The Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) was hosted online by the United Nations under the overarching theme: Internet for human resilience and solidarity. The first phase was hosted on 2-6 November and the second one on 9-17 November. Visit IGF 2020 Meeting Page. The IGF 2020 Outputs, Statistics and Infographics are available.
IGF 2021 Call for Thematic Inputs open until 31 January.
Call to Take Stock of IGF 2020 and Suggest Improvements for IGF 2021 open until 20 January.
IGF 2020 output reports from Best Practice Forums.
MAG 2021 Appointed to plan the 16th Annual IGF Meeting.
IGF 2020 Closing Press Release available.
UN Secretary-General's Remarks to the 15th Annual IGF Meeting.
UN Press Release on IGF 2020: Internet Governance Forum calls for bridging digital divides, harnessing the Internet to support human resilience and build solidarity amid COVID-19
IGF 2020 Announcement is available.
Visit the IGF 2020 Village
Read the IGF 2020 BPF inputs
IGF 2020 Pre-meeting Guide to Issues and Themes available for public commenting by 30 October.
Form to book an open networking slot during the IGF 2020 closed.
IGF 2020 WEBINARS for Organizers, Speakers, Hubs and everyone hosted on 12th and 14th October.
Submit contributions to the BPF on Cybersecurity until 17 October.
Respond to the BPF Gender and Access survey by 20 September.
Respond to a short survey of the BPF on Local Content by 6 September.
IGF Secretariat hosted the Outreach Event during the 2020 WSIS Forum on 3 August at 12:00 UTC.
The IGF 2020 MAG Chair participated at the UN 2020 High-Level Political Forum and 2020 WSIS Forum.
Announcement on the MAG 2021 Renewal. Stakeholders can submit nominations by 25 August 2020.
In view of the COVID-19 situation, the IGF Secretariat hosted the IGF 2020 Second Open Consultations and MAG meeting online from 15 - 19 June 2020. The summary report is available.
Update from the IGF 2020 Host Country for May published.
Suggest high-level speakers and participants that could be invited to the IGF 2020.
UK Government gives grant to the IGF Trust Fund for the redevelopment of the IGF website into a fully-fledged interactive collaborative platform in order to better fulfil the IGF mandate. The grant aims at strengthening community collaboration and inclusiveness, particularly for developing countries, as well as the accessibility and usability of the website.
Letter to the MAG from Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs.
MAG Chair publishes her new blog post on the IGF 2020 process.
Received Workshop Proposals are available.
IGF 2020 First Open Consultations & MAG Meeting was hosted from 14 to 16 January 2020 at the United Nations Office at Geneva, Switzerland.