I participated in Approaches to a Wicked Problem: Stakeholders Promote Enhanced Coordination and Collaborative, Risk-Based Frameworks of Regional and National Cybersecurity Initiatives. This debate session took place on Day 3 of the Internet Governance Forum. Continue reading
Global Strategies and Frameworks
In this blog post, I discuss the benefits and limitations of global strategies and frameworks. I also discuss the limitations and shortcomings of the MDGs, the SDGs, and what global frameworks exist for the inclusive recreation. Continue reading
Internet Governance and Sustainable Development
This week, I discuss what Internet Governance is and what the Multistakeholder IG model looks like. I also discuss how IG relates to sustainable development and how they go hand-in-hand. To further elaborate on multistakeholder IG, I discuss the NETmundial Initiative, and the grand challenges that arise from multistakeholder IG. Continue reading
ICTs and Inclusive Sustainable Development
This week, we discussed the role information and communication technology (ICTs) play in inclusive sustainable development. In this post, I will discuss how ICTs affect sustainable development, how ICTs are integrated into the UN SDGs, and how NTIA’s Falling Through the Net pertains to persons with disabilities (if it does at all). I will end with how ICTs relate to my capstone project.
This week, we discussed disability-inclusive education. In this post, I define what that is, what it looks like in the classroom, and the benefits it has for social and economic development. I also discuss the role ICTs play. I finish my post by discussing how inclusive education is integrated into the CRPD and the UN SDGs. Continue reading
Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction and Disaster Risk Management
This week, we discussed what inclusive disaster risk reduction and inclusive disaster risk management are. In this post, I will elaborate on what those are, who are the actors and stakeholders involved in it, and the major frameworks surrounding it. I will also mention inclusive emergency preparedness in Washington, D.C.
The World Urban Forum (WUF)
This week we discussed the World Urban Forum (WUF). In this post, I will explain what the WUF is and what its goals and objectives are. I will also explain the relevance WUF has to my capstone research project.
Smart Cities, Habitat III, and the New Urban Agenda
This week, we discussed smart, inclusive cities, as well as international frameworks, such as Habitat III and the New Urban Agenda. In this post, I will elaborate on the goals of Habitat III, how it relates to Sen’s theories on development, and how it relates to my capstone project on inclusive recreation.
Sustainable Development Goals and the High-level Political Forum
This week, we talked about the sustainable development goals and the high-level political forum. In this post, I discuss what the SDGs are, who the actors are that implement them and shape them, and the HLPF. I end with discussing what specific SDGs relate to my capstone project on inclusive recreation. Continue reading
Development Theory and Actors
This week, we talked about development theory and actors. In this post, I discuss the paradigm shifts in development theory throughout history, the role and significance of the CRPD, and how development theories connect to inclusive recreation.