Internet governance

Topics
w Overview
w Security
w Openness
w Health
w Access
w Human Rights - Democracy
w Diversity
w Critical internet
 resources

 

Rights of Internet users

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Internet Governance Strategy
2012-2015

 

Unlimited connections - A brochure for young people

Human rights guidelines for Internet service providers

Human rights guidelines for online games providers
 

Calendar of events and meetings

Conference
"Our Internet -
Our Rights,
Our Freedoms"

Links


w EuroDIG

w United Nations/Internet Governance Forum

 
 
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