2020 Global Citizens’ Dialogue results

The global results

The Global Citizens’ Dialogue was held in over 70 countries to understand public preferences on how to handle the future of the Internet.

Over 70 dialogues, made up of thousands of citizens from all walks of life, met throughout the month of October to discuss their digital identity, data protection, a safe digital public sphere and AI governance. Our ambition? To integrate citizens voices in Internet governance processes.

Read the final report

The full report presents the citizens recommendations and will be particularly useful to policy-makers, researchers and other stakeholders working in detail on the areas considered by the Dialogue.

The full report is downloadable as one single document available as PDF below (March 11_2 version).

Key findings and recommendations

70 countries and more

Tashi is an Indian Buddhist monastic, Human rights and interfaith activist, Fatima is a Moroccan student in computer science and Ariel is a 14-year-old Argentinian boy . At first sight, one might be under the misconception that they have little in common, but they all played a key role in developing Internet Governance. In October, they participated in the Global Citizens’ Dialogue on the Future of Internet in their own countries and today they share with us their feelings, from worries to great expectations.

Read the full interview on Missions Publiques’ website.