The Global Internet Governance Forum is a multistakeholder effort to illuminate issues and cultivate constructive discussions about the future of the Internet. It is a space where people from civil society, government, technology, research, business and academia share information and create coalitions that move dialogues forward and demonstrate best practices. IGF is part of the processes of the World Summit on the Information Society, facilitated by the United Nations and aimed at contributing to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. Thousands of people from more than 100 countries are participated in the Global IGF meeting in Guadalajara Dec. 5-9, 2016.
Elon University's Imagining the Internet Center conducted interviews at IGF 2016 to gather opinions about Internet evolution and issues, inform policy and create a historic record. Click on links below to view more than 700 video clips in which 125 IGF participants from nearly 50 nation-states share their responses to six questions:
The Imagining the Internet Interview Team
Imagining the Internet's ethnographic documentary work at Global IGF 2016 was conducted by undergraduate researchers Elizabeth Bilka, Ashley Bohle, Melissa Douglas, Maya Eaglin, Alex Hager, Caroline Hartshorn, Paul LeBlanc, Kailey Tracy and Anna Zwingelberg of Elon University's School of Communications, under the supervision of Elon faculty/staff Aaron Moger, Vanessa Bravo and Janna Anderson.
You can read the full question set here: http://www.elon.edu/docs/e-web/imagining/event-coverage/global_igf_2016/Video_Survey_Global_IGF_2016_Mexico.pdf