In advance of the NETmundial Internet governance meeting in São PauloBrazil, CIGI Research Fellow Aaron Shull was a panelist in the session “Roadmap for the Further Evolution of the Collaborative Internet Governance Ecosystem,” which was part of the Brazil-Germany Meeting on Internet Governance.
- Elena Lazarou, Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV)
- Aaron Shull, research fellow, counsel and corporate secretary, CIGI
- Chris Riley, senior policy engineer, Mozilla
- Markus Kummer, vice-president public policy, Internet Society (ISOC)
- William Drake, international fellow and lecturer, Media Change & Innovation Division, Institute of Mass Communication and Media Research (IPMZ)
- Carlos Affonso Souza, director, Institute for Technology and Society
- Alex Gakuru, executive director, CODE-IP Trust
This event was hosted by the Rio Institute for Technology & Society and the Global Public Policy Institute, in cooperation with the Global Network of Interdisciplinary Internet & Society Research Centers (NoC). The event was sponsored by the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and Canada’s International Development Research Centre.
Following this event, CIGI’s Aaron Shull and Global Security & Politics Program Director Fen Osler Hampson attended the NETmundial meeting in São Paulo.
A practising lawyer, Aaron Shull is CIGI’s managing director and general counsel. In addition to advising on a range of domestic legal and corporate matters, he has substantive expertise in international law, global security and internet governance.