IGF Village

During the annual IGF meeting, interested stakeholders can display or distribute relevant information about their IGF-related activities at the IGF Village. The IGF Village consists of display booths and is located in the meeting venue area.

The booths are non-commercial in nature. They are free of charge, and allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, with respecting a balance of stakeholder and regional diversity. Booths are of limited availability.


The composition of the 2017 IGF Village

Received requests were evaluated on a first-come, first-served basis, noting the completeness of information provided, and respecting the stakeholder and regional diversity balance. 

Below is the list of organizations that are assigned a booth: 

  1. Joint Booth: EuroDIG, European Commission, Council of Europe and EURALO
  2. Joint Booth: EuroDIG, European Commission, Council of Europe and EURALO
  3. Access Now
  5. Association for Progressive Communications
  6. BroadLights.org
  7. Business Action to Support the Internet Society (ICC BASIS)
  8. CERN
  9. CH Swiss Engineering - INWES - International Network of Women Engineers & Scientists
  10. China Association for Science and Technology
  11. China Internet Network Information Center
  12. Chinese YMCA of Hong Kong
  13. Columbia Global Freedom of Expression
  14. Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation
  15. Counterpart International
  16. DiploFoundation / Geneva Internet Platform
  17. Dominios Latinoamérica
  18. DotAsia Organisation
  19. Ede North Local Government
  20. EURid
  21. Freedom House
  22. Switzerland – IGF Host Country 2017
  23. Pasifika Nexus
  24. GSMA
  25. HIVOS (Disco-tech)
  26. HUBNGI
  27. ICANN
  28. IEEE
  29. IGF Dynamic Coalitions
  30. IGF National and Regional Initiatives
  31. IGFSA
  32. Imagining the Internet Centre, Elon University
  33. International Centre for diplomatic cooperation
  34. International Secure Electronic Transactions Organisation – OISTE
  35. Internet & Jurisdiction Policy Network
  36. Internet Governance Project
  37. Internet Society
  38. Internet Society of China
  39. Just Net Coalition
  40. Ministry of Communication and Information Technology Republic of Indonesia
  42. Mobile Forms Africa, Ghana/Nigeria
  43. Netherlands IGF & Global Forum on Cyber Expertise
  44. Noncommercial Users Constituency
  45. Regional Internet Registries
  46. Safer Internet Centre (Insafe)
  47. Seed Alliance
  48. South School on Internet Governance (SSIG)
  49. ICANNWiki
  50. African Union Commission
  51. TechNation
  52. UNESCO
  53. University of Toronto, The Citizen Lab
  54. University of Pennsylvania, 1 World Connected
  55. Youth IGF Movement

See here about basic IGF Village logistics. The floor plan is available here.