Processes

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The UN High-Level Panel on Digital Cooperation

The Panel was established by the United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in July 2018 to enhance co-operation between relevant stakeholders working in the digital field, including governments, the private sector, the technical community, academia and civil society. The Panel’s objective was to address the opportunities and challenges of digital technologies, and to engage in discussions on how to secure an inclusive and humanistic digital future for all. 

The final outcome of the Panel’s work, the report The Age of Digital Interdependence, was launched in New York on 10 July 2019, and in Geneva on 17 June 2019. 

The WSIS+10 Process

WSIS+10 Process: Tracking the ten-year review since the World Summit of the Information Society (WSIS+10), which culminated with a High-Level Meeting in New York, December 2015

IANA transition and ICANN accountability

IANA Transition and ICANN Accountability: Tracking the developments in the transition process of the IANA functions, and the parallel accountability reform as a prerequisite for the transition

Sustainable Development Goals

Sustainable Development Goals and the Internet: The latest updates related to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development adopted by governments in September 2015

Global Forum on Cyber Expertise

Launched at the Global Conference on Cyberspace, The Hague, in April 2015, the initiative lays emphasise on capacity building, exchange of best practices, and strengthened international cooperation.

IGF process

Following the latest on the annual IGF meeting and its related year-long process, and the latest in regional and national initiatives.

UN GGE and OEWG

Following the work of the United Nations Group of Governmental Experts on Developments in the Field of Information and Telecommunications in the Context of International Security

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