[At-Large] 12 Streams #8 – Larry Strickling – What is a Multistakeholder Process?

Joly MacFie joly at punkcast.com
Wed Jan 2 23:34:14 UTC 2019

While the 'Internet Model' did not originate multistakeholder processes, it
has become the defining example of their success, leading to their
increasing acceptance in many areas of policy development. In this session
Larry Strickling, assisted by some other old hands including Andrew
Sullivan and Marten Botterman, defines the basics.

[image: livestream] <https://livestream.com/internetsociety/12days08/>
Today, *Wednesday January 2 2019*, at *7pm EST* (00:00 UTC), in the eighth
installment of the *Internet Society Livestreamin <https://isoc.live/>*g's
'*12  Days of Streams <https://isoc.live/tag/12-streams/>*' annual
highlights we feature *Larry Strickling
<https://www.internetsociety.org/author/strickling/>*, Executive Director
of the Internet Society's* Collaborative Governance Project
<https://www.internetsociety.org/collaborativegovernance/>*, launching
the *Canadian
Multistakeholder Process to Enhance IoT Security
<http://iotsecurity2018.ca/>* on April 4 2018 by asking "*What is a
Multistakeholder Process?*" In true multistakeholder fashion, Larry sources
the crowd for the answer.

*VIEW ON LIVESTREAM: https://livestream.com/internetsociety/12days08/

*TWITTER: #12streams http://bit.ly/2SgU9Gu <http://bit.ly/2SgU9Gu>*
*#SecureIoT2018 http://bit.ly/secureiot2018 <http://bit.ly/secureiot2018>*



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