Episode 131: What is internet governance? What is the experience of ethnic minority Hongkongers?

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Today, Jianne Soriano (Youth4IG, Cinema Escapist, Hong Konger Project) is on the show to talk all about her work so far on youth and internet governance, as well as promoting ethnic minority rights and stories in Hong Kong.

A journalism graduate of Hong Kong's Baptist University, Jianne now writes, collaborates and creates online content for the causes she cares about: internet governance, empowerment for young people in advocacy and society, and awareness of the ethnic minority experience in Hong Kong.

First, why are youth an important group to include in discussions surrounding issues such as data privacy or social media use? What do cross-cultural perspectives contribute to conversations about topics like internet connectivity or online engagement by and between young people in different national and regional contexts? How do Jianne and her peers submit comments on how working groups and stakeholders may better tackle internet governance in policy-making processes, and what are the main challenges in doing this work?

You can find more information in the show notes under the episode on our website.

If you want to get in touch with Jianne, you can find her on Twitter.

Youth4IG is a grassroots community working in Asia-Pacific and collaborating on internet governance issues, and enhancing youth awareness and community engagement through mentorship program activities.

You can also check out Hong Konger Project, where Jianne will be sharing different Hongkonger stories and experiences. For Jianne's reviews of Asian cinema and TV, check out her work at Cinema Escapist.

You can find Michael on Twitter and Instagram.

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