30–11.00 Coffee break
11.00–12.30 Session 6

Managing the balance of freedom and security in a digital world

This section turns to the challenges of keeping the Internet free while simultaneously maintaining a safe and secure environment for individuals, businesses and states alike.Important issues to be discussed are possible conflicts of interest, values and technical implications in maintaining freedom and security online.

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12.30–14.00 Lunch
14.00–15.30 Session 7

Emerging threats to online freedom and prospective opportunities to transnational commitment – are we prepared for the evolving future?

The session will address what operational steps engaged parties should take from here in order to meet future challenges. These challenges include the discussions on the need for measures for international transfer of data and the handling of meta-data. How could experiences of Internet freedom for global development be shared locally and in future international meetings?The session will also highlight some of the main topics discussed during the forum.

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15.30–15.45 Opportunities/Expectations
15.45–16.15 Wrap-up and close