Joint Statement: Internet Governance Forum must reverse decision to make Saudi Arabia its next host
An IGF 2024 hosted by Saudi Arabia is incompatible with the event’s multistakeholder model, as human rights risks make robust civil society engagement impossible.
Where to find Access Now at IGF 2022
Access Now is participating in IGF 2022 from 28 November to 2 December. Here’s where to find us.
Empty promises? Declaration for Future of the Internet is nice on paper
The Declaration for the Future of the Internet makes a lot of big promises — Will States follow through on their commitments?
Access Now at the 2020 Internet Governance Forum: “Internet for human resilience and solidarity”
Here’s where you find Access Now staff at the Internet Governance Forum 2020, which focuses on strategies for using the internet to increase human resilience and solidarity.
Access Now calls on Internet Society to halt the sale of .ORG
Internet Society (ISOC) intends to sell the control of the .ORG domain registry for an undisclosed amount to a for-profit private equity firm called Ethos Capital.
Access Now at the 2018 Internet Governance Forum
Here’s a guide to the public panels and events we’re organizing, co-organizing, or participating in during IGF 2018.
In Paris, protecting human rights through cyber peace
During Paris Digital Week, Access Now is headed to the Paris Peace Forum and the Internet Governance Forum. We will bring the message that cyber peace is about supporting user rights.
Access Now at the 2017 Internet Governance Forum
Here’s where we will be at IGF 2017 in Geneva, Switzerland on December 18-21.
Foreign affairs and local struggles: how diplomats can protect your digital rights
Diplomats have tools for influencing policy. Here’s how they can help us fight for a free, open, and secure internet.