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INTERNET
GOVERNANCE
Why the Multistakeholder Approach Works
Internet policy goals must…
 maintain the security, stability, and resiliency of
the Internet,
 support global interoper...
The multistakeholder approach is useful…
 when decisions impact a wide and distributed
range of people and interests,
 w...
Other Standards Bodies
W3C .
ITU-T .
Specialized Bodies .
Internet Society
Affiliated Organizations
IETF .
IAB .
IRTF .
Go...
We get better answers to global questions when a range of
experts and interests can meaningfully take part in the discussi...
Questions?
Download the Briefing Paper
Questions?
Download the Briefing Paper
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Internet Governance - Why the Multistakeholder Approach Works

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The multistakeholder approach is a set of tools or practices that all share one basis: ‘Individuals and organizations from different realms participating alongside each other to share ideas or develop consensus policy’.

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Internet Governance - Why the Multistakeholder Approach Works

  1. 1. INTERNET GOVERNANCE Why the Multistakeholder Approach Works
  2. 2. Internet policy goals must…  maintain the security, stability, and resiliency of the Internet,  support global interoperability and an open and collaborative architecture,  sustain permission-less innovation and widening access, and  allow the Internet to flourish as a dynamic yet reliable platform for limitless opportunity and innovation around the world.
  3. 3. The multistakeholder approach is useful…  when decisions impact a wide and distributed range of people and interests,  where there are overlapping rights and responsibilities across sectors and borders,  if different forms of expertise are needed, such as technical expertise, and/or  where legitimacy and acceptance of decisions directly impacts the implementation.
  4. 4. Other Standards Bodies W3C . ITU-T . Specialized Bodies . Internet Society Affiliated Organizations IETF . IAB . IRTF . Governments Governmental Regional Organizations Multilateral Institutions Internet Society Chapters Individual Members Organization Members Other Policy Discussion Forums Governments Internet Society Chapters Individual Members Organization Members Multilateral Institutions Development Agencies Internet Community Organizations and Businesses Universities and Academic Institutions Individuals Businesses Governments Organizations Machines/Devices Service Creators and Equipment Builders Root Servers Network Operators Service Creators/Vendors Internet Exchange Points gTLDs ccTLDs ICANN RIRs IANA gTLDs ccTLDs The Internet’s Governance Landscape INTERNET ECOSYSTEM Naming and Addressing Local, National, Regional, and Global Policy Development Users Education and Capacity Building Open Standards Development Shared Global Services and Operations
  5. 5. We get better answers to global questions when a range of experts and interests can meaningfully take part in the discussion. The Internet Society has identified four attributes of successful multistakeholder decision-making: Collaboration through distributed and interoperable governance Inclusiveness and transparency Collective responsibility Effective decision-making and implementation 1 2 3 4
  6. 6. Questions? Download the Briefing Paper
  7. 7. Questions? Download the Briefing Paper

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