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IGF May Newsletter
Our new IGF newsletter is posted! Read the latest on session proposals, capacity development workshops, the EGM report, community updates & more.
Call for IGF 2022 Village Booths
Stakeholders are invited to apply for an exhibition booth at the IGF 2022 Village, within the deadline of 31 July. Both onsite and virtual booths will be available. More details below.
The deadline for all IGF 2022 session proposals has now been extended by one week, to FRIDAY 10 JUNE, 23:59 UTC. All proposers and interested proposers are kindly advised to adhere to the new deadline.
The 17th annual IGF meeting will be hosted by the Government of Ethiopia in Addis Ababa from 28 November to 2 December 2022 on Resilient Internet for a Shared Sustainable and Common Future. The IGF 2022 Call for Session Proposals, focused on the programme's five themes, was open until 10 June. All session proposals received have been published. IGF 2022 intersessional work is also underway.
Preparations for IGF 2022 are ongoing. The First Open Consultations and MAG Meeting was held online from 23 to 25 February. It discussed the calls for feedback & improvements, as well as the call for thematic inputs. The Second IGF 2022 Open Consultations and MAG Meeting will be hosted at the United Nations Office at Geneva from 6 to 8 July 2022.
IGF Community Updates
IGF 2021 Outputs
The Sixteenth Annual Meeting of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) was hosted by the Government of Poland under the overarching theme: ‘’Internet United’’
IGF 2021 Summary Report: Internet United
The IGF 2021 Summary report outlines key highlights of the IGF 2021 process and 16th annual IGF meeting. It also contains the thematic messages.
Messages from Katowice IGF and other IGF 2021 outputs
- IGF 2021 Summary Report and Katowice IGF Messages
- Parliamentary Track output document (also available in French and Spanish)
- Summary of the IGF 2021 High-Level Exchange Panels and of Global Youth Summit
- Session reports and transcripts
- IGF 2021 statistics, photos and videos
Click here to see more including the high-level addresses, press releases and other outputs
Donors To The Trust Fund
Government of Sweden
Coordination Center for TLD RU
Government of Switzerland
Danish Internet Forum
Number Resource Organization (NRO)
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)
European Telecommunication Network Operators' Association
The Swiss Education & Research Network (SWITCH)
Afilias Global Registry Services
European Registry for Internet domains (EURid)
Government of Germany
The Walt Disney Company
Brazilian Internet Steering Committee
Government of Portugal - Fundacao Para a Ciencia e a Tecnologia
Government of the Republic of Korea
Government of the Netherlands
auDA Australia's Domain Name Administrator
Politecnico di Torino
Summit Strategies International
Government of the United Kingdom
The Internet Society Foundation
Government of Finland
Siemens Aktiengesellschaft - Communications / Nokia Siemens Networks
The Internet Society (ISOC)
Government of the United States
Nic.at The Austrian Registry
Government of Japan
Government of Norway
International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) - Business Action to Support the Information Society (BASIS)
China Energy Fund Committee
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