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This document sets out the aspirations of non-state actors engaged in the digital cooperation process concerning the guiding principles, profile, roles and responsibilities, and working methods of the United Nations Technology Envoy to be appointed by the Secretary-General. It is a consensus document among several organisations, networks and industry stakeholders.
The process leading to this document has sought to be open, inclusive, and as transparent as possible. Four consultations over six months, one week of open call for contributions on the draft, and an open session at the virtual Internet Governance Forum of 2020 were held, allowing broad consultation and a diversity of contributions from as many organisations as possible.
Read the full position paper here.