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Submissions - Phase II

We are grateful to have received contributions from the following stakeholders, including contributions in developing the framework document* (contributions are cited alphabetically):

1 World Connected

African IGF

  • ​guidance for development of CENB - Phase II framework document (Makane Faye - see Nigeria IGF)

Albania government/ Fotjon Costa

Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum (APrIGF)

Alliance for Affordable Internet (A4AI)

Anthony Namanga (Cameroon)

Association for Progressive Communications (APC)

Best Practice Forum on Gender & Access 2016 (IGF)

Central Africa IGF (incorporating submissions from Cameroon, Chad, Congo-Brazzaville, and the Democratic Republic of Congo)

Charles Dan

Colombian National IGF initiative

Council of Europe (two submissions)

Croatia IGF

Diplo Foundation

Dynamic Coalition for Public Access in Libraries

Dynamic Coalition on Community Connectivity

European Commission

  • guidance for development of CENB - Phase II framework document (Cristina Monti)

Facebook 

Federal Telecommunications Institute (Mexico)

GSMA

International Telecommunication Union (ITU)

Internet Society (ISOC) 

Julian Casasbuenas G.

  • guidance for development of CENB - Phase II framework document

Kanumuri S. Raju

Kim Lilianne Hendi (Canada/Argentina)

Marcelo Saldanha

Marilyn Cade (USA)

  • guidance for development of CENB - Phase II framework document

Michael Oghia (Turkey)

Mike Jensen

Nigeria IGF

  • ​guidance for development of CENB - Phase II framework document (Olusegun H. Olugbile; Makane Faye - see Africa IGF)

Ogero Telecom

Pan-European dialogue on Internet governance (EuroDIG)

Said Zazai (Afghanistan)

Samuel Guimarães Lima (Brazil)

Shreedeep Rayamajhi (Nepal)

South Eastern European Dialogue on Internet Governance (SEEDIG)

Susan Hyon Parker

Sylvia Cadena

  • ​guidance for development of CENB - Phase II framework document 

University of Pennsylvania, Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition

Uruguay IGF

VimpelCom

Vint Cerf

Web Foundation 

Zimbabwe IGF

Ziaur Rahman

Sessions at IGF 2016 taken into consideration for Draft F:

  • Day Zero event organized by :ICANN, ISOC, IEEE, ITU, Global Connect, UNESCO, the World Bank, and WEF: Advancing Solutions for Connectivity: Improving Global Coordination and Collaboration
  • Main Session on National and Regional IGF Initiatives (Day 3)
  • Main Session on Intersessional Activities (Day 4)

 

Contact Information

United Nations
Secretariat of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF)

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Switzerland

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