For a democratic and undivided Internet
About IGF Greece
Internet Governance Forum Greece is a non-profit initiative aimed at promoting fair internet governance and good digital policies in Greece as a member of the international community. We aim at strengthening the dialogue between various stakeholder groups in Greece focusing on exchanging information and sharing good practices relating to the Internet and technologies.
We are a member of the international IGF network and abide by the principles set by the United Nations IGF Secretariat with regard to such initiatives, namely transparency, openness and participatory democracy.
The Internet Governance Forum (IGF) network is a multistakeholder policy platform, initiated by the United Nations with the aim of exchanging information and sharing good policies and practices relating to the Internet and technologies.
Providing a platform for the representation of different viewpoints and the exchange of ideas, policies and concerns, the IGF presents a valuable crosspoint of opinions and interests, with the aim of creating better, more effective and more inclusive policies.
While the IGF does not make any binding decisions, but rather has an advisory role, its conclusions and policy suggestions are widely recognized and taken into consideration by governments, academia and the private sector on a regional, national and international level.