About the global IGF network
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. It brings together representatives of various stakeholders and social groups on online governance, in particular governments, the private sector and civil society, including the technical and academic community, and promotes dialogue and policy-making internationally. The first international IGF conference under the auspices of the United Nations took place in 2006 in Athens and is since then organized annually. In parallel, multiple national and regional IGFs are organized every year globally, in order to promote multistakeholder dialogue with a regional focus and strengthen democratic policy making relating to digital regulation within the respective communities.
What is the goal and the impact of IGF?
What are NRIs?
What is Youth IGF?