The Digital Trust & Safety Partnership (DTSP) will be at the 18th meeting of the Internet Governance Forum, in Kyoto, Japan, from October 8 to 12, 2023. The Forum’s overarching theme is: The Internet We Want – Empowering All People. DTSP executive director David Sullivan and head of outreach and engagement Farzaneh Badiei will be in Kyoto and look forward to meeting with interested stakeholders from the global internet governance community.
DTSP is holding an Open Forum, “Unlocking Trust and Safety to Preserve the Open Internet,” on Wednesday, October 11 at 2:45pm JST, (WS 11 – Room J). At the forum, IGF in-person and remote participants can learn more about DTSP and the role of trust and safety with regard to internet governance. The interactive roundtable discussion will feature the following panelists:
- David Sullivan, DTSP
- Nobuhisa Nishigata, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication, Japan
- Tajeshwari Devi, Online Safety Commission, Fiji (virtual)
- Angela McKay, Google
- Brent Carey, Netsafe (virtual)
- Kyoungmi Oh, OpenNet Korea
As a co-chair of the World Economic Forum’s Global Coalition for Digital Safety, David Sullivan will also speak at the session, “Enhancing Digital Safety: The World Economic Forum Global Coalition’s Collaborative Approach,” on Monday October 9 at 1:10pm JST (WS5 – Room B2).
Finally, DTSP will also have a display booth at the IGF Village, where we encourage interested stakeholders to meet with us and learn more about our work.