Policy Documents

Title Type Authors (Person) Themes Policy Process
Civil society must participate of decisions about Internet governance Non-binding policy statement/input Center for the Study of Alternative Media / Centro de Estudos da Mídia Alternativa Barão de Itararé Internet
Internet Governance Observations and Recommendations From Members of the Internet Technical Community Non-binding policy statement/input Constance Bommelaer,Internet Society Internet
Internet Governance Principles: Securing the Future of the Internet Non-binding policy statement/input Robert Mureithi,Center for Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law - Strathmore University Internet
"Much more could have been achieved" - Civil Society Statement on the World Summit on the Information Society Non-binding policy statement/input Access, Inclusion and Participation, Diversity and Pluralism, Economy, Information(...)
#WorkInProgress: Internet Freedom Declaration for Nigeria Non-binding policy statement/input Paradigm Initiative Nigeria Internet
'What Do We All Mean by "Roadmap to Further Evolve the Multistakeholder Internet Governance Ecosystem?"' Non-binding policy statement/input Internet
2010 Needs Assessment for Gender-Based Impact Analysis of the Canadian Feature Film Policy Report/position paper/brief Department of Canadian Heritage Access, Inclusion and Participation, Broadcast, Gender, Recorded Media
2015: Everyone Every Way - CBC/Radio-Canada's Five-Year Strategic Plan Declaration/Plan of Action Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Access, Inclusion and Participation, Broadcast, Public Service
21st Century Multi-Media Community Broadcasting at No New Cost Report/position paper/brief Canadian Association of Community Television Users and Stations Culture, Broadcast, Community/Citizens
A Collaboratively Developed Set of Principles for Internet Governance Non-binding policy statement/input Joy Liddicoat,Association for Progressive Communications Internet