The concept of Dynamic Coalitions and a number of coalitions were established as a result of the first IGF meeting in Athens. These coalitions are informal, issue-specific groups comprising members of various stakeholder groups.
Most Dynamic Coalitions allow collaboration of anyone interested in contributing to their discussions.
The requirements for formulating a Dynamic Coalition:
To formulate a dynamic coalition it is suggested that the initiators first hold a meeting and express the needs for creating such coalition. They are required to make a written statement which should outline:
- The necessity of creating the dynamic coalition
- An Action Plan
- A mailing list
- The contact person
- Representatives from at least three stakeholder groups
It is also recommended to illustrate the support of stakeholder groups in creating the dynamic coalition. Whilst not compulsory, setting up a webpage or a blog is highly recommended.
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Dynamic Coalition documents are available on the IGF Review Platform.
List of Active Dynamic Coalitions
- Dynamic Coalition on Accessibility and Disability
- Dynamic Coalition on Accountability
- Dynamic Coalition on Blockchain Technologies
- Dynamic Coalition on Child Online Safety
- Dynamic Coalition on Community Connectivity
- Dynamic Coalition on Core Internet Values
- Dynamic Coalition on Freedom of Expression and Freedom of the Media on the Internet
- Dynamic Coalition on Gender and Internet Governance
- Dynamic Coalition on Internet and Climate Change
- Dynamic Coalition on Internet Rights and Principles
- Dynamic Coalition on Network Neutrality
- Dynamic Coalition on Platform Responsibility
- Dynamic Coalition on Public Access in Libraries
- Dynamic Coalition on the Internet of Things
- Youth Coalition on Internet Governance