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R2.co.nz Webcast: NetHui 2011 Plenary

R2.co.nz Webcast: NetHui 2011 Plenary

Watch live streaming video from nethui2011plenary at livestream.com

Above is the stream for the Nethui plenary sessions. If nothing is happening there, or for other rooms, links are below.

The inaugural NetHui

A multi-stakeholder initiative NetHui 2011 is a conference that brings together everyone involved with Internet issues in New Zealand. The event is based on the format of multi-stakeholder collaboration successfully introduced by the global Internet Governance Forum (IGF). The inaugural NetHui will be held over three days from 29 June – 1 July 2011 in Auckland.

Streaming video courtesy of NetHui 2011 and R2.co.nz. Streams for other rooms and schedules are available at the index page for NetHui 2011. R2's Richard Naylor was been presented with a lifetime achievement award at NetHui on Wednesday morning for his work with Wellington's Citylink network.

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More information on the different streams: How The Open Nature of the Internet can affect Govt. - The Impact Of The Internet On Society And Its Laws - Reducing Online Inequalities and Ensuring Diversity - Creating An Online Environment We Have Confidence In

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Plenary Sessions (Wed, Thu, Fri) www.livestream.com/nethui2011plenary

Access and Diversity www.livestream.com/nethui2011accessanddiversity

Digital Citizenship www.livestream.com/nethui2011digitalcitizenship

Globalization, the Internet and Law www.livestream.com/nethui2011globalisation

Innovation and Emerging Issues www.livestream.com/nethui2011innovation

Education www.livestream.com/nethui2011education

Government and Openness www.livestream.com/nethui2011government

Mobile viewers click here

All sessions can be watched on the matrix display

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