Influencing policymakers globally
The process and results of We, the Internet have been extensively reviewed and evaluated by stakeholders at various levels, ranging from global to local, and representing diverse sectors such as governments, the private sector (Google and Meta), European institutions (European Commission and the Council of Europe), civil society organisations (UNESCO, World Wide Web Foundation, World Economic Forum) and the scientific community.
European Governments applauded
giving voice to global citizens
“Citizens are not only consumers and recipients of technology but also actors and political participants.”
German Minister of State for Europe at the German
Federal Foreign Office
Swiss Federal Office of Communications
Picture © D.R.
High-level stakeholders from the private sector want to engage
more citizens in negociations
Chief Internet Evangelist and Google Vice-President
ICT Senior Specialist at Agency for Digital Italy
A process acclaimed by civil society and the technical community
Director of Policy at the World Wide Web Foundation
“This is a remarkable opportunity for Yemenis to celebrate the future. It is our chance to have our say to what happens to us. We have to be visible as Yemenis in the world, we want to be on the world map for something as positive as this one, and we want to be a part of this fantastic endeavor.”
Chief editor of the Yemen Times
Both the initiative and results were applauded by the IGF – Internet Governance Forum community. This is the beginning of testing, improving and institutionalizing Internet governance with and for citizens.
You can replay the IGF session.
Our national partners oversee the impact at national level
What did citizens from the Fiji Islands say about the future of the Internet? And what about cyber security awareness (the local national session)? Find out in the report.
You can access the report from the Foundation in Support of Local Democracy Poland by clicking here.