Webinar #1:  Introduction to the course, YouthLACIGF, Youth SIG. History of Internet Governance. Internet Infrastructure. Kurbalija’s baskets.

Pedro Lana: Lawyer in Curitiba and São Paulo (Brazil), graduated in Law at the Federal University of Paraná (Brazil) and candidate for a Master’s Degree in Business Law at the University of Coimbra (Portugal). Researcher at GEDAI/UFPR, with national and international publications. He is part of the Board of Directors of the Youth Observatory, as Head of the Editorial Commission, and member of the ISOC Brazil Chapter. ISOC Youth Ambassador at IGF 2019.


Juliana Novaes: Juliana Novaes is a Law student at the University of Sao Paulo also enrolled in a double degree program at the University of Lyon. She is a researcher in the field of technology policy and a digital rights activist. She is currently part of the Board of Directors of the Youth Observatory, which belongs to the Internet Society (Youth SIG) and is an Internet Rights Fellow at Article 19. Her main areas of interest are digital economy, digital media and telecommunications regulation.


Juan Pajaro Velasquez: Bachelor in Social Communication and Master in Social Studies. Born in Cartagena, Colombia and reinvented himself in Rosario, Argentina. Artivist, proudly non-binary person, co-creator of RutaTrans, activist of Derechos Rigitales, total believer of open software/free access because knowledge and technology belong to all of us and extremely proud Linux user.


Eileen Cejas: Criminal Lawyer and Director of Regional Participation – Latin America and the Caribbean for the Youth Observatory. Latin America and Caribbean representative for the Youth Coalition on Internet Governance.


Paola Gálvez: Paola Gálvez Callirgos received her law degree from the University of Lima, where she specialized in privacy, cybersecurity, and regulation of the digital economy. She has been working as a regulatory lawyer advising public entities as well as international private companies. Paola is a 2019 IGF Youth Ambassadors Program Fellow, a member of the Board of Directors of the Youth Observatory, and a diversity advocate, writer, and panelist on the topics she is most passionate about.

Webinar #1 of the Open Course

Webinar #2: Introduction to the main topics of the Youth LACIGF (part 1) Digital Human Rights. Internet and Economic and Social Development. Remote Work and Education

Verónica Arroyo: is a public policy associate and globally coordinates digital identification work at Access Now, an international human rights NGO. She studied law and is currently pursuing a specialization in internet governance. She is a former Vice Chair of the Youth Observatory.


Ana Carolina Rodrigues: A law graduate from the University of São Paulo (USP), Ana Carolina is an alumna of the V School of Internet Governance (EGI.br) and was an Internet Society (ISOC) Youth Fellow at LACIGF 2018 (Buenos Aires) and IGF 2018 (Paris). She is also a co-founder of São Paulo Legal Hackers and a member of the Global Shapers (WEF) community. She is currently a researcher at the Center for Education and Research in Innovation (CEPI) of FGV Direito SP, where she participates in the project “Future of Work and Gig Economy”, focused on the regulation of work on digital platforms.

Webinar #2 Open Course

Webinar #3- Introduction to the main topics of the YouthLACIGF (part 2) Digital Cooperation and Future of Internet Governance. Cybersecurity.

Raquel Gatto: Raquel Gatto is the director of IDD-LAC and holds a PhD in Law (PUC/SP). She is a consultant for the United Nations in the coordination of the Policy Network on Meaningful Access. She was a member of the Multistakeholder Advisory Committee to the United Nations Internet Governance Forum (UN IGF MAG 2017-2019).


Roberto Zambrana: Electronic Engineer, with a Master’s degree in Telecommunications Networks. Undergraduate and postgraduate lecturer in several Bolivian universities. Facilitator of the Internet Society Training Program. Senior Advisor and Director of several public and private entities. Past president and current treasurer of ISOC Bolivia Chapter.
Member of the Scientific Committee of the Global Citizen Dialogue on the Future of the Internet: “We the Internet”. Member of the United Nations Secretary General’s Advisory Group for the World Internet Governance Forum.
Member of the Steering Committee of the ISOC Chapter Advisory Council.


Bruna Santos: Bruna Martins dos Santos, Advocacy Coordinator at Data Privacy Brasil Research and member of the Coalizão Direitos na Rede. She actively participated in the activities that led to the approval of the Marco Civil da Internet and the General Law on Personal Data Protection. He has a law degree from Centro Universitário de Brasília and is a specialist in Regulation, Privacy and Data Protection and Human Rights in the Digital Era.


Nicolas Fiumarelli: He is a Computer Engineer graduated from the Universidad de la República de Uruguay, currently studying Computer Science at the same institution. He has been working as a Software and Network Engineer at the Latin American and Caribbean Internet Address Registry (LACNIC) since 2012. Nicolás has participated in the development of systems such as RPKI and RDAP, which seek to improve the security and stability of networks and Internet Routing. He is also co-founder of Youth IGF Uruguay, a non-profit organization that started its activities in Uruguay in 2016, which aims to develop skills and promote the training of young people on issues related to Internet Governance.

Webinar #3 Open Course

Webinar #4-NRIs: National, Regional and Youth Initiatives. Importance of IGF intersessional work including Youth NRIs, DCs and BPFs. History of the regional events: LACIGF and YouthLACIGF.

Diego Canabaro: Professional with a solid academic preparation combining a Bachelor’s Degree in Law, a Master’s Degree in International Relations and a PhD in Political Science [thesis on Global Internet Governance, awarded with an honorable mention in the CAPES Foundation / Ministry of Education Thesis Competition 2015].


Eileen Cejas: Eileen Cejas: Criminal lawyer and Regional Participation Director – Latin America and the Caribbean for the Youth Observatory. Latin America and Caribbean representative for the Youth Coalition on Internet Governance.


Juliana Novaes: Juliana Novaes is a Law student at the University of Sao Paulo also enrolled in a double degree program at the University of Lyon. She is a researcher in the field of technology policy and a digital rights activist. She is currently part of the Board of Directors of the Youth Observatory, which belongs to the Internet Society (Youth SIG) and is an Internet Rights Fellow at Article 19. Her main areas of interest are digital economy, digital media and telecommunications regulation.

Webinar #4 Open Course