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IGF 2020: Just-in-time reporting
09 November 2020 - 17 November 2020
This year’s Internet Governance Forum (IGF) will be held online, under the overarching theme ‘Internet for human resilience and solidarity’. The GIP Digital Watch observatory and DiploFoundation will continue the annual practice of publishing just-in-time reports from the IGF sessions, which will be published on the dedicated space on the observatory as of 9 November.
The Internet Governance Forum (IGF) 2020 will be held online, under the overarching theme ‘Internet for human resilience and solidarity’ with a programme developed around four main thematic tracks: data, environment, inclusion, and trust.
The meeting will have two phases:
The first phase between 2-6 November will encompass IGF 2020 pre-events, newcomers sessions, thematic introductory sessions, as well as open forums (OFs), national and regional IGFs (NRIs), and dynamic coalition (DC) sessions.
IGF 2020 will officially start on 9 November, running until 17 November. This second phase will encompass workshops, main sessions, a high-level leader’s track, a parliamentary round-table, and thematic concluding sessions.
The GIP Digital Watch observatory and DiploFoundation will continue the annual practice of publishing just-in-time reports from the IGF sessions during the second phase. The reports will be available on the dedicated space on the observatory as of 9 November.
Along with individual session reports we will provide regular briefs summarising the main highlights with topic analyses. A final report, published right after IGF 2020, will include a thematic summary.
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