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RIPE NCC Staff — 22 Apr, 2013 04:24 PM
RIPE Community Impressions of IGF 2014 by Chris Buckridge — last modified 17 Oct, 2016 08:53 AM

The ninth annual Internet Governance Forum (IGF) ran from 1-5 September in Istanbul, Turkey, attracting nearly 2,500 participants on-site and more than 1,000 online to participate in wide-ranging Internet governance discussions. As part of ongoing efforts to ensure a strong technical community voice in IGF discussions, the RIPE NCC funded the participation of several key community members from across the service region. This article brings together some of their impressions and feedback from the event.

WSIS+10: What Was All The Fuss About? by Chris Buckridge — last modified 16 May, 2019 12:00 PM

So the WSIS+10 (the United Nations General Assembly’s ten-year review of the World Summit on the Information Society) is done. A process that has been the source of much fretting in Internet governance circles over the past few years has delivered its outcome. And the result? Actually it’s pretty good.

EuroDIG 2017 Liveblog by Chris Buckridge — last modified 31 May, 2018 11:10 AM

The RIPE NCC is liveblogging the European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG) across 6-7 June. Check back for updates to this page!

IGF 2017 Liveblog by Chris Buckridge — last modified 22 Dec, 2017 12:39 PM

The 12th annual meeting of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) runs from 17 - 21 December 2017 in Geneva, and the RIPE NCC will be liveblogging key moments from the event. Check back on this page from Sunday afternoon for regular updates on the issues, arguments and ideas from RIPE NCC staff and RIPE community members.

Why the ITU Plenipotentiary Matters in 2018 by Chris Buckridge — last modified 22 Feb, 2019 09:11 AM

Within the RIPE community, it’s easy to take for granted that Internet policy will continue to be developed by the technical community for the benefit of all Internet users – but the open, inclusive, bottom-up model of Internet governance is one that needs to be explained and, at times, defended on the world stage. Read more about how we do that as a Sector Member of the ITU’s Standardization (T) and Development (D) Sectors, and our role as a liaison between the RIPE community and the ITU.

RIPE NCC Country Report: Saudi Arabia by Chris Buckridge — last modified 26 Apr, 2019 05:23 PM

The Internet may be a global network of networks, but for many stakeholders, understanding what is happening with the Internet in their own country is fundamental to helping them contribute to its development and continuous improvement.