Extracting lessons from NETmundial: Achieving bottom-up and multistakeholder outcomes from global internet policy governance discussions

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By APC, DiploFoundation and the Center for Technology and Society of the Getulio Vargas Foundation (CTS/FGV) (APC)
, November 2016

The 2014 Global Multistakeholder Meeting on the Future of Internet Governance (NETmundial) was a breakthrough both in terms of what it achieved and how it achieved it. In under six months, the organisers convened global actors to produce a consensus statement on internet governance principles and a roadmap for the future evolution of the internet governance ecosystem. The outcome of the meeting was formulated in an open and participatory manner, through successive primarily bottom-up consultations.

This study documents the NETmundial process, looks at what worked well and what did not, specifically in terms of processes and methodology, and what lessons can be extracted and applied to other global internet governance processes, particularly the Internet Governance Forum (IGF).

Download the infographic with the main lessons here .

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English1.36 MB
Summary - English221.09 KB
Español285.63 KB
Resumen - Español285.63 KB
Português1.43 MB
Sumário - Português223.46 KB

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