Dynamic Coalition on Network Neutrality (DCNN)


Internet Openness is an appealing and multifaceted expression which encompasses several policy and technology areas and core internet principles, including Net Neutrality, Internet Generativity, Interoperability and Device Neutrality.  

The IGF Dynamic Coalition on Network Neutrality (DCNN) was created to help provide clarity to the notions mentioned above. At its core, network neutrality determines the extent to which Internet traffic management practices may be regarded as legitimate, insofar as they do not restrict end-users’ access to content, applications and services in a discriminatory fashion based on operators commercial interests.  

Action Plan

In view of the various ways to approach these multi-faceted topics, the IGF DCNN was established to foster a multi-stakeholder approach, providing a discussion arena aimed at analysing the various problems solution and interests at stake, contributing to the elaboration of best practices, policies, and regulations.  

The goal of the IGF DCNN is to educate, inform and disseminate information on current trends and policy developments with regard to Internet openness themes.  

Mailing List

Beyond its website (www.internetopenness.info), which provides basic information on the works developed by the dynamic coalition (e.g. articles, reports, drafted either collectively or individually by members of the coalition), the official mailing list of the coalition (see: http://mailman.edri.org/mailman/listinfo/nncoalition) will allow all members to discuss these issues in an open and interactive fashion.  


Membership of the IGF DCNN is open to any organisation, entity or individual interested in contributing to the enrichment of Internet Openness debate. To become a member, please send your request to [email protected]    


  • Mr Luca Belli, Center for Technology & Society at Fundação Getulio Vargas Law School

Organizations & institutions

Current coalition partners include individual representatives and affiliates representing the following organizations and institutions:

Individual members

  • Ms Primavera DeFilippi, CERSA/CNRS & Berkman Center 
  • ​Mr Vladimir Radunović, Diplo Foundation
  • Mr Lee Hibbard, Council of Europe
  • Mr Jean-Jacques Sahel, ICANN
  • Mr Chris Marsden, University of Sussex
  • Mr Bernard Benhamou, Ministry of Higher Education and Research of France
  • Mr Félix Tréguer, La Quadrature du Net
  • Ms Francesca Musiani, École des Mines de Paris 
  • Mr ​Nabil Benamar, Moulay Ismail University
  • Mr ​Nicolo Zingales, Tilburg Law and Economics Center (TILEC) 
  • Ms Fátima Cambronero, AGEIA DENSI
  • ​Mr Alejandro Pisanty, National Autonomous University of Mexico
  • ​Mr Eduardo Bertoni, Palermo University and Buenos Aires University School of Law
  • Ms Carolina Rossini, The New America Foundation
  • ​Ms Ana Olmos, Universidad Politécnica Madrid
  • ​Mr Juan Manual Rojas, AGEIA DENSI Colombia
  • ​Ms Angela Daly, Swinburne University of Technology, Electronic Frontiers Australia
  • ​Mr Roberto Yanguas Gómez, University of La Rioja
  • Mr Matthijs van Bergen, Leiden University
  • Mr Jean-Baptiste Millogo, ISOC Burkina Faso 
  • Ms Yana Welinder, Wikimedia Foundation
  • Mr Antonio Medina Gómez, Asociación Colombiana de Usuarios de Internet
  • Mr Andrés Azpurua, ISOC Venezuela 
  • Mr Raitme Citterio, ISOC Venezuela
  • Mr Innocenzo Genna, radiobruxelleslibera 
  • Ms Monica Horten, London School of Economics and Political Science 
  • Mr Chris Riley, Mozilla 
  • Mr Jozef Halbersztadt, Internet Society Poland
  • Ms Olga Cavalli, University of Buenos Aires
  • Ms Cheryl Miller, Verizon 
  • Mr Andrea Giuricin, Milan Bicocca University​
  • Mr Gonzalo Lopez-Barajas, Telefónica
  • ​Mr David Satola, The World Bank
  • Ms Cornelia Kutterer, Microsoft ​
  • Mr Abhik Chaudhuri, Tata Consultancy Services, India
  • Mr Noel M. Unciano, Industrial Technology Development Institute
  • Mr Michał Woźniak, Warsaw Hackerspace and Polish Linux Users Group
  • Mr Naveen Lakshman, Internet Society India Chennai Chapter
  • Mr Javier Seriñá Ramírez, Telefónica  
  • Ms Claudia Selli, AT&T
  • Mr Marco Mendola, Tech & Law Center
  • Mr Jeremy Einbender Pesner, U.S. General Services Administration
  • ​Mr Alessandro Zelesco, Cloudstreet
  • ​Mr Guillermo De Landa Díaz de León, Alestra
  • Ephraim Percy Kenyanito, ACCESS
  • ​Mr Daniel O'Maley, Center for International Media Assistance
  • ​Mr Gus Rossi, Public Knowledge
  • Ms Marie-Noémie Marques, Orange 



Official website: Dynamic Coalition on Network Neutrality

The official meetings of the Dynamic Coalition on Network Neutrality will be held during the annual Internet Governance Forum.

Further events organised by the members of the Dynamic Coalition will be announced on the website and through the mailing list of the Coalition.