1. Africa Top Level Domains Organization (aFTLD) | The Africa Top Level Domains Organization (aFTLD) is an association of top level country code domain name (ccTLD) managers in the Africa region.
  2. African Internet Governance Forum | Based on the model of the global Internet Governance Forum (IGF) secretariat, which is hosted by the United Nations Department of Economic Affairs (UNDESA), African Internet Governance Forum (AfIGF) secretariat is hosted by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA).
  3. African Undersea Cables | The website of Steve Song, the Founder of Village Telco, a social enterprise that builds low-cost WiFi mesh VoIP technologies to deliver affordable voice and Internet in underserviced areas.
  4. AfriNIC | The African Network Information Center (AFRINIC) is the Regional Internet Registry (RIR) for Africa, responsible for the distribution and management of Internet number resources such as IP addresses and ASN (Autonomous System Numbers) for the African region.
  5. Diplo Foundation’s Youtube channel |A number of great videos which explains various processes related to the governance of the internet. In particular:  Videos on Internet Governance, “IG Lite” animations (DNSSec, IPv6, Cloud Computing, DPI)
  6. EuroDIG | The Pan-European dialogue on Internet governance (EuroDIG) is an open platform for informal and inclusive discussion and exchange on public policy issues related to Internet Governance (IG) between stakeholders from all over Europe. It was created in 2008 by a number of key stakeholders representing various European stakeholder groups working in the field of IG. EuroDIG is a network which is open to all European stakeholders that are interested in contributing to an open and interactive discussion on IG issues.
  7. ICANN Country Code Names Supporting Organisation (ccNSO) | The Country Code Names Supporting Organisation (ccNSO) is a body within the ICANN structure created for and by ccTLD managers.
  8. Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) | The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers is a nonprofit organization that is responsible for the coordination of maintenance and methodology of several databases of unique identifiers related to the namespaces of the Internet, and ensuring the network’s stable and secure operation.
  9. Internet Governance Forum (IGF) | The official website of the Internet Governance Forum. The Internet Governance Forum (IGF) serves to bring people together from various stakeholder groups as equals, in discussions on public policy issues relating to the Internet. While there is no negotiated outcome, the IGF informs and inspires those with policy-making power in both the public and private sectors. At their annual meeting delegates discuss, exchange information and share good practices with each other. The IGF facilitates a common understanding of how to maximize Internet opportunities and address risks and challenges that arise.
  10. Internet Society (ISOC) | The Internet Society (ISoc) is an international, non-profit organization founded in 1992 to provide leadership in Internet related standards, education, and policy. It states that its mission is “to promote the open development, evolution and use of the Internet for the benefit of all people throughout the world”.
  11. InternetNZ | InternetNZ is a non-partisan, not-for-profit open membership organisation dedicated to protecting and promoting the Internet for New Zealand.
  12. Number Resource Organisation (NRO) | The Number Resource Organization, or NRO, is a unincorporated organization which brings together the world’s five Regional Internet Registries (RIRs).
  13. West Africa Internet Governance Forum | The West Africa Internet Governance Forum (WAIGF) is a project that aims to promote Internet Governance issues in West Africa through a multi-stakeholder process. The Project is run by a consortium led by the Free Software and Open Source Foundation for Africa (FOSSFA). Other members of the consortium include AfriNic, Panos West Africa, the IISD, APC, ISOC and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). The project has received support from the Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA).
  14. Network Neutrality Dynamic Coalition |“Network neutrality” is an appealing and multifaceted expression which encompasses several policy areas and may give rise to misinterpretations. In view of the various approaches to this multi-faceted topic, it is important today to address the question of network neutrality through a multi-stakeholder approach. The purpose of the Network Neutrality Dynamic Coalition, therefore, is to provide a discussion arena aimed at allowing all interested stakeholders to jointly scrutinise the various nuances of the network-neutrality debate so as to ultimately contribute to the circulation of best practices and the elaboration of well-advised policies and regulations.
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