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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.
IGF 2022 Dates
The dates for the 17th IGF have been confirmed as 28 November-2 December 2022. All stakeholders are invited to start planning their participation.
Apply for ALL IGF Sessions!
Different types of sessions will make up the IGF 2022 programme - workshops, open forums, town halls, lightning talks and more. All stakeholders are invited to apply until 3 June 2022. 'Read more' and access our Public Call!
The IGF 2023 intersessional work and the 18th annual IGF meeting are being planned. During the First IGF 2023 Open Consultations and MAG Meeting, it was decided that the IGF 2023 overarching theme is ''The Internet We Want - Empowering All People''. The programme is developing around eight sub-themes: AI & Emerging Technologies; Avoiding Internet Fragmentation; Cybersecurity, Cybercrime and Online Safety; Data Governance and Trust; Digital Divides and Inclusion; Global Digital Governance and Cooperation; Human Rights and Freedoms; and Sustainability & Environment. The Second IGF 2023 Open Consultations and MAG Meeting will take place on 10-12 July at the UN Office at Geneva (UNOG), Switzerland.
Please visit IGF 2022 Outputs for this year's Addis Ababa IGF Messages, Summary Report, individual session reports, session transcripts, reports from the intersessional work, youth and parliamentary tracks, outputs from NRIs, annual meeting photos, videos, and more.
IGF Community Updates
Donors to Trust Fund
Government of Sweden
Number Resource Organization (NRO)
The Internet Society Foundation
Coordination Center for TLD RU
Brazilian Internet Steering Committee
Siemens Aktiengesellschaft - Communications / Nokia Siemens Networks
Government of the United Kingdom
International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) - Business Action to Support the Information Society (BASIS)
Government of the Netherlands
China Energy Fund Committee
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)
Government of Switzerland
The Walt Disney Company
Politecnico di Torino
Afilias Global Registry Services
Government of Finland
The Internet Society (ISOC)
Government of Germany
Nic.at The Austrian Registry
European Registry for Internet domains (EURid)
Government of the United States
Summit Strategies International
European Telecommunication Network Operators' Association
Government of Japan
auDA Australia's Domain Name Administrator
Government of Portugal - Fundacao Para a Ciencia e a Tecnologia
The Swiss Education & Research Network (SWITCH)
Government of Norway
Government of the Republic of Korea
Danish Internet Forum
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