DIALOGUE BETWEEN NATIONS
WORLD SUMMIT ON THE INFORMATION SOCIETY
TUNIS 15 -19 NOVEMBER 2005

STAND 2300
DRAGONFLY BLUE PRODUCTIONS INC. CANADA
ICT 4 ALL EXHIBITION INCLUSIVE ACCESS QUARTER

Dragonfly Blue Productions Inc. is a private sector diversified media company based in Vancouver, Canada. The company is involved in the production of interactive multimedia programs, e-learning content and web forums. In Tunis, we showcased our capacity to host multi-sector dialogues and present virtual debates on the economic, social and cultural rights of Indigenous Peoples and Nations. Our global communications project, Dialogue Between Nations, is evolving into an open learning community designed to complement the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.
 

We invite you to be in the dialogue!

Explore creative e-opportunities

Join us in our beautiful Berber tent
and in our Parallel events and workshops
with the participation of Members of the United Nations
Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
and invited guests from several continents

Our events are sponsored by Elluminate, Inc. Elluminate, Inc. provides live eLearning and Web conferencing solutions for the real-time organization and offers a rich, collaborative environment for online events. Its No User Left Behindô technology design ensures the best user experience for all through superior-quality Voice of the Internet, communications that are in-sync regardless of connection speed and broad cross-platform support.


Special thanks to
The Secretariat, United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Athabasca University, Alberta, Canada
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
Equipfoires, Tunisia
and the Dialogue Between Nations Virtual Team



DIALOGUE BETWEEN NATIONS
WSIS PARALLEL EVENT


VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES, INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
AND M-LEARNING


NOVEMBER 15, 2005
9:00 -13:00 ROOM - LE KEF - HALL 1

Hosted by Natalie Drache
CEO, Dragonfly Blue Productions Inc., Canada
Producer, Dialogue Between Nations

Special Guests
Hassan Id Balkassm, Member, United Nations
Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Amazigh friends, Morocco (Virtual)
Mohamed Ally, Director and Associate Professor
School of Computing and Information Systems
Athabasca University, Alberta, Canada
Andres Lopez, International Indigenous Studies,
Adult Education



DIALOGUE BETWEEN NATIONS
ICT 4 ALL - WORKSHOP

USE OF WIRELESS MOBILE TECHNOLOGY
TO BRIDGE THE DIGITAL DIVIDE


NOVEMBER 15, 2005
16:00 - 17:30 ROOM - EXPO 2 - HALL 2

Mohamed Ally, Director and Associate Professor
School of Computing and Information Systems
Athabasca University, Alberta, Canada

Virtual Guest
Mrs. Thandiwe Ngengebule
Head, Department of Student Support
UNISA
Republic of South Africa

THE RELATIONSHIP DIVIDE DIALOGUE BETWEEN NATIONS AND ELLUMINATE LIVE! ALL DAY INTERACTIVE EVENT IN THE BERBER TENT AND BEYOND

THE RELATIONSHIP DIVIDE
DIALOGUE BETWEEN NATIONS AND ELLUMINATE LIVE!
ALL DAY INTERACTIVE EVENT
IN THE BERBER TENT AND BEYOND


NOVEMBER 16, 2005
9:00 - 18:00 STAND 2300
INCLUSIVE ACCESS QUARTER


United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues Members
Hassan id Balkassm, Amazigh, Morocco
and William Ralph Joey Langeveldt, South Africa
(from Washington, D.C.)

Guests from around the world
International Indigenous Steering Committee
Tunis participants in the ICT 4 all exhibition and you
Linked together in a digital handshake


DIALOGUE BETWEEN NATIONS
ICT 4 ALL WORKSHOP
NOVEMBER 17, 2005
10:00 -11:30 ROOM - EXPO 1 - HALL
2



DIALOGUE BETWEEN NATIONS - OPEN LEARNING COMMUNITY
 INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, LIFELONG LEARNING
AND THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS

Natalie Drache,
CEO, Dragonfly Blue Productions, Canada
Presentation of Consortium Model
Virtual Permanent Forum / Open Learning Community

Mirian Masaquiza, Secretariat
United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

Hassan Id Balkassm, Permanent Forum Member

We invite you to be in the dialogue!



L I V E   F R O M   T U N I S

D I A L O G U E S

 

WSIS OUTCOMES
PHASE II - TUNIS 2005


DIALOGUE BETWEEN NATIONS
BACKGROUNDERS
PHASE I - GENEVA 2003

 

Tunis