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In this session we will discuss the potential of social media in Vietnam as well as how the challenges could be approached.Moderator: Pham Hai Chung, Senior Lecturer and Researcher, Academy of Journalism and Communication Panellists: Anne Senior, Lecturer, City University of London Dang Hoang Giang, Deputy Director, CECODES Michael L.The technological development has changed and shaped the way we think and act in relation to society, business, privacy and transparency.
Special attention will be paid to gender equality and to the needs and interests of young people. Moderator: Jaldeep Katwala, Project Manager for Southeast Asia, Fojo Media Institute Panellists: Guy Berger, Director of Division Freedom of Expression and Media Development, UNESCO Szeming Tan, Programme Manager, Sinar Project Hong Phuc Dang, Founder, FOSSASIA Arthit Suriyawongkul, Co-founder of Foundation for Internet and Civic Culture Nguyen Nhung, Communication Researcher Social media plays an important role in society by changing how we communicate, behave and do business.
VIF17 is a platform for intersectoral discussion and interaction taking place on 27-28 November in Hanoi. This year’s sessions range from how access to Internet and open data contribute to transparency and accessibility to how digital technology advances sustainable development. Speakers and participants include government officials, civil society representatives, academia, business leaders, social entrepreneurs and investors.
The evening reception offers a chance to immerse in discussion and networking with senior business leaders, policy makers and investors. Pereric Högberg, Swedish Ambassador to Vietnam Speech by H. Pham Hong Hai, Vice Minister of Information and Communications Video greeting by H. Margot Wallström, Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs Access to Internet has become a critical component in our ability to engage fully in modern day society.
VIF17 is co-hosted by the Embassy of Sweden in Vietnam and the Ministry of Information and Communications. Through Internet we indulge in activities such as online dating and mobile gaming, we can also participate in discussions, find information and read news.
Co-organizers and partners are Lund University Internet Institute (LUii), Vietnam Internet Association (VIA), UNDP and UNESCO. However, access to Internet goes further than technical solutions – openness, communication and access to information are also vital aspects.